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  • Adult Alternative: The "progressive" rock of the past and today.
  • AC: Adult Contemporary. Soft rock from the past and today.
  • Modern Rock: New rock and hard-edged pop.
  • B/EZ: Beautiful/Easy. Instrumentals and soft vocals. a.k.a. Elevator Music.
  • CHR: Contemporary Hit Radio. Current hit music. a.k.a. Top 40.
  • Rhythmic CHR: Current Rap, R&B, and/or dance music.
  • Classic Hits: Rock-based pop from the 60's, 70's and 80's.
  • Classic Rock: Album rock from the 60s, 70's, and 80's.
  • Classical: "Fine arts" music in the tradition of Mozart and Bach.
  • Country: Current Country hits.
  • Classic Country: Country hits from the past
  • Full-Service: A combinaton of music, news, talk, and sports.
  • Hot AC: Current and 80's/90's pop with no hard rock or rap.
  • Jazz: I'm hoping you know what jazz is.
  • Modern AC: Current and 80's/90's softer modern rock.
  • NAC: New AC. Jazz-influenced vocals and instrumentals. a.k.a.Smooth Jazz
  • NPR: National Public Radio. Features classical music and talk programs.
  • News: All news, all the time.
  • Standards: Non-rock music from the 40's through today. ex. Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra
  • Oldies: The pop of the 50's, 60's and 70's.
  • Religious: Religious talk and music.
  • Rhythmic Oldies 70's/80's R&B and Dance hits.
  • Rock: Classic Rock mixed with newer rock songs.
  • Spanish: Any station that broadcasts mainly in Spanish.
  • Sports: Talk about sports, as well as live games.
  • Talk: Issue or entertainment oriented discussion.
  • Urban: Current Rap and R&B.
  • Urban AC: Current and past R&B hits.
  • Variety: A combination of many formats.
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