Indiana RadioWatch: August 17, 2017
Federated Media's N-T WOWO (1190am, Fort Wayne) also heard on translator W298BJ (107.5fm, Fort Wayne) adds Inside Indiana Business updates twice a day, along with "Fort Wayne's Morning News" host Charly Butcher interviewing Inside Indiana Business creator Gerry Dick each Monday morning.
Where Are They Now? Former then-Rhythmic CHR/then-WNHT (96.3fm, Churubusco) PD/morning co-host Aaron Seller ("Goose") joins KYGO in Denver, Colorado as part of their morning show.
After over four years in mornings, Talking Stick Communications' Country/WAWC (103.5fm, Syracuse) morning co-host Teri Armstrong will exit tomorrow. If waking up the Warsaw and Kosciusko County interests you, please check out our Employment Opportunities section below.
Where Are They Now? Former WNDV night jock Artimis joins WLMI-FM in Lansing, Michigan.
Earlier this year, Mid-America Radio Group made plans to move their W231BT (94.1fm, Martinsville) up to Logansport. On August 9, they signed the new translator on the air. Meet 250 watt W235CU (94.9fm, Logansport), which simulcasts Standards/WSAL (1230am, Logansport).
Catholic radio programming has a new spot on the radio dial in the Muncie and Anderson areas. Inter Mirifica, Inc. adds their "Catholic Radio Indy" programming to the HD4 channel of Woof Boom Radio's Hot AC/WLBC-FM (104.1fm, Muncie), along with FM translator W252CY (98.3fm, Anderson). Inter Mirifica operates both WSPM (89.1fm, Cloverdale) and WSQM (90.9fm, Noblesville). The FM translator previously had WLBC-HD2, an Anderson targeted simulcast of "MAX" (Classic Rock/WMXQ 93.5fm, Hartford City).
Theodore Turner ("Big Bink") becomes the OM for the Radio One/Indianapolis cluster. Mr. Turner last worked as the OM for Radio One's cluster in Columbus, Ohio. The Radio One/Indianapolis portfolio includes Urban Contemporary/WHHH (96.3fm, Indianapolis), CHR/WNOW-FM (100.9fm, Speedway) and Classic Hip Hop/WNOW-FM-HD2 (100.9fm, Speedway) also heard on translator W275BD (102.9fm, Greenfield), Gospel/WTLC (1310am, Indianapolis) and Urban AC/WTLC-FM (106.7fm, Greenwood).
After testing their signal back in May, Terre Haute Seventh-Day Adventist Church's Religious/WYLJ (107.5fm, Terre Haute) signs on last Sunday (08/13). The WYLJ tower is just off US-41, near where US-41 and IN-63 split. The tower also received a new feedline and antenna rebuild. In early October 2001, the FCC silenced 107.5fm along with the other Contemporary Media/Terre Haute frequencies.
DLC Media's Soft AC/WFNB (92.7fm, Brazil) adds Inside Indiana Business reports each weekday morning.
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