Adult urban-contemporary station WRNB (107.9), whose sound had been remarkably similar to that of WDAS (105.3), reformatted today to aim at a younger audience. Old school is out.
"We want to become the hipper adult [R&B] station," operations manager Elroy Smith told me. "We want a lane to ourselves."
“The new sound of 107.9 WRNB, R&B of the 90’s and Today," as it's known, will feature Boyz II Men, Jodeci, Babyface, Maxwell, Mary J Blige, and Mint Condition.
Tom Joyner's syndicated morning show will remain. Mo'Nique's syndicated afternoon show is gone.