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Gone Country. Can Country Music Survive in New York City?

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Welcome newly born country station to the airwaves of New York! Long overdue! :)
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(1/22/2013 3:03:32 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
I was an owner and GM of XL Country (an outstanding Country Staton) on 103.7FM (located in the Northern NJ part of the NY Metro)as part of Group M Communications Inc. from 1979-1980 before flipping to "POWER 103". It was good for business at that time, but I'm glad to have another country station to listen to now. Thanks Cumulus.
- Marvin Strauzer
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@rjstruble 1 Jul 09 slept well but got off the redeye with lingering ambien effects. dont remember the drive home much. auditioning for the kennedy clan...

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(1/22/2013 1:20:49 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Will they find a way to move the transmitter to Manhattan from West Orange? If not, they'll be stuck with a secondary signal in most of the market.
- Doc Searls

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