Colonial Media and Entertainment

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Colonial Media and Entertainment, formerly and alternately known as Colonial Radio Group, is the owner of several radio stations in the United States. It is controlled by the Andrulonis family and currently has offices in Bradford, Pennsylvania and Olean, New York, with stations based in the western Twin Tiers region of New York and Pennsylvania as well as the Grand Strand of South Carolina and Cumberland County in North Carolina.

In 2016, Colonial Media and Entertainment CEO Jeff Androulonis called East Carolina University's national anthem protest a "shameful" disrespect of the U.S. military and, in counterprotest and in concurrence with the company's advertisers, dropped a planned broadcast of the team's game against the University of South Florida from WFAY.[1]

Current assets[edit]

Radio[edit]

Sorted by brand:

Country music stations
WAGL (The Eagle Hometown Country), FM 103.9, Eldred, Pennsylvania
WMIR (Carolina Country), FM 93.9, Conway, South Carolina[2]
The Mountain (classic AAA)
WXMT, FM 106.3, Smethport, Pennsylvania
W254BQ, FM 98.7, Olean, New York
V96 (contemporary hit radio/hot adult contemporary)
WVTT, FM 96.7, Portville, New York
W257CW FM 99.3, Bradford, Pennsylvania
Rejoice! Musical Soul Food
WJXY, AM 1200, Atlantic Beach, South Carolina
WXJY, FM 93.7, Georgetown, South Carolina
WNMB, AM 900, North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina[1]
The River (classic rock)
WMRV, AM 1450, Spring Lake, North Carolina
ESPN Radio
WFAY, AM 1230, Fayetteville, North Carolina

Former assets[edit]

South Carolina[edit]

Pennsylvania[edit]

New York[edit]

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