WNKU-FM's regional network premiering Tuesday may do as much for the local music scene as it does for the Northern Kentucky University public radio station.
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#62 Jan 15, 2013
the station plays alot of independent, unsigned acts. alot of different genres as well. i dont understand why so many hate it. its unlike any staton around here. the old wpay played nothing but top 40 country which is fine, but there are literally like 6 other stations within our reception that play the exact same format.so our airwaves have only gained versatility. i personally like the station and find myself listening to it whenever i get tired of hearing the same commercial music thats on every other station. i think most music conesuers around here would agree that its good to finally have something different to listen to on local radio. especially if your like me and dont have a cd player in your car lol.
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