Memphians might remember “Froggy 94” back in the 90s before the station switched to Top 40 and Oldies in the early 2000s. It played country music and competed with the familiar KIX 106.
As of Friday, September 26th, 2014 the FM frequency will once again play country music. I walked into the Entercom studios just before producing the MUS football game to hear the station switched formats.
If you tune to the radio (or live stream) right now, then you’ll notice that the former oldies format (94.1 KQK) is now “The Wolf.”
What’s even more interesting is there are no DJs and little commercials! It’s strange to say the least, but not totally unexpected given recent trends.
I will give more details about the format change along with my impressions on my upcoming podcast this Wednesday.