Synonyms for waor or Related words with waor
Examples of "waor"
The song is featured on WAORs EP "Get Ready For
" released October 1, 2016.
On April 1, 2014,
became an ESPN Radio affiliate, adding shows Mike & Mike, The Herd with Colin Cowherd, SVP & Russillo, Dan LeBatard, Sedano and Stink, and Freddie Coleman on weekdays, and various weekend programing on ESPN. A month later, Federated Media announced that
would be sold to St. Joseph Catholic Radio Group. On August 14, 2014,
changed their call letters to WRDI.
Before adopting the current format 95.3 FM had a classic rock format as
. Following the change in formats
moved, along with the classic rock format, up the dial to 95.7 FM. 95.3 first began broadcasting as WNIL-FM. The station also simulcasts Penn High School football from the Regional Radio Sports Network.
In the summer of 2012, WNIL, along with sister station
(now at 95.7 FM), switched once again to a sports format. Most programming came from Fox Sports Radio, except for the Jim Rome show from CBS Sports Radio. In April 2014 WNIL and
switched affiliations to ESPN Radio. A month later, on May 19, Federated Media announced the sale of WNIL to Marion R. Williams, who already owns WSMK (99.1 FM) in Buchanan; this followed the sale of
to St. Joseph Catholic Radio a week earlier. The deal was consummated on August 29, 2014, at a purchase price of $225,000.
In 2015 Bone Crusher reprises a version of the chorus from "Never Scared" for the song "All of Me" from
(also ft. Josh Mckay)
As of October 2010, with WYPW changing to Classic Rock as
, which was at 95.3, 99.1 has transitioned back to locally originating programming and brought back the "Smokin' 99.1" positioner. Per the station's web site they feature a CHR/Rhythmic format featuring such artists as Beyoncé, Usher, Jay-Z, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Eminem, Rihanna and Nicki Minaj.
(102.7 FM, "ESPN 102.7") is a sports talk formatted radio station serving listeners in northern Indiana and southwestern lower Michigan. It is owned by Federated Media, and operated with 2,000 watts. The station's transmitter is located in Ligonier, Indiana, and its studios are located in the Federated Media Mediaplex in downtown Elkhart, Indiana.
On April 1, 2014, WLEG became an ESPN Radio affiliate. This change added shows Mike & Mike, The Herd with Colin Cowherd, SVP & Russillo Dan LeBatard, Sedano and Stink, and Freddie Coleman on weekdays, and various weekend programing on ESPN. On August 14, 2014, WLEG changed their call letters to
On May 25, 2012, it was announced that Federated Media would change
from a classic rock format to an all-sports format. The change was effective June 4, 2012. Local sports coverage, including high school football and basketball and weekly talk show "The Coaches Box," airs through affiliation with the Regional Radio Sports Network.
"Zo kwamp Klaos dan met zien negotie bij een gezin
ak de name niet van numen wille. De vrouw begun der over: "Klaos, wat ek eheurd. Heb ie onlangs bij Griete eslaopen? Wat muk dor nou van denken?" Klaos had zien antwoord niet klaor. Wat mus hij daor nou op zeggen? Mar hij kreeg hulpe. Er ging een schip deur de Dedemsvaort en het mag dan wel toevallig wezen, mar opiens zei Klaos tegen de vrouwe: "Dreit oe ies umme en leest ies wat op det schip stiet". Het mense kreeg een kleur tot achter de oren, want zij lezen de woorden: "ZIET OP U ZELVEN"."
Elkhart lies in the South Bend-Elkhart television market, the 89th largest in the United States as of 2008. One television station, WSJV-TV (Heroes & Icons Network) is located in the city, along with a number of radio stations including WTRC,
, WCMR, WFRN-FM, and WVPE (NPR). Elkhart is also served by CBS affiliate WSBT-TV, based in Mishawaka, and six stations in South Bend: WNDU-TV (NBC), WNIT-TV (PBS), WHME-TV (LeSEA), WBND-LD (ABC), WCWW-LD (CW) and WMYS-LD (My Network TV).
WNIL began its broadcasting activities in 1956 under an unknown format but in 1964, it was notable when Tommy James & the Shondells recorded their hit "Hanky Panky" (it was a summer hit in 1966 and the studio was located at Sycamore and 5th Street). In the 1990s, it dropped its music format in favor of sports programming. In 1999, the sports format was dropped in favor of oldies, supplied from Jones Radio Networks' Good Time Oldies satellite feed. In June 1999, the FCC approved a license transfer from its original owner Niles Broadcasting to Pathfinder Communications (now Federated Media) along with sister station
(then at 95.3 FM, now WTRC-FM).
95.7 signed on as WLRX on December 16, 1991 (the calls for the construction permit granted in 1990 had been WXJG, but the station was never on the air with those calls). WLRX broadcast ABC Radio/SMN's StarStation adult contemporary format serving the Nappanee area under the name "Star 96," then segued to a Hot AC direction with local DJs as "Magic 95.7" and broadened its focus to include South Bend and Elkhart. It was during this time the station also changed hands from Indiana Star Broadcasting to Service Communications of South Bend. Service was purchased by Talking Stick which is now a part of the Federated Communications of Elkhart umbrella. At Midnight on February 4, 2005 the station adopted an Urban Contemporary format and took the call letters WYPW, which it held until May 10, 2010, when it took the
call sign and classic rock format previously heard on 95.3 FM. At that time, 95.3 was relaunched as WTRC-FM "Michiana's News Channel", a news/talk station that took "The Rush Limbaugh Show", "The Glenn Beck Program", and Fox News Radio from rival WSBT.
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