Jr fm dating

02-Nov-2019 20:22 by 9 Comments

Jr fm dating

With a technical team of consisting of only, Rene Villanueva Jr., the work continued.With Chief being the only investor in LOVE FM, there were much financial difficulties but the sacrifices were made and with hard work and perseverance, LOVE FM had transmitters in every district and town within three years of its inception.

and his family to give up the lower flat of their residence at #33 Freetown Road in the old capital, LOVE FM was housed in the old wooden structure and it was inside that building that the station conducted its first transmission tests a few days after being granted its license on December 9, ‘92 by the Belize Broadcasting Authority.

Intended to be a simulcasting sister to WNJR (1430 AM, now WNSW), the FM station never made it to the air despite being granted several extensions of its construction permit.

WNJR gave up and turned in the FM license to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in 1953.

WNEW-FM is best remembered for one of its previous incarnations, a progressive rock radio format that began in 1967 and lasted into the 1990s.

That station became very influential in the development of rock music during the 1970s and 1980s.

More so applause to those born overseas like Somi who proudly chose to keep her Korean name, unless your true name is Western to begin with like Ailee & John Park then that's ok.

No offense but some people just bloody try so hard to be Western/Caucasian both in looks, personality & skin color.Between June 3, 2005, and July 12, 2007, the station aired the automated adult hits format "Jack FM".The new programming was unsuccessful, and WCBS-FM switched back to a personality-driven classic hits format.The original transmitter site was atop the building at 500 Fifth Avenue.for Atlantic Broadcasting Company, the former owner of CBS's AM station (no relation to the present-day WABC).The station shared the WNEW call letters between 19 with former sister AM station WNEW (1130 k Hz) and television station WNEW-TV (channel 5), with all being owned by Metromedia.