Obviously there won't be any jocks. Clear Channel will likely put Premium Choice on those signals. But here's my question. Not much is going to happen if the X stays on the two translators. Could Clear Channel be testing the water to see if there is enough interest in new rock to put that format on one of its stronger Triangle signals?
CC did this same thing in Cleveland with 99x a month or so ago. No DJs, PC playlist, and a translator signal. It's purpose in CLE is to 1) bring in some extra value to the cluster, as rocker WMMS has gone more talk than ever and is losing the listeners who want more music and 2) Bring alt-rock back to the area, as the previous alternative station was pretty popular, yet was blown up for sports about nine months before. Are there any stations in CC's Raleigh cluster that this could possibly complement, like 99x does for WMMS?