When America's Radio Industry has been revived, as of January 1, 2015, that means the fact is that as of fall 2015, they're going to bring back "oldies" format to all "classic hits" stations, playing almost entirely R&B, pop and rock music without any hard edge or rap from 1964-1994, and even several hits that are from the pre-1964 era. Also, they are bringing back the "soft AC music" format to all Soft Rock and Lite stations in updated form with approx. 3,000 love songs/hot AC ballads from the first 5 decades of music, plus additional love songs and hot AC ballads from this decade (and even then some); they're also merging "Hot Modern AC" with the original "Adult Hits" format on all local U.S. radio stations with either one of these two formats around late 2010s/early 2020s, becoming the newly updated "Hot AC" format; because of that they are playing almost entirely R&B, pop, and rock hits from the '90s through the present.
All classic rock radio stations in the U.S. will play almost entirely modern pop and rock hits from 1964-1994; and even all adult album alternative radio stations in the U.S. will play almost entirely music in 5 different styles: blues, reggae, folk, pop and rock; all from 1960s through present. All local U.S. radio stations in the format of "Urban AC" will play R&B, modern pop, and rap/hip-hop hits from the 1960s through the present; even numerous radio stations in the "Big Band" format will play almost entirely big band and swing hits from the 1920s through the 1950s and with a whole lot more songs by almost any adult contemporary artists or bands specializing in the "Big Band Revival" format. Other new radio station formats are likely to come with approx. 50 AM radio stations and 50 FM radio stations for almost each local U.S. market.
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