WOLF 105.1 FM , has moved down the dial to become WOLF 92.1 FM, the former signal of WSEN-FM. The country station first started broadcasting from the new position April 4 and informed listeners of the change on new website, 921fmthewolf.com.
The station said the music programming would stay the same, and all its on-air personalities, including local DJ Skip Clark and syndicated morning show Big D & Bubba, would remain on air.
|WOLF 92.1 FM (25 Kw) Red=Local Coverage Area|
|WCIS 1051. FM (41 Kw) Red=Local Coverage Area|
|W252AC 983. FM (250 watts)|
Galaxy Communications incorporated staff and sound from the former WSEN last month to form a "superstation" on WZUN Sunny 102.1 FM. WSEN's golden oldies and classic rock 'n' roll format will now will be mixed in with the "classic hits" of Sunny, well-known in the Syracuse area for switching to Christmas music every year as a sponsor for Lights on the Lake during the holiday season.
"It's a very unique situation," Galaxy CEO Ed Levine said. "We've expanded our playlists to incorporate a tremendously wide variety of music. Plus, we preserved several jobs for some of Syracuse's best known radio personalities."