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Date Posted: 04:43:46 01/08/13 Tue
Author: Joseph P. (Happy)
Subject: Jingles and sweepers on WISH 99.7

I've been listening to WISH 99.7 on a regular basis for 13 years now. Several years ago, I used to hear the short 5-second jingles that would be sometimes be played in between some of their songs back then. I liked the one where the singers would sing, "Pittsburgh's Wish ... WISH 99.7." I liked most of their jingles back then ... and I liked that station's weather bed as well. I liked some of their "sweepers," too. In my opinion, I think some of WISH 99.7's best sweepers were done by a man named Randy Reeves back in the 2000s.

Anyway, my question is this ... when did WISH 99.7 start using jingles and sweepers on that station for the first time ever? Thanks for your help ... and have a great day!

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