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WBOS is changing its tune

On-air personalities cut as radio station switches formats

By Clea Simon
Globe Correspondent / February 5, 2008

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The question isn't why WBOS-FM (92.9) changed its format, but why now? The adult album alternative (a.k.a. "soft rock") station made its move this past Friday at 5 p.m., dropping its on-air announcers to go DJ-free in the style of "Mike" WMKK-FM (93.7). The station, which now calls itself Radio 92.9, expects to retain or rehire several staffers in part-time, ... (Full article: 703 words)

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