Pot 107.1, Denver's Dope Hits, gets extinguished to make room for the return of Jack FM
Brian Landis Folkins
Well, that was short-lived. Turns out Pot 107, presumed to be the first marijuana-themed terrestrial radio station, was an aberration after all, as suspected, and not a actual format. If you tuned in to the 107.1 frequency this morning hoping to hear Denver's Dope Hits, rather than hearing an endless loop of ganja goodness, you were no doubt greeted by the return of the ever-so-brief Jack format, which has, of course, moved over from its previous 105.5 frequency into the Max Media stable. Alas, despite Pot 107's being a genius and completely plausible proposition here with the impending legalization of marijuana, the company that brought us the Pole, all-stripper radio, pulled another fast one. Nice one, dudes. Gotta love the seemingly never-ending radio hijinks.
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