WROR-FM is owned by Beasley Broadcast Group and broadcasts on 105.7 MHz.The station offers a classic hits format, concentrating on the rock and roll hits of the 1970s and 1980s, with an occasional song dating back to the 1960s or 1990s. Its signal transmits from the Prudential Tower and reaches as far north as southern New Hampshire and as far south as Providence, Rhode Island.The entire Group is named after the container liner shipping company Hamburg Süd, which is globally active.Together with its Brazilian subsidiary Aliança, it is one of the leading ocean carriers in the traditionally significant South American market. This development meshed with online comments sections, which allowed trolls who couldn't write a whole letter to their newspaper to spew venom before the minimalist ideas rattling around in their brains even had time to gestate. * Also feeling the wrath of social media the past few days was Chrissy Teigen, wife of Penn alum John Legend, who had the unmitigated gall to go out to dinner with her husband less than two weeks after she gave birth, and leaving their newborn daughter in the car. And our promise to you is that we will always strive to provide indispensable journalism to our community. As the Washington Post - the paper that once broke the Watergate scandal - reported, one social-media user wrote, "Oh, I loved hot chicken fajitas but I will never make them again after what you did you did to the Queen." Another wrote, "Never watchin ur show again Rachel u r a homewrecker!
William Charles, with Kenny Mc Kay and Jimmy Conlee.WKOX-FM was the Boston area's first FM Top 40 station featuring live disc jockeys, as opposed to some stations that played automated music.In July 1969, WKOX-FM converted to stereo broadcasting. A number of the 35 swingers came late and missed the photo-op, but seated (from left) are Chris Stigall, WPHT; Mina Say What, Power 99; Kelsey Mc Elroy, WJBR, guest of honor Alex Forss; Rich Ashburn Jr.; Jillian Mele, Comcast Sports Net; Marc Farzetta, 94 WIP Standing (from left): Raphael Opida, Q102; Rocco, Q102; Barrett Brooks, Comcast Sports Net; Bruce Adams, Main Line Times; Brian Soscia, WSTW; Tom Mc Carthy, Phillies Broadcast Team; Frank Lewis, WOGL; Crockett, WXTU; Tattle, Philadelphia Daily News; Tom Rowan, Philly.com; Bill Zimpfer, WOGL; John Clark, Comcast Sports Net, Bobby Smith, AMP Radio; Jenice Armstrong, Philadelphia Daily News; and Chris Leonard, WJBR. [email protected] @DNTattle We recently asked you to support our journalism. You have encouraged us in our mission — to provide quality news and watchdog journalism. Teigen's sin was leaving their baby at home with probably a nanny, a grandparent, bodyguard, a nurse on call and a baby monitor so expensive it could pick up the breathing patterns of an ant crawling under the crib. Her lawyer Randall Kinnard, said, "Erin Andrews is satisfied with the settlement, the terms of which are confidential." * Last week we reported on the winners at the Richie Ashburn Memorial Home Runs for Heart Media Day at Citizen's Bank Park, but everyone who played was a winner, even if they couldn't hit the ball past the pitcher's mound. - Daily News wire services contributed to this report.