Monday, August 11, 2014

CCM+E Makes C-C-Changes In Miami, San Antonio

CCM+E Corporate programmers were busy Friday.

Besides rebranding Seattle's KJR-FM To 95.7 The Jet (Click Here), changes were also made in Miami and San Antonio.

WMIA 93.9 FM (98Kw) 60dBu Coverage
First of all, it's HotAC WMIA 93.9 FM was rebranded at My93-9 featuring "More music, Better Variety'" and a new line-up. PD Joey Brooks moves from PM to AM Drive, Nataliz Jimenez in midday and PM drive with Ramiro Torres, nationally syndicated Mario Lopez evenings, followed by "The Rendezvous with Simon & Kim.  Each to feature a healthy dose od pop culuture and entertainment updates, a staple of today's voice tracked 'personalities'.

Market President Lonny Anger issued the typical "listeners have spoken" statement, "South Florida radio listeners shared with us what they were looking for in the quintessential radio station. After extensive research, including music library selections, promotions and talent, we are excited to debut the new MY 93.9. The MY 93.9 brand is perfect for our female listeners in Miami and Ft. Lauderdale -- it's really their station now.”

K227BH 93.3 FM (250 watts) 60dBu Coverage
Also in San Antonio, CCM+E San Antonio launched RhythmicAC Hot 104.5, "Today's Rhythm and All the Best Throwbacks."  Result:  heritage Classic Rock KZEP, which has relocated to a smokin' 250 watt blowtorch translator K227BH at 93.3 FM, which had been simulcasting Country 92.5 KBUC.

104.5 FM (100Kw) 60dBu Coverage
Hot 104-5 is kicking-off with 10,000 songs in a row, commercial-free, featuring artists like Drake, Iggy Azalea, 2Pac, Aaliyah, Notorious B.I.G., Dr. Dre, Eminem and more.

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"We're excited to introduce Hot 104.5 to our San Antonio listeners and provide them with another great music option on the radio," said Market President Marlene Trevino. A PD and personalities are promised.

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