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Old 09-10-2009, 06:08 AM
 
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FM Stations

94.7 KSHE St. Louis (Rock)
96.3 K-HITS St. Louis (Classic Rock)
103.3 KLOU St. Louis (Oldies)
107.5 WTAX Springfield, IL (News/Talk)
100.5 WYMG Springfield, IL (Classic Rock)

AM Stations:

970 WMAY Springfield (News/Talk)
720 WGN Chicago (News/Talk Cubs Radio)
1120 KMOX St. Louis (News/Talk)
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Old 09-10-2009, 07:58 AM
 
Location: Lansing Metro
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FM Stations:

1. 93.7 WBCT Grand Rapids, MI (country)
2. 96.1 WMAX Grand Rapids, MI (sports talk)
3. 97.9 WGRD Grand Rapids, MI (alt rock) - home of the Free Beer and Hot Wings show. Best morning show ever!!! (very politically incorrect at times)
4. 100.1 WBCH Hastings, MI (country)
5. 100.7 WITL Lansing, MI (country)
6. 107.3 WBBL Grand Rapids, MI (sports talk)

AM Stations:

1. 760 WJR Detroit, MI (news, talk)
2. 730 WDFN Lansing, MI (sports talk)
3. 780 WBBM Chicago, IL (news)
4. 1230 WTKG Grand Rapids, MI (talk radio)
5. 1240 WJIM Lansing, MI (talk radio)
6. 1300 WOOD Grand Rapids, MI (news, talk)

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Old 09-10-2009, 08:24 AM
 
Location: Lansing Metro
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Okay, gang, here are my presets.


FM1

88.5 KEOM - 70s-80s Pop
90.1 KERA - NPR
92.5 KZPS - Classic Rock, Texas Music (Lonestar 92.5)
94.9 KLTY - Contemporary Christian
96.3 KSCS - Country
96.7 KTYS - 60s Rock
I'm jealous that you can listen to Texas Music on the radio! I have to go online to find that stuff. Most people in Michigan have never heard of it.
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Old 09-11-2009, 08:20 AM
 
Location: Marion County, FL
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Stations in order of the presets on my car radio:

AM:
WCBS 880 -- news, weather, and NY Yankee games
ESPN 1050 -- sports talk radio (I only listen to the local origination programs, like Michael Kay and Brandon Tierney. The national feed tends to be boring, and some of their hosts are anti-Yankee/anti-Yankee fan)
WFAN 660 -- NYC sports talk radio (they have some Yankee-fan hosts, some neutral hosts, some Mets fan hosts who are respectful of Yankee fans -and then there's Steve Somers, who I want to throttle because he's too obnoxious -- besides, his voice makes me grind my teeth.
WBBR 1030 -- Bloomberg radio

FM:
95.5 WPLJ -- adult contemporary
101.1 WCBS -- oldies
104.3 WAXQ -- classic rock
101.9 WRXP -- classic rock
105.5 WDHA -- album-oriented rock
102.7 WWFS - soft rock
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Old 09-12-2009, 02:26 PM
 
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In my pickup around Dayton, OH:

92.9 "We play anything"
95.7 Classic rock
99.1 Country
99.9 Lite rock
104.7 Classic Rock
107.7 Mix

In my big truck, I run in the area bounded roughly by Columbus, OH, Cincinnati, OH, Louisville, KY, Indianapolis, and Toledo, OH.

I try to run where I can get Cincinnati's WGRR ('60s, 70's hits) at 103.5

In Louisville, I like WAKY 103.5 and Troy Roebuck's "Thought of the Day" on WSFR 107.7. Also like the new Cumulus classic rock station, but can't remember the call letters.

In Columbus, I like "The Brew" 105.7 (classic rock) and 93.3 a little softer pop.

When I do run Indy, I listen to whatever their lite rock station is (B-94?)

And, as long as there's no sports on, I listen to a LOT of 700 WLW AM out of Cincinnati. Especially like Mike McConnell (9 am-noon) Don't always agree with his political leanings, but find he has real common sense on most social issues. Scott Sloan cracks me up. I enjoy him, too. And I frequently agree with that ratings *****, Willy Cunningham, but he can be VERY irritating at times...
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Old 07-17-2011, 01:25 PM
 
Location: Coonrapids, MN
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FM1
1 - 87.7FM - Nokia FM Transmitter
2 - 88.5FM - KBEM Jazz 88 - Only Jazz station left in MPLS
3 - 91.1FM - KNOW NPR News - Good station, except during pledge drives
4 - 94.5FM - KSTP KS95 - Hot AC, plays 80s, 90s, 00s
5 - 96.3FM - KHTC 96.3now - Rhythmic Top-40, My Fav. Station
6 - 98.1FM - WWJO 98 Country - Country Music, from St. Cloud

FM2
1 - 99.5FM - KSJN NPR Classical - Only Classical station in MPLS
2 - 100.3FM - KTLK KTALK 100.3 - Has Coast2Coast AM/Darkness Radio at night
the rest is all Rush and Hannity, which I can't stand!
3 - 101.3FM - KDWB - Top-40/CHR, not as good as 96.3now
4 - 102.9FM - WLTE 102.9 Lite FM - AC, OK music, Christmas music Nov-Jan
5 - 106.1FM - KLCI Bob106 - Classic Country, best country station
6 - 107.1FM - KTMY MyTalk 107.1 - Talk

AM
1 - AM740 - WDGY True Oldies Channel - Oldies, 50s-70s
2 - AM770 - KUOM Radio K - UofM station, good eclectic station
3 - AM830 - WCCO NewsRadio830 - News/Talk
4 - AM1130 - KFAN AM 1130 The Fan - Sports
5 - AM1500 - KSTP ESPN Twin Cities - Used to be talk, Garage Logic is still on
6 - AM1570 - KYCR Business1570 - Financial Talk, can stand only five minutes at a time.

Out of all of these, I prolly listen to 96.3now and WCCO the most. That being said, I mostly usually only use the Radio for my phones FM Transmitter to listen to MP3s. Most of the time, I use the CD player anyway, very rarely do I listen to "Real" radio anymore
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