|Brother Wease welcomes Kimberly and Beck To 95.1 FM|
The addition to WQBW 95.1 FM is all part of the rebranding set in motion at noon Thursday by CCM+E. The format remains Classic Rock.
Kimberly and Beck were fired from WBZA 98.9 FM The Buzz after comments about the transgender community. The hosts' comments were in response to the city's recent decision to offer transgender health benefits to employees.
|WQBW 951.FM (50Kw) 54dBu Coverage|
WODX 107.3 FM dropped Oldies for country.
107.3 The Bull, Rochester’s New Hit Country, is now offering listeners a new choice for Country music. Launching commercial free with 10,000 songs in a row, the station is designed for the new generation of Country music fans and gives listeners a front-row seat to Country’s biggest artists and concerts, featuring core artists like Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean.
The Bull will bring a rimshot 650-watt competitor to the shootout with Entercom's Country WBEE 92.5 FM The Bee (50Kw).
|WODX 107.3 FM (650 Watts) 60dBu Coverage|
And in a third move announced today... Raphael “Raph,” joins CCM+E's WKGS 106.7 FM KISS to host weekday afternoons from 4-7 p.m. Raph had spent the past seven years on WPXY.
Tom's Take: CCM+E creates another country outlet to give Bobby Bones another market.