93.5 The Beach Tower Off the Air Following Last Week’s Ice Storm

Due to last week’s ice storm, 93.5 The Beach’s tower located in the Millsboro area is temporarily off the air.

Engineers are working overtime to return the station to the air, although it is expected to take at least a day until full power can be restored.

In the meantime, you may hear the FM signal cut in and out.

Listeners can continue to stream the station on our Facebook page and right here at 935TheBeach.com

“Our engineers and tower crew are on site working diligently to get signal restored.” said Johnette Cochran, General Manager of Adams Radio Group of Delmarva. “We appreciate our listeners’ patience and loyalty to the station. We’ll still be rockin’ out on our web stream!”

“This gives us the opportunity to do some things and play some songs we normally can’t do on the traditional airwaves.” said Glassman, who hosts afternoon drive from 3-7PM on The Beach. “We’re asking listeners to join in and let us know what song you’d like to hear.” he continued.

Drew, midday host from 10AM-3PM on The Beach said “We’re going to have fun with it. Instead of looking at it as a bad situation, we’re making it our internet only special. We’ll talk about what we don’t normally talk about and play songs we wouldn’t normally play.”

“The best thing to do in situations like these is to have fun.” he continued.

Listeners are stressed to put in their song requests on the 93.5 The Beach Facebook page or by calling the studio directly at (443) 397-9278.