419 theme include love schemes taking advantage of lonely hearts on dating sites.
As well, current temperatures of different samples of towns in New Jersey are given after the weather reports.
Despite the station's branding, the 101.5 signal does not reach the majority of Cape May, Salem and Sussex Counties while the signal's coverage of Atlantic, Bergen & Cumberland Counties is poor at best.
Gradually, at the same time, songs from 1964 and older were gradually reduced in the late-1990s and gone by 2000.
In September 2007, 1960s music was removed from the "60s, 70s, and 80s" weekend music programming ID, and nearly all 1960s music had been removed from the playlist.
WKXW (101.5 FM, "New Jersey 101.5") is a radio station based just outside Trenton, New Jersey.
The station is licensed to serve the Trenton area on 101.5 MHz FM and is also streamed on the station's website. Its studios and offices are located in Ewing the son and daughter-in-law of the owner.
The way WKXW has been able to maintain a strong listener base can be attributed to several factors, including: The station is the flagship broadcasting arm of the Townsquare New Jersey News Network as heard on twelve radio stations throughout the state.
The network consists of WOBM-FM in Toms River, WOBM-AM in Lakewood, WCHR-FM in Manahawkin, WJLK-FM in Asbury Park, WADB-AM in Tinton Falls, WFPG-FM in Atlantic City, WSJO-FM in Egg Harbor City, WPUR-FM in Atlantic City, and WENJ in Atlantic City.
Since the 1990s, the station has a talk and news format during the week, with oldies music on the overnights and weekend.
Initially, the oldies format was 1960s-based with a few pre-1964 oldies and a 1970s oldie or two each hour.
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