Nash Icon?

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So, it looks like Nash Icon has come to the east end:

Joule Broadcasting’s 104.7 WELJ Montauk, NY/New London, CT has dropped its simulcast of Cumulus Country “Nash-FM 94.7” WNSH New York to shift to Cumulus’ “Nash Icon” brand.

It’s my understanding that stations that are part of “Nash Icon” are more classic country, and the ones that are just plain “Nash” are contemporary country.  I’m no fan of country, so I probably couldn’t tell the difference between either one.  Makes me wonder how My Country 96.1 (WJVC) is doing.  104.7 barely makes it out of the east end (hence, their target of New London CT), while 96.1 has the ability to push their signal further west.

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Author: Chuck

I started out as a child, then things kind of grew from there.  I spend way too much time around computers and radios, but I do like to take a break once in a while.  I'm not a real doctor, but I played one on the radio in college. A bit later on, I wrote an article that was published in COMPUTE!'s Gazette (Commodore 64/128 magazine). I also think digital watches are a pretty neat idea.

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