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101.9 WEMP / Format Changes / New York

Format Change: FM News Ends; New Rock Begins, 101.9 WEMP New York | July 17, 2012

Essentially picking up where the old WRXP “Rock Experience” format left off with a new and improved twist, Merlin’s 101.9 FM dropped it’s almost year-old FM News format at 10:05 AM. Our sister site, Radioinsight, as always, covered the event while the rest of the radio world looked on. You can read the rest of our coverage here.

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Click Here for Audio courtesy of The Format Change Archive

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  1. What a change! … specially made for people who are in the mid’s 30 to 40 years old that still likes Rock … kind of Classic Rock Radio Station I’ve heard in many places USA and Canada … hopefully will make success … greetings from Patagonia CHILE S.A.

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  2. It’s about time New York is thinking about the rock fans.
    This station is awesome. They play new alternative rock and hard rock actually.This is cool.

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  3. This needs to work! Yeah I am 50, but enough with staions that only play the rock classics. I want to be exposed to new rock & alternative music. Welcome back and I hope you are here to stay!

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  4. Yes THANK YOU !
    I knew that FM NEWS crap wasn’t gonna last long. I wanted to cry when RXP went off back in 2011 and it’s back THANK GOODNESS !!
    I love this station !!

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  5. It’s about time New York has a great rock station !
    Love this station !!
    The best damn rock station in New York !!
    I knew that shitty FM NEWS wasn’t gonna last long !!

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  6. We certainly need a station with some balls that’s not afraid to have a musical format that plays outside the box. LOVE IT!

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