Shake-up with 107.3 WBBL programming expected Friday

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Big changes are coming to West Michigan radio station 107.3 WBBL.

Cumulus Radio Station Group is expected to announce a shake-up with its radio programming sometime Friday.

Bruce Law ,VP Marketing Manager, tells FOX 17 the Huge Show will be syndicated on 18 stations, but it’s unclear which stations those will be. Friday evening, Michigan Media Network announced it would be taking over the Huge Show.

It will air on four frequencies in West Michigan: 106.1 FM and 1340 AM in Grand Rapids; 1490 AM and an undetermined FM frequency in Muskegon.

A Michigan Media Network release says the show will begin airing on the AM stations Monday. A start date for the FM frequencies wasn’t immediately clear.

Longtime radio personality Eric Zane is also expected to be out of a job. Zane made an announcement about his fate and his crew, as well as making an announcement on Facebook Live.

 

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5 comments

  • B.W.

    Nice job Cumulus on top of the local stations you’ve ruined already , you now have another GARBAGE country station that plays the same heartless crap all the rest do and we have no sports channel that can be received outside the metro area. I’ll make sure to boycott any other stations you own too.

  • Sam Borncamp

    Where can we find Mark Levin, John Bachelor, Chris Plante and other information personalities? You had a great lineup, information on what’s going on and entertainment at the same time. Am I going to be able to find these greats on any other station here in Grand Rapids, MI?

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