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Commentary: What I would miss most about the former format of the former WCOA-FM

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I am going to miss listening to "The Kim Komando Show" (a national news and discussion program about technology) on Sunday between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. now that the radio station formerly known as WCOA-FM (they recently adopted a new set of call letters: WJTQ) would no longer broadcast it due to their switch to a new programming format that deals primary with "classic hits" music. That was the most convenient time period for me to hear the program; more so than their other weekly regular time period for broadcasting it: 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Saturday (this was also WAVH-FM's time period for broadcasting it on a weekly basis). This was never a very good time period for me to hear the program due to my commitments to watching certain TV programs that were usually broadcast between those times on Saturday (such as local news programs from WKRG-TV and WPMI-TV, "The Communicators" from C-SPAN, "The Electric Playground" (also known as "EP Daily") from WFNA-TV, and "Wonder Woman" from Memorable Entertainment Television (also known as Me-TV). I may want to consider recording some or all of those programs on future Saturdays and watching them later in order to hear WAVH-FM's broadcasts of "The Kim Komando Show" during their time periods.

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