I STILL can't help but wonder if Clear Channel is going to put the Jammin' format on 101.7 (good urban signal) and use the powerful 94.5 as their FM talk outlet.
Seems music is being de-emphasized in many cases these days and talk/sports/news is the real moneymaker and is less subject to impact from streaming music services (which are often more attuned to their target audiences than terrestrial music radio these days).
They have enough talk station's on strong Class B station's they have 93.7, 96.9, and 98.5. Jam'n is staying right where it is to be honest with you Jam'n 94.5 is one of the top 5 radio station's and my favorite in Boston Jam'n is Rhythmic CHR not urban and I don't listen to Talk radio at all and I really only listen to music on the radio and If Jam'n went on 101.7 then I can't here it in New Hampshire. You could listen to Talk 1200 over the Worldwide web or on the WXKS HD2 signal. I would just rather the 101.7 signal to be anything rather than Jam'n 94.5, Kiss 108, Talk 1200 or Classic Hits because Boston already has two Classic Hits stations. If 101.7 could be any format I would like it to be a format such as Urban AC, Mainstream Urban, Smooth Jazz, Hot AC which would compete with strong signal Mix 104.1, Country which would compete with strong signal Country 102.5 or just any type of music format except for Rhythmic CHR, or Top 40.