Ft. Walton Beach’s WZLB-FM Joins Envision Networks® Weekend Rock Block

Envision Networks® is proud to announce Apex Broadcasting’s WZLB-FM/Ft. Walton Beach, Florida as the latest affiliate of The Core, a weekly two-hour program featuring the music and artists that thrived in the 90s. With 103.1 The Blaze broadcasting The Core every weekend, it joins over 350 affiliates on the Envision Rock Network.

The Core represents one of the great periods in rock music…The ‘90s. It has great bands and presentation. It fits our station perfectly,” WZLB-FM Program Director Matt Stone said.

Hosted by Meltdown and programmed by Steve Black from Detroit’s rock powerhouse WRIF, The Core features music from such 90s rock artists as Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Soundgarden and U2. As one of the first nationally syndicated shows to follow the PPM format, The Core is programmed with extended music plays and only two commercial breaks an hour. The Core uses weekly benchmarks to dig deeper into the roots of the bands that formed their sound in the 90’s by highlighting interview clips and actualities in the “Artist Profile,” remembering the big musical event of the week in rock history with the “Core Sample.”

Stations interested in more information can visit goenvisionnetworks.com or contact Amber Wade at 216-831-3761 or AmberW@envisionradio.com.

About Envision Networks®:

Envision Networks® provides content and services to more than 1,500 radio stations and reaches millions of listeners each week. Envision Radio Networks, Inc. is the largest independently owned affiliate relations company in the country and supplies all types of programming and services to radio including morning show content, short-form vignettes, virtual weather-news-traffic broadcasts, live syndicated morning shows, long-form weekend programming, 24/7 formats, comedy services, event programming, off-air tools, web content, album releases and artist specials. Envision Networks® is based in Cleveland, Ohio, with offices in New York City and Nashville.

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