Talk:FM 94.5

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  • I'm not sure which of these I've got wrong. Wikipedia implies that WAPI came along with Beautiful 94, but I think I had other sources to pin the switch at the start of I-95. I haven't re-checked those sources, but I don't want to lose this version of events until the matter is settled. --Dystopos 23:02, 5 January 2007 (PST)
  • I haven't had time to research this but I am almost certain that the call sign changed to WAPI when it changed to 95 Rock. Even without the research, this timeline is still messed up, you have 1981 end date for the first and second entries, so which is it? I changed it once and it got reverted on me, so I won't touch it again but that part at least doesn't look right. I would at least change the first entry to an end date of 1978 since you know that's when it started being called Beautiful 94. --Wheresdib 07:58, 8 January 2007 (PST)
  • I apologize about reverting. I understood that you were using the other BhamWiki article as the source, and I wasn't confident about that article vis-a-vis this timeline. Always feel free to correct things when you're sure about them or have a source to cite. As for this timeline, it might take a while to get everything straight. I'll go ahead and make fix what you've noted. --Dystopos 08:57, 8 January 2007 (PST)
  • PS, The fact that "wapi" appears in the 95 Rock logo helps settle this. --Dystopos 09:00, 8 January 2007 (PST)
  • I understand why you reverted it, no big deal. I don't remember "Beautiful 94" as I was a kid without control of the radio dial, so I can't help on that, but I was pretty certain about 95 Rock since that and Kicks 106 were all I listened to in Jr. High. :-) --Wheresdib 09:42, 8 January 2007 (PST)