> Read on the Chicago board that 94.7 "the zone" has flipped
> to "true oldies". Music from mid 50s thru early 70s. I think
> it is great that a major market station such as 94.7 still
> thinks there is an audience for oldies.(oldies is not dead).
> Heck they could take the WLS calls and use their old
> Why not try a "true oldies" format in Milwaukee? Does this
> market really need 3 classic rock stations? Just a matter of
> time before one of them has a major ratings landslide.(
> latest trends has KLH and "the hog" up a bit and " the brew"
> down a little).
> Yes I feel there would be an audience for an oldies station
> in milwaukee and lets face it WRIT is NOT an oldies
> station....more of a late 60s-70s AC/disco type format.
I've been listening to WZZN constantly since they flip. Its really good. It sounds a lot like how WZTR/WRIT sounded back in the 1999-2000 era. I think Milwaukee could use an oldies station like this, but its unlikely. Your best bet for regular oldies in Milwaukee area is either WOLX if you're out in Waukesha or Washington (Maybe Walworth) counties or WLIP. On a high end radio such as a car radio or a home stereo you can get WZZN in Racine and Kenosha counties. WIIL bleeds over on weaker radios because its so close by. I get WZZN loud and clear in my car and on my stereo here in the bedroom.