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Bonneville, Washington Post Launch Format

Bonneville, Washington Post Launch Format

Radio news programmers will be watching with a great deal of interest to see how the new Washington Post Radio experiment does.
As reported earlier, Bonneville in Washington recently shuffled several formats and frequencies. Part of that was to make room for a new format branded under the Washington Post name on a Bonneville frequency.
Now that format has launched. It’s now heard in the area on 1500 kHz and 107.7 MHz, formerly the two lead frequencies for WTOP, which shifted channels.
The station is owned by Bonneville, content is provided by the Post. Programming includes Bonneville hosts, “along with in-depth local, national and international news and commentary provided by Washington Post reporters, editors and columnists as well as news makers and other local media personalities.”
The station also will carry Washington Nationals baseball games. Studios are at Bonneville’s 3400 Idaho Avenue NW facility. The launch was promoted on the front page of the Post today.
Listen here.