I agree something needs to be done with Gen-X, but... country? A 3rd current country station in Tulsa?
Actually, it would be a fourth country station in Tulsa, though one of them focuses on classic country.
Why not move "Chrome-FM" to 106.1 as a Classic Hits format, if it's doing well on 93.5?
Too hard to sell. That was the reason for moving it off of 106.1. It may get listeners, but it's a group advertisers don't want. I can't see that format coming back.
(I still say there's an opening in Tulsa for a "Soft" or a "Lite" or an "EZ," but I don't know if such a format could be programmed to pull a young enough demo for advertisers...)
I'd have to think Tulsa could support another AC. However, I also have to agree with those who say AC is a format in crisis right now. Today's AC sounds nothing like the "Soft Rock" from even a few years ago. So, I think Tulsa could support another AC, but it would probably sound more like "K-Hits Lite" than the old KBEZ!
By the way, the Twister1061.com website now is redirecting everything to South 106's site while it originally just redirected the front page there. If you looked at other individual pages, you'd see Gen X. Now, you still see South 106. I don't know if it's a case of them changing the redirect pages since they were found out, a change in plans, or an error in the beginning.