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The news has provoked a deep sense of mourning and nostalgia for both the show and the city's eroding arts and culture scene.
A temporary injunction was issued last night allowing WBAI to return to air, hours after its parent company locked out the staff and seized the transmitter.
Current hosts said they were blindsided by the news.
K-LOVE, the new station, says its mission is "to create compelling media that inspires and encourages you to have a meaningful relationship with Christ.
Christie will not be taking over Mike Francesa's spot on WFAN, after all.
Z100's Elvis Duran has managed to keep the station's signature morning show going for the last 20 years.
Your weekend is about to get a whole lot funkier thanks to a newly-recovered tape recording of classic NYC hip-hop radio programming.
Martinez has been dubbed "The Voice of New York."
EVR is shutting it down.
Yay, more Pat Kiernan for all!
After 13 years of callers around the sunny New Jersey suburb of Newbridge getting GOMP'd, "The Best Show On WFMU" is ending.
Yeehaw! Good day for country music fans who like the radio.
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