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=== 2017–present ===
 
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[[File:Radio Now (Houston 92.1).png|center|250px]]
 
[[File:Radio Now (Houston 92.1).png|center|250px]]
On January 5, 2017, after "Boom 92" was suffering from low ratings and a poor audience share for the past few months, Radio One flipped KROI's format to Top 40/CHR as "92.1 Radio Now"; not only to raise the station's ratings but also capitalizing on the recent dropping of the format by KKHH six days prior, and hoping to pick up listeners spurned by said format change. The first song on "Radio Now" was "This Is What You Came For" by Calvin Harris and Rihanna.
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On January 5, 2017, after "Boom 92" was suffering from low ratings and a poor audience share for the past few months, Radio One flipped KROI's format to Top 40/CHR as "92.1 Radio Now" at 5 p.m. The format change wasn't the only solution to raise the station's ratings, but also capitalizing on the recent dropping of the format by KKHH six days prior, and hoping to pick up listeners spurned by said format change. The first song on "Radio Now" was "This Is What You Came For" by Calvin Harris and Rihanna.
   
 
{{FM Radio stations in Houston}}
 
{{FM Radio stations in Houston}}

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Radio Now (Houston 92.1)

On January 5, 2017, after "Boom 92" was suffering from low ratings and a poor audience share for the past few months, Radio One flipped KROI's format to Top 40/CHR as "92.1 Radio Now" at 5 p.m. The format change wasn't the only solution to raise the station's ratings, but also capitalizing on the recent dropping of the format by KKHH six days prior, and hoping to pick up listeners spurned by said format change. The first song on "Radio Now" was "This Is What You Came For" by Calvin Harris and Rihanna.


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