In September 2006, Bonneville International began simulcasting News/Talk KTAR 620 AM on their newly acquired 92.3 FM. The YouTube video linked below is a news story about this change. The station formerly on 92.3 FM, Power 92.3, moved to 98.3 FM. See //formatchange.com/power-92-kkfr-becomes-ktar-fm/ for more details.
In May 2006, 92.5 FM in Seattle flipped to Rhythmic AC as “MOViN 92.5” (KQMV) and enjoyed instant ratings success. As is often the case in radio, numerous stations around the country jumped on the bandwagon, attempting to duplicate KQMV’s achievement. One of those stations was Standards-formatted KRZS, which was targeting Phoenix from about 85 miles to the North. Eight years ago today, it became “MOViN 97.5”. The call letters eventually became KMVA. You can hear the actual format change/debut at our sister site, Formatchange.com. The audio linked below represents a montage of the 2 hours or so that followed.
From Memorial Day Weekend seven years ago, this is a sample of “The Legends of Dance Weekend” on New York’s WNEW, during its days as a Rhythmic AC. Features “The Best of the 90’s” and “Best of Freestyle”.