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(Posted: Jan. 23, 2003. Got a tip to share? Email us.)

"Floydian Slip"™ radio show expands listenership
Additional frequency stretches signal across Vermont

On Sunday, Jan. 26, the "Floydian Slip"™ radio show will begin airing in central and southern parts of Vermont on WCVR 102.1 FM.

That frequency, broadcast from Randolph, Vt., will be the second to carry the Classic Rock Champ signal. By supplementing the station's 101.3 frequency in Burlington, the simulcast means people from Plattsburgh, N.Y., to West Lebanon, N.H., will be able to hear the weekly Pink Floyd program.

Clear Channel Communications, corporate owner of Champ, will begin simulcasting the station's signal at 102.1 on Thursday, Jan. 23. The 25,000 watt Randolph station is currently a country music station.

Champ has been on the air at 101.3 since autumn 1995. "Floydian Slip"™ debuted on Champ on Oct. 25, 1995. Host Craig Bailey started the program at 106-VIC at Ithaca College in 1989, and aired it on the now-defunct WEXP-FM in Burlington from 1994-95.

(Posted: Jan. 23, 2003)

 

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