When WRNR went off the air this month, Annapolis mourned the demise of its only FM station. It was a refrain similar to the one two years ago when Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak sold WNAV for $1 to develop the land under the city’s only AM station. The new owners dropped local programming in favor of that syndicated sound you can find anywhere and everywhere. “Oh, woe is me,” cried Annapolis.
Radio is dead in Annapolis. Was anyone listening, anyway?
February 21, 2023