KQLK Becomes 97.9 Nash Icon

97.9 Nash Icon KQLK Lake Charles

Previous Format: Rhythmic CHR “Hot 97.9” New Format: Country “97.9 Nash Icon” Date & Time Of Change: August 15, 2014 at 5:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Aircheck Contributed by MeAgainstMarconi.com

96.3 XKE Debuts

96.3 XKE Fort Wayne WXKE Classic Rock Moved 103.9 Rock 104

Previous Format: Rhythmic CHR “Wild 96.3” WNHT New Format: Classic Rock “96.3 XKE” WXKE (Moved From 103.9) Date & Time Of Change: June 11, 2014 at 12:00am More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Related Changes: Soft Rock 103.9 Debuts

Galaxy 101 Bristol Launches

Galaxy 101 Bristol 97.2

Previous Format: New Signal (Programming was previously on 97.2) New Format: Rhythmic CHR “Galaxy 101” Date & Time Of Change: September 4, 1994 More Info: Wikipedia Aircheck Contributed by FMAirchecks.com

Radio 105.7 Atlanta Launches

Radio 105.7 Atlanta WWVA-FM Aly Roche Jordin Silver

Previous Format: Rhythmic CHR “Wild 105.7/96.7” WWVA-FM/WWLG New Format: Alternative “Radio 105.7” Date & Time Of Change: March 28, 2013 at 12:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Notes: Audio features end of “Wild 105.7” at 10:57am leading into hour of stunting before launch of “Radio 105.7” a little after 12:00pm.

KSOL Becomes Wild 107.7

Previous Format: Urban AC KSOL New Format: Rhythmic CHR “Wild 107.7” KYLD Date & Time Of Change: February 12, 1992 More Info: Wikipedia Related Changes: 107.7 KSOL Signs Off

107.7 KSOL Signs Off

Previous Format: Urban AC KSOL New Format: Rhythmic CHR “Wild 107.7” KYLD Date & Time Of Change: February 10, 1992 More Info: Wikipedia Related Changes: KSOL Becomes Wild 107.7

KKHN Becomes 102.7 Da Bomb

Previous Format: Country “Double K Country” KKHN New Format: Rhythmic CHR “102.7 Da Bomb” KDDB Date & Time Of Change: November 17, 2000 at 3:00pm More Info: Wikipedia

Big Buck Country Gets Energy

Previous Format: Classic Country “Big Buck Country 106.9” WZBK-FM New Format: Rhythmic CHR “Energy 106.9” Date & Time Of Change: September 7, 2012 at 10:00am More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia

Fly 92.1 WFFY Revamps As Q92 WECQ

Previous Format: Rhythmic CHR “Fly 92.1” WFFY New Format: CHR “Q92” WECQ Date & Time Of Change: February 17, 2012 at 5:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Aircheck Contributed by Mark David

96.3 Now KHTC Becomes K-Twin

Previous Format: Rhythmic CHR “96.3 Now” KHTC New Format: Full Service HotSortaAAAModIndiePop40 “96.3 K-Twin” KTWN-FM Date & Time Of Change: January 1, 2012 at 12:00am More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia

Pulse 87 Signs-Off

Previous Format: Dance CHR “Pulse 87″ New Format: Rhythmic CHR “Party-FM” Date & Time Of Change: October 30, 2009 at 5:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Aircheck Contributed by Tony Santiago

“Free-FM” KZON becomes Rhythmic CHR “101.5 Jamz”

With the Memorial Day weekend flip of WFNY New York back to Rock and the relaunch of KFRC in San Francisco, the new management of CBS Radio made it clear that the “Free-FM” network of talk stations would not be long for the world. While many of the stations simply drop the Free-FM branding, speculation […]

Power 92 KKFR Becomes KTAR-FM

Previous Format: Rhythmic CHR “Power 92″ KKFR New Format: News/Talk KTAR-FM Date & Time Of Change: September 18, 2006 More Info: Wikipedia Related Changes: KZGL Becomes Power 98.3

KZGL Becomes Power 98.3

Previous Format: Alternative “98.3 The Z” New Format: Rhythmic CHR “Power 98.3″ Date & Time Of Change: September 18, 2006 More Info: Wikipedia Related Changes: Power 92 KKFR Becomes KTAR-FM

96.5 The Point Becomes Wild 96.5

Previous Format: Hot AC “96.5 The Point” WPTP New Format: Rhythmic CHR “Wild 96.5″ WLDW Date & Time Of Change: November 17, 2003 at 5:00pm More Info: Wikipedia

WBBI Becomes 107.5 The Bear

Previous Format: Stunting as Rhythmic CHR “107.5 Kiss-FM” New Format: Classic Rock “107.5 The Bear” Date & Time Of Change: April 1, 2003 at 12:00pm More Info: Fybush.com Related Changes: 107.5 WBBI Stunts As Kiss-FM Aircheck & Logos Contributed by BinghamtonRadio.com

KQCH moves from 97.7 to 94.1

WOW-AM & FM were one of the last pair of stations west of the Mississippi to retain not only call letters beginning with “W”, but also those which only contained 3 letters. When Journal Broadcast group acquired the pair of country stations they felt the baggage that came with Great Empire’s operation of WOW in […]

“The House Party” relaunches as “Party 104.9″

Originally a CHR/Rhythmic specialty show on Tejano station “Puro Tejano 100.7″, “The House Party” became the fulltime format at 100.7 FM on March 1, 1999. Through a deal with El Dorado Communications, HBC moved the Spanish AC format of “K-Love 93.3 Y 104.9 FM” to the newly acquired city grade 106.5 FM in August of […]