> The Oldies format is going the way of it's listeners to the
> great beyond. But does anyone think that some sort of Oldies
> format will survive if even in some sort of weekly show type
> format or something? It seems to me that as the mainstream
> oldies format dies a slow death that it would create a
> natural audience for that type of weekly show, the oldies
> crowd although fewer still needs to get their fix someplace
> don't they?
> > > This isn't related to Seattle, just posting as an FYI.
> > Wow,
> > > I never would have thought WCBS FM in NYC would do this.
> > > What is going on with oldies, is it dying?
> > >
> > Oldies is Dying
> > WHat is left i BElieve KRTH in LA, WOGL in Philly, WOMC in
> > Detroit, WMJI in Cleveland, 3WS in Pittsburgh, WGRR In
> > Cincy, WRKA in Louisville, KJR-FM in Seattle , KLOU in St
> > Louis, WODB in COlumbus to Name a Few
I'm just waiting for the day that Entercom flips "Oldies 97.3" to country and tries to go after KMPS.
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