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Myrtle Beach gains Modern rock

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Myrtle Beach gains Modern rock

Post by WZRC 1067 » Sat Jul 06, 2019 5:32 pm ... s-to-rock/

Sucks it's on 93.7, which is unlistenable in The Northern Part of The City. 93.9 and 93.7 were a simulcast for a number of years, when they shared a common owner. The Shark name was used on 107.1 in the late 90s, as modern rock, classic rock, and later classic hits. It's now rock 107.

Cumulus, Please give Toledo a station like 96 Rock in Cincinnati or like X93.9 in Indianapolis. Pretty please!

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