3. I saw the original post on the other board and it did at least refer to radio-info... so there's that.
It got edited out, just like everything else on that board.
ESPN getting the 94.7 frequency would be about the biggest yawner of a move I could imagine, but I also think that's its most likely fate.
However a more interesting scenario would be for Townsquare to buy it and extend NJ101.5's coverage into North Jersey as mentioned above. You know, according to this report
, if separated from the New York and Philadelphia markets, New Jersey alone would constitute the fourth largest market in America. There's just got to be some great untapped advertiser potential for a mainstream station super-serving that side of the Hudson where there's none now.