I'm surprised that they went with oldies also. ESPN Radio would have filled a better niche for those who can't hear 1450 WMOH. I do think that either 1480 or 1320 will go Spanish eventually.
> Oldies could not make it on a monster AM signal with the
> resources of the biggest radio chain behind it. How can it
> make it on a lower-power signal with a much smaller company
> backing it?
> I don't see this lasting for long.
> People who fail to study history are doomed to repeat it.
> Music on AM just doesn't work anymore. Maybe radio geeks
> like us will listen, but "Mr. and Mrs. Typical 55-year-old
> Radio Listener" have long since moved on to FM to get their
> music fixes. And the ad agencies just don't spend a lot of
> money on older-skewing formats these days.
Edited by microbob on 02/11/06 08:32 PM.