> Maybe the FCC revoked the station license or something.
> Either that, or the station has gone dark while it's in the
> process of being sold to the new owners, Radio Seoul
> Georgia. A while back, WHEL was sold to such a group, with
> plans of changing the format to Korean.
It's still on the air with it's Vivia Format. Like I said, it's strong in Gwinnett and Forsyth Counties and completely covers 105.3 The Buzz in North Gwinnett. You need a good tuner (which most Alternative Rock fans don't invest in) to listen to the Buzz. I'm sure most hear Viva 105.1 cutting in on 105.3 and hit scan to 99.7 or 88.5. Again, CC is making a mistake. It should be 105.1/105.3 The Buzz to reach listeners in the fast growing northeast metro. You can't give up the northeast with an Alternative/Modern Rock format.