Clear Channel West Michigan is shaking up its programming in the area by moving stations around the radio dial.
WMUS "The Moose," the Muskegon-based country station, is switching from 106.9 FM to 107.9 FM. From next week to early January, the station's signal will be heard on both frequencies.
According to a story at wzzm13.com, the adult contemporary music formerly heard on Muskegon's Star 108 (WSHZ) will now be heard on Star 105.7 WSRW in Grand Rapids.
1300 WOOD-AM will be simulcast on 106.9 FM. WOOD's morning hosts Gary Allen and Steve Kelly have signed new contracts to continue their show for the next two years, according to Tim Feagan, market manager for Clear Channel West Michigan.
"There were a lot of areas in West Michigan that couldn't hear news-talk, weather, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Dave Ramsey and the lineup that we put together," says Feagan. "This will let us have a larger platform of distribution for news on the radio throughout West Michigan.
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