Look at the history of FM rock in NYC.
No, NYC will not go without a rock station that plays currents
for too long.
There was a period of about a month in 1982 after PLJ switched, when WNEW was the only station in NYC playing rock n roll. The Apple 103.5 came and went, then
K-Rock came soon after that.
When K-Rock goes, the other stations will go clamoring for those "anemic" shares
that WXRK had.In the NyC area,that's a Lot of cume.
The smart thing to do is move NYC's newest commercial rock station to a familiar
frequency, and do it fast!
> > You also should not conclude that David Eduardo is against
> > you or against rock music. I wouldn't be surprised if the
> > man had at one point programmed or consulted several Rock
> > stations throughout Latin American.
> Thank you for that observation. I indeed have done some rock
> stations, going back to the first album rock station in
> Latin America in the late 60's to classic rock Mega 98.3,
> which has been #1 in Buenos Aires since it went on the air
> nearly 6 years ago. There are quite a few others, with rock
> in either Spanish or English, in between those two.
> > I always appreciate his
> > input, b/c he tries to set his own personal feelings
> > and instead focuses on personal experiences, and on
> > reliable/quoted ratings and trends sources.
> Obviously, each of us "flavors" our posts based on
> experience and opinion. I'm glad you see my posts to be
> informative... like most here, I love radio.