What are the black radio stations in St Louis?
St. Louis #1 station for R&B – WFUN-FM | 96.3 R&B for The Lou.
What’s the R&B station in St Louis Missouri?
Majic 104.9 – Today’s R&B and Throwbacks for St. Louis.
What radio station is Glenn Beck on in St Louis Missouri?
Glenn Beck Show on TALK 980am – Weekdays 9-11am.
What station is 95.5 St Louis?
KXBS (95.5 MHz) is a non-commercial, listener-supported FM radio station licensed to Bethalto, Illinois, and serving Greater St. Louis….KXBS.
|Frequency||95.5 MHz (HD Radio)|
|Format||Christian Rhythmic Contemporary|
|Subchannels||HD2: “95.5 Jams” (Rhythmic AC) HD3: “99.1 JoyFM!”|
What happened to 95.5 St Louis?
Urban One is trading the station’s intellectual property to Entercom while the 95.5 frequency will become the new home for Christian hip-hop and pop “Boost Radio.” Gateway Creative Broadcasting says it plans to begin programming “Boost Radio” on the frequency under a time brokerage agreement on Jan. 4, 2021.
What are the hip hop radio stations in St Louis?
- 102 Jamz.
- 104.3 JAMS.
- HOT 93.7.
- WPGC 95.5.
- 102 JAMS.
- 106.5 The Beat.
- Hot 103.7.
What happened to Majic 104.9 St Louis?
The brand was on 107.7 from 1979 to 1997, 104.9 from 1997-2012, moved to 100.3 until 2014 and then was resurrected on the 103.7 translator in May 2017. The station is running sweepers telling listeners the brand will be shifted to KMJM-FM’s HD2.
What happened to Magic 104.9 in St Louis?
Majic 104.9 returned to the airwaves in 2020 after initially being shuttered in 2014 and revived in 2017 on the 103.7 translator. But it never reestablished it’s popularity with Adult R&B listeners in St. Louis on 104.9 FM. Majic has been heard on 107.7 as “Majic 108” when it was brought to St.
What happened to 104.9 radio station St Louis MO?
What station is Steve Harvey on in St Louis?
The Steve Harvey Morning Show | WHUR 96.3 FM.
What happened to Alt 104.9 St Louis?
Louis. The brand was on 107.7 from 1979 to 1997, 104.9 from 1997-2012, moved to 100.3 until 2014 and then was resurrected on the 103.7 translator in May 2017. The now former Alternative format debuted in October 2016 to bring former “105.7 The Point” KPNT’s morning host Woody’s syndicated show back to the market.
What happened DJ Kut?
DJ Kut, a legend on the turntables and evening personality for the Urban One St. Louis station 95.5 FM The Lou, announced yesterday was his last day as their evening personality. Kut broke the news of his departure from the station, which has been his on-air home since 2011, via Facebook.