Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Our Return Date

Barring other issues popping up, OMW will return to regular publication on Monday, January 29th.

Thanks for bearing with us during our hiatus!

--The Management


74WIXYgrad said...


Just get some more rest, as there ain't much happening now. Except for Triv's announcement that radio is dying.

Oh yeah, it's snowing too.


Anonymous said...

Triv is still on the air? I've been so busy listening to podcasts on my iPod and to my XM radio, I haven't heard him in ages. Is he still #1 in ego, err, I mean Arbitron?

Gary P. said...

I've heard that WJER-FM is moving to North Canton. Is this true? If so, I didn't know anything about it.

Carter Stevens said...

I've heard that there's actually some new WKNR news coming, and that it involves Les Levine. Anyone have any other inside info?

Tim Lones said...


It'll be good to have you back, but the posts from "gary p" are getting very

~~NPHSQUAKER said...

We miss ya, Can't wait until you are back. Your service is well appreciated. Did you ever think of setting up a Paypal account for donations for your time and resources. That's an idea worth looking into.
Now get rested up, You are not the only service taking time off. I believe News Blues are too.
Enjoy being inside in the warmth as snow and more cold air are on the way!!.


Anonymous said...

That being said, I do worry about DCRTV's Dave Hughes. Rarely (if ever) does he take a day off from his blog. And it's the gold standard for media news/gossip on the web (aside of course from NERW and OMW).

BTW, NERW's Tower Site of the Week will focus on Akron area tower sites. It's obvious that WARF, WAKR, WHLO and WJMP should be profiled...

- Nathan Obral

Anonymous said...

WNWO's Don Edwards passed away.

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Anonymous said...

I second the motion on the Gary P. Comments.

Get a new schtick, KK. That ones played out.

Anonymous said...

Can't wait for some fresh NEW stuff!! I need my OMW fix...I hope the reat will bring some fast and furious blogs from you.