I don't know who is doing the morning show for CBS's top-40 WXRK-92.3 ("Now") in New York, but I wouldn't be completely surprised if 103.3 (whatever call letters it gets) simulcasts it.
That could save a lot of money.
On the other hand, how about a "Maximum Hitz" morning show with reduced commercials and little (if any) talk/news/weather/traffic??
Current 92~3 Now New York lineup consists of:Mornings: Lil Cee & Sarah Lee
*see new message below*
Afternoons: Micki Gamez
Late Nights: DJ Toro or other jocks/weekenders
I don't think they'll simulcast - if Nick Cannon was still there...maybe. The current morning show is just trying to find their sea legs for "Now" (pun intended
). In fact, newly installed PD Rick Gillette has had to practically make over the entire staff - the original weekday lineup that started on 92~3 Now in March 2009 is all gone.
The Maximum Hits/Hitz idea is a fair one. I don't know how much "talk-time" Carson Daly gets on his Amp Radio L.A. morning show, but it's likely not as much as the KIIS-FM Ryan Seacrest show.
*Well, the morning show landscape has changed at 92~3 Now NYC as Ty Bentli (last of KBIG L.A.) joins for mornings starting Thu. 7/5/12 - AllAccess.com piece here
CBS hasn't made a habit of syndicating its CHR-based morning shows, though...at least, not yet.
Even in other formats, I can't think of many syndicated CBS morning shows - although that will change with the upcoming CBS Sports Radio Network, for example.