We got a press release late last week for a new digital station that I’m thoroughly enjoying: Pulse Radio. It’s a LGBTQ oriented HD2 channel extending KMVQ-FM of San Francisco, home to the Bay Area deejay duo Fernando and Greg and afternoon host St. John. Lots of Ke$ha, Marina and the Diamonds, Martin Solveig and similar […]
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I am reviewing the furious responses of our readers to Eric Klein’s story on the format change at KPOJ in Portland. Only ten days ago it was Progressive Talk Radio. Now it is a sports channel. “You’ve got to be kidding me!” one comment exclaims. “Put talk radio back on KPOJ immediately! We have enough sports […]
More good news for fans of the dumped duo, Fernando and Greg, formerly of KNGY 92.7. They’ve got a new slot on Bay Area radio station, 99.7 KMVQ-FM, a CBS outlet. The press release we received from CBS Radio yuks it up about the news. “First, Levi Johnston agrees to pose nude and now […]
Good news for distressed Energy 92.7 FM fans in the San Francisco Bay Area. Fernando and Greg, the popular duo who regaled drive time listeners on that now defunct station have returned, this time on the Stitcher mobile phone radio service.
A footnote to the controversy over the loss of KNGY-FM, “Energy 92.7,” San Francisco’s Gay oriented dance music station. It appears that had the frequency’s new management wanted to, it could have retained the old format’s staff, or at least retained the services of Energy’s popular morning show duo: Fernando and Greg. Radio Survivor has […]
As Jennifer Waits has reported, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors is poised to pass a resolution calling on KREV station owner Ed Stolz to “reconsider his choice to abandon the successful format of Energy 92.7 and rehire the talented staff that provided a radio format that was adored and appreciated by so many fans […]
What will it take to make sure popular radio stations like Energy 92.7 in San Francisco aren’t bought and sold as if the audiences for them don’t matter? Maybe it would help if the station’s owners were required to tell the public about their plans.