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Another radio station goes full tilt on Christmas music

Published December 2, 2013 9:28 am
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Utah has another radio station on which to hang their holly.

Cumulus Media-owned "hit music" station B 98.7 went wall-to-wall with Christmas music on Black Friday, challenging Deseret Media's FM100, which has been playing carols since early November.

Two more stations — Classic Hits 101.9 and Top 40 station Now 97.9 — are peppering their usual line-ups with holiday songs, roughly one an hour.




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