Mets Flagship Station WFAN Switching From AM To FM

An article by posted on October 8, 2012

Richard Sandomir of the New York Times is reporting that Mets flagship station WFAN could be switching from 660 AM to 101.9 FM in the coming months.

It looks like that for the time being they will be broadcasting in simulcast on both stations, but that could change once the majority of the listenership gets used to the idea.

This could shutout many listeners on the outskirts of the AM signal range which covers a larger area once the switch is completed.

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