New Post Radio Station?

Part of the Radio Shakeup that happened at noon today, killing off Z104 and replacing it with WGMS, moves WTOP to 103.5, WGMS’ old radio dial home, and frees up 107.7 on the FM dial for the Washington Post?!

Okay. Slowly.

Z104 (104.1) is gone. Replaced by WGMS at 104.1.
WGMS (103.5) is now WTOP.
WTOP (107.7) will become Washington Post Radio.

While negotiations are ongoing for the broadcast rights for next season of the Nationals games, it’s looking like Bonneville Broadcasting (the parent company of all of these stations) will get the rights and spread the games between the new Washington Post Radio and WFED 1050AM.

This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs

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