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Greater Media Wall-to-Wall Sandy


As radio stations up and down the eastern seaboard prepare for Hurricane Sandy, Greater Media is planning full coverage on many of its stations to keep residents informed. Greater Media has stations in New Jersey, Philadelphia, and Boston. All of those communities may feel the effects of Sandy.

In New Jersey:
- The goal is to stay live and local, providing excellent content on all stations, including WDHA-FM, WMTR-AM, MAGIC 98.3FM, and 1450 WCTC-AM,  as well as WRAT-FM and MAGIC 100.1 at the Jersey Shore.
-  All stations are stocked with food, water, blankets. and back-up power.
-  All stations are in constant contact with local emergency authorities and airing emergency information as it is provided to us.

In Philadelphia
- WMMR-FM, WMGK-FM, BEN-FM, and the FANATIC are making sure families know what is happening and keeping them informed and connected up-to-the-minute. They are working closely with local television station news and weather people, and Metro traffic and taking calls from listeners in area towns.
- The Greater Media Philadelphia Engineering Team, Program Directors and staff are ready and have prepared for outages with back-up generators ready to go.

In Boston
- All Greater Media Boston stations, including 96.9 WTKK-FM, MAGIC 106.7FM, 92.9 WBOS-FM, 102.5 WKLB-FM, and 105.7 WROR-FM are keeping listeners informed with the latest live and up-to-date news and weather information regarding Hurricane Sandy.
- In addition, News Talk 96.9 and will keep listners connected with News, Talk, Traffic and Weather every 15 minutes.