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WFAS 103.9 FM to move to the Bronx from Hartsdale
Release Date: June 27, 2014

WFAS RADIO used to be one of Westchester's largest local news radio stations. In recent years the station has cut back on local news and community involvement. The following article appeared in the Westchester Business Journal. I have asked for more information --re: plans for the property located at Secor Road, Hartsdale. Will provide updates....



WFAS 103.9 FM will move its broadcast facilities from Hartsdale to the Bronx at the end of this month, according to multiple reports. Radio insiders say the station is planning to rebrand as an “urban music” station.

Radioinsight.com, a website covering the radio broadcast industry, reported the move “will coincide with the station ceasing to target the suburban Westchester County and joining the rest of the Cumulus New York operations in Manhattan.”

Cumulus operates Manhattan-based WPLJ 95.5 FM, country music NASH FM 94.7 and Conservative Talk 770 AM, according to Radioinsight.com.

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