RE: My 92.1

The lady and I were driving around today. We had both just heard about the latest incarnation of 92.1 FM, My 92.1, and were naturally curious.

We decided to check it out. What was the first thing we heard?

John Tesh, bringing us some news we could use about how men with stubble are more attractive to women who are looking to get married. (I’m in luck, I guess?)

Now, this might be going into some hater territory,but if afternoon John Tesh instead of early evening John Tesh is the crux of the Lite92/My 92.1 conversion, then I’m going to have to call Silly Semantics on this one.

Author: James Brotheridge

Contributing Editor with Prairie Dog.

6 thoughts on “RE: My 92.1”

  1. Someone fund a week-long James Brotheridge My 92.1 only experiment. I would be all sorts of excited to see how that would play out.

  2. I don’t get it! I’ve never seen a radio station re-launch in such a low-key manner. I wouldn’t have even known it was happening if someone from Harvard hadn’t re-tweeted something from one of the DJs about it the night before. Don’t stations usually try to create buzz about such things in the community of non-listeners? Otherwise, what’s the point?

  3. OK, so I saw them at the Ex promoting themselves and have seen the billboards all over town….. and it looks like they are trying to out-Z99 Z99. I thought CRTC had rules that said you had to corner a different market than other stations in the same area? Oh boy, another radio station that plays the same fucking shit.
    Well, at least we have CJTR.

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