- Dial Global Local
Dial Global Local Type Radio network Country United States Availability United States/ Canada
National, through regional affiliates
Slogan The Localization Company.
Delivering Great Local Radio!
Owner Triton Media Group Launch date Unknown at this time. Former names Waitt Radio Networks (????-2010) Official website wrnonline.com
Dial Global Local (formerly Waitt Radio Networks) is a national radio network based in Omaha, Nebraska, formerly owned by NRG Media and purchased in April 2008 by Triton Radio Networks. As a subsidiary of Dial Global, they specialize in 24-hour formats for affiliated radio stations across the United States and Canada which are specifically localized for their client stations, although they also are known for commercial production services. Dial Global Local also provides their affiliates with coverage of breaking news events.
Their 24-hour formats include:
Network Ident Format Additional Notes (If any) AC Active Hot Adult Contemporary AC Pure Adult Contemporary Bob FM Variety/Adult Hits Country Classics Classic country Country Today Modern Country Genuine Classic Rock Classic Rock The Lounge Adult Standards Modern Rock Modern Rock Oldies Plus Oldies
On April 30, 2008, it was announced that NRG Media had sold the assets of Waitt Radio Networks to Triton Radio Networks, which also operates Dial Global Digital 24/7 formats (once part of Westwood One). According to Dial Global's website, Dial Global's plans are to merge Waitt's existing 24-hour formats and commercial production services into its own operations . The merger was complete in 2010.
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