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Country WNSH Newark-New York to flip

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Re: Country WNSH Newark-New York to flip

Post by ChrisWL1980 » Fri Oct 22, 2021 3:09 pm

"94.7 The Block." Rhythmic Throwbacks.

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Re: Country WNSH Newark-New York to flip

Post by TeddyBear » Sat Oct 23, 2021 5:25 am

What????? No hicks in New York? Shocked! Next thing you know, rice will be white in Chinese restaurants!

Why Cume You Less took 8 or 9 years to figure this out... will never know! Plus the signal is crappy, with all the buildings.

Sell/kill off Nash branding and get it over with. Funeral's are usually done within a week.

Something to think about- Just because I point out that you cannot do your job properly and appropriately, does not mean that anyone is calling you a bad person. However, you tell the world that you are a bad person by denying that you cannot do your job.

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Re: Country WNSH Newark-New York to flip

Post by MWmetalhead » Sat Dec 11, 2021 5:27 pm

Cumulus sold the station to Audacy about two years ago. The station actually performed better when Cumulus owned it, especially revenue wise. Peak billing year was about $6.5 million to $7 million when Cumulus owned it. Last year, it billed about $2 million. Even in 2019, pre-pandemic, billing was only about $3.5 million to $4.0 million, which is terrible for an FM in the NYC market.

The station always earned very good ratings in the New Jersey suburban and outlying counties where the signal was strongest, usually grabbing a 4 share or 5 share in those areas.

The former WPLJ and Nash 94.7 made a compelling buy for advertisers looking to reach New Jersey listeners; both stations always performed well there.

HD Radio = Highly Defective Radio

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