WLIF in Baltimore goes all-Christmas starting the day before Thanksgiving, with this weekend being a "preview weekend". They say that "Even....American Top 40 will be Christmas", so I guess they'll be running Casey's Christmas shows for the next six weeks (through Dec. 26).
Indeed, WLIF-FM now runs Casey's American Top 10 Christmas show instead of the 70's show. So does WHNN-FM.
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Post by brianmichaels on Nov 25, 2010 9:43:40 GMT -5
One more has dropped - WFMX 107.9 out of Skowhegan, ME has gone all Christmas. I sent a note to the program director to ask if AT40 would play at all through New Year's, no response yet. They normally play both 70s and 80s with extras - the list of stations playing AT40 through the season is shrinking!
Looking back at their earlier playlist, it looks like WNNS out of Springfield, IL has also flipped to all-Christmas. Which is just as well for me since I've been having tons of problems with their stream lately.
With Christmas being on a Saturday, and the day after Christmas a Sunday, do you think the Christmas special that Premiere will run for Christmas will be on the 18th and 19th or 25th and 26th? I'm not too fond of Christmas music after the fact so I hope it's the weekend before and we can get the AT 40 70's or 80's yearly end countdowns on Christmas weekend and the Christmas specials 18/19 December. I guess we'll find out soon.
For those stations airing the 2005 AT10 Xmas show this weekend 11/27 and 11/28, it will be the "Christmas at the Movies" show.
A countdown of the Top 30 songs from Christmas movie soundtracks?
EDIT: Never mind; I just checked old posts on another message board and found that the first AT10 Christmas episode of 2005 (November 14) had intermittent "Christmas Movie Moments" interspersed throughout the show.
Last Edit: Nov 28, 2010 18:03:22 GMT -5 by Hervard