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Old 04-05-2009, 11:26 PM
Location: San Antonio, TX
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Originally Posted by SAguy View Post
Just an fyi, 94-1 KTFM has tanked according to the latest ratings. KTFM made a huge mistake flipping from Rhythmic AC to Hot AC.

Also, there's some talk about Power 106-7 possibly heading in another direction.
Oh wow... I didn't think the new music was half bad after the format switch on KTFM. It sometimes is a little to slow for my tastes, but they do play some good songs that I haven't heard in a while.

Interesting note, also about Power. Keep us updated if you hear anything.
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Old 11-21-2009, 01:44 AM
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Default Re: Electro Rythmns

Originally Posted by heimerswt View Post
Even though I am no longer a fan of trance music (I'm more into electro and indie electronica now), I would fully support a station like this in San Antonio! We have NEVER had a station that was fully devoted to dance/electronic music. The closest thing was an hour or two on KSYM a long time ago. And I think it was at 2am on a Friday.
You are referring to Electro Rhythms which aired right after House Nation. House Nation would air from 8pm on Saturday until 11pm followed by Electro Rhythms ahhh 1996. KSYM back in 1992 to 1993 was the only urban contemporary music show while Houston Texas had 979 the Box and 102 Jamz San Antonio only had KSYM for a couple of hours on Saturday night. Played Cypress Hill, The Almighty R.S.O, Brand Nubian, Janet Jackson, and House of Pain to name a few. During those years until the Mix show became a staple on KSJL, KTFM never really touched rap only Mainstream Dance and Freestyle music they NEVER played Vanilla Ice, or the 2 Live Crew. KSAQ did and it did come close to playing some electronica with 12" mix versions simular to 6400 music on Houston's 93Q. I would kill for a KSAQ aircheck circa 1990 unscoped of course. I would trade a copy of said aircheck for a copy of a 1996 KSYM House Nation tape!

Have you ever listened to Hypersonic Radio www.hypersonicradio.com on 101X?
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Old 11-22-2009, 03:38 AM
Location: SA
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Used to only listen to my Sirius, but now that it is talk on 106.7 I do listen on short drives. I really do not like Clear Channel since they blindsided Howard Stern and Bubba the Love Sponge.
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