Indiana RadioWatch: April 27, 2002
A reader is looking for contact information for Matt Bruce, former PD of then-Modern AC/WYSR (94.1fm, Roanoke). IRW thought he worked at WRKR in Kalamazoo, Michigan, but he's not there. If you know, drop us an e-mail.
Salem Radio Network's Mike Gallagher visited South Bend this week. According to Alesia Redding's article in The South Bend Tribune, he broadcast his radio show on Tuesday and Wednesday from the studios of local affiliate
News-Talk/WSBT (960am, South Bend).
This TV note: Nine year veteran ND Ellen Crooke exits NBC affiliate WNDU (Channel 16, South Bend) for similar duties at WGRZ-TV in Buffalo, New York.
Pending final FCC approval, Hoosier Broadcasting Corporation will soon launch Indianapolis' first full-time classical station, since WSYW-FM (107.1fm, Danville) left the air in 1998. According to Marc Allan's article in The
Indianapolis Star, the 49,000 watt station will hit the air when the FCC grants the CP, after a 30-day public comment period.
An agreement has been reached between the Indiana Community Radio Corporation and Florida-based Pensacola Christian College over an application for the 90.1fm/Wadesville allocation. The settlement dismisses the PCC application for
90.1fm in nearby Farmersville. The new station be a sister station to WJCF (88.1fm, Morristown).
If you think doing Oldies radio is uncool, unfun, and unthinkable you haven't listened to the right Oldies station! Gold 104.5 / Indianapolis is consistently one of the highest rated Oldies stations in America and we are looking for
great weekend/fill-in talent. If you are up-tempo, do great content, can sell a liner so it doesn't sound like a liner and be a party on the radio, we want to hear you work. Send your CD or cassette and resume to Don Riley, WGLD,
6810 N. Shadeland Av, Indianapolis, IN 46220.
That's it for this issue. See you in a week!
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