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WOR Radio Network

The WOR Radio Network was a slate of nationally syndicated radio programming produced and distributed by flagship radio station WOR in New York City. The programming was primarily general interest commercial talk; only one non-talk program had ever been carried on the network, WAER's "Big Bands, Ballads and Blues;" that show was syndicated to both commercial and public radio stations for much of the mid-2000s.

Following the sale of WOR to Clear Channel Communications in 2012, most of the remaining programming on the WOR Radio Network (which had been in decline for several years) migrated to Radio America.

Contents

  • Schedule 1
    • Weekdays 1.1
    • Saturdays 1.2
    • Sundays 1.3
  • Former hosts 2
  • External links 3

Schedule

The WOR Radio Network operated two separate feeds, WOR-1 and WOR-2. WOR-2 ceased in the late 2000s due to a lack of overlapping programming. The schedule of live feeds, as of September 2012:

Weekdays

Saturdays

Sundays

The remainder of the network feed consisted of rebroadcasts and "best of" shows.

Former hosts

External links

Official WOR Radio Network Web site

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