What radio station plays nickelback in ny?
There is no radio Disney airing in Vermont currently. However if you live close enough you may be able to get these signals from neighboring states. Albany NY: 1460 Poughkeepsie NY: 1390 Middletown NY: 1340 New York NY: 1560 Boston MA: 1260 *Hartford CT: 1550 *Hartford Connecticut is most likely too far for signal. Hope I helped!
There is no current over-the-air station airing Radio Disney programming in Rochester, NY...and there have been no plans announced to bring it to Rochester in the immediate future. The closest Radio Disney signal is WOLF (1490 AM) in Syracuse, and its 1000 watt signal is not strong enough to reach Rochester. UPDATE: WOLF (1490 AM) is now off the air. BTW As of this year, Radio Disney will go exclusively digital. That means it will…
Salaries at radio stations will depend on the market they serve. A small religious station in west Texas probably doesn't pay anywhere near as much as a popular music station in New York, NY. Student announcers on stations only heard on a college campus, for example, are unpaid volunteers, not paid employees.
AM 910 WFDF. Unfortunately, It was bought and sold to Salem Media Group. And it is now The World Network. Radio Disney has also left Manhattan NY, Pittsburgh PA, Atlanta GA, Cleveland OH, and other Radio Disney Stations on 50 states except in LA. As of 2014, It was announced that they are selling all stations but the one in Los Angeles CA.
Radio ratings come from a service called Arbitron which has been ranking radio stations for years. The specific methods they have used have changed over the years, but it basically involves conducting radio surveys among different types of people in various regions of a listening area, and then using the results of the surveys to determine what percentage of the population is listening to a specific station, and at what times. As a very simplistic…
Yes, station is a common noun, a general word for any station of any kind. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing. A proper noun for station is the name of a station, such as Huntington Station, NY. The word 'station' is also a verb: station, stations, stationing, stationed.