Are there still pirate radio stations?
Although it peaked throughout the 1960s and again during the 1980s/1990s, it remains in existence today. Having moved from transmitting from ships in the sea to towerblocks across UK towns and cities, in 2009 the UK broadcasting regulator Ofcom estimated more than 150 pirate radio stations were still operating.
Who are the TV announcers for the Pittsburgh Pirates?
TV & radio broadcastersBroadcasterYearsGreg Brown1994–presentJohn Wehner2005–presentTim Neverett2009–2015Joe Block2016–present
Who is number 10 on the Pittsburgh Pirates?
Who will replace Steve Blass?
So three former players will do it. Former Pirates players Kevin Young, Matt Capps and Michael McKenry will rotate as color commentator analysts for games on television and radio this season, the team announced Friday.
What are the top 10 radio stations?
Top 10 U.S. Radio Stations
- WLTW-FM 106.7 Lite fm – New York – 5,013,600.
- WHTZ-FM Z100 – New York – 4,388,300.
- WKTU-FM 103.5 – New York – 4,136,500.
- KIIS-FM 102.7 – Los Angeles – 4,117,600.
- KBIG-FM 104.3 MYFM – Los Angeles – 4,057,200.
- KOST-FM 103.5 – Los Angeles – 3,661,600.
- WCBS-FM 101.1 – New York – 3,591,800.
What is the most listened to radio station?
Listeners reached in thousands*BBC Radio 214,362BBC Radio 410,754BBC Radio 18,915Classic FM5,484
How old is Greg Brown Pirates announcer?
24 years old
Who wore 21 for Pittsburgh Pirates?
Who is number 24 on the Pirates?
Who wore number 21 for the Pittsburgh Pirates?
Roberto Clemente Day