Wait, what? You have to take your stations offline to move your studio location? Really? I've heard of countless studio moves with little to no interruption in broadcast schedules. You couldn't have made a programming loop, burned it onto a CD, and fed the transmitter from a boombox? Instead, you just take your stations off the air with no explanation—not even a notice to listeners on the stations' websites—other than when the local weekly paper reaches out? "Oh, by the way..."
I wonder if the handful of advertisers/trade accounts were warned beforehand that they wouldn't be running any spots during this time, which brings up another issue—how long did the stations go without running any spots (i.e., billing)?
I'd remark about how completely unprofessional this whole situation is, but considering Pittman's poor track record already, it's unsurprising.
Oh, BTW, they seem to be back on the air as of today (albeit with sound issues.) Also, it was good to see 106.3 make its annual format change right on schedule. Should we start taking bets on what KYMK will be next year?