Mark Kattoura’s unscoped aircheck list – updated 9/13/17 – tropicalairchecks@gmail.com

All airchecks listed are available digitally FOR TRADE ONLY. Three asterisks (***) indicate that the aircheck was added on the date the website was last updated.

List organized by: 1) call letters and city of license; 2) station name; 3) format; 4) description of aircheck, if applicable; 5) date (month/day/year or month/year); 6) personality's name, if known or applicable; and 7) length

 
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ALABAMA

WABB-FM/Mobile – 97-5 WABB – CHR – 7/5/10 – Q-Tip – 81

WKXX/Birmingham – Kicks 106, The Power Cow – CHR – 10/18/90 – Brian Christopher – 48

ARIZONA

KBZR/Coolidge-Phoenix – 103.9, the station that’s moving in from the desert – Rhythmic CHR/S.T.E.V.E. stunt (Songs that Everyone Vociferously Enjoys) – 9/30/96 – 47 (part 1 of 2)

KBZR/Coolidge-Phoenix – 103.9, the station that’s moving in from the desert – Rhythmic CHR/S.T.E.V.E. stunt (Songs that Everyone Vociferously Enjoys) – 9/30/96 – 47 (part 2 of 2)

KNRJ/Cordes Lakes-Phoenix – 92-7 and 101-1, Energy Arizona – Rhythmic CHR/Dance – 7/2/02 – 48 (part 1 of 2)

KNRJ/Cordes Lakes-Phoenix – 92-7 and 101-1, Energy Arizona – Rhythmic CHR/Dance – 7/2/02 – 38 (part 2 of 2)

KOAZ/Phoenix – Smooth Jazz “103.5 The Oasis” begins stunting to KWCY “Wild Country 103.5” format – 8/31/97 – 47 (part 1 of 2)

KOAZ/Phoenix – Smooth Jazz “103.5 The Oasis” becomes KWCY “Wild Country 103.5” – 8/31/97 – 47 (part 2 of 2)

KOY-FM/Phoenix – Y-95 – CHR – 4/1/91 – Bruce Kelly – 47

KQYT/Phoenix flips from Beautiful Music “Quiet 95” to Adult CHR KOY-FM “Y-95” – 6/30/86 – 59

CALIFORNIA

KACD/Santa Monica-Los Angeles/KBCD Newport Beach – Groove 103-1 – Rhythmic CHR into Dance (station flips back to Dance format due to public outcry one week after going Rhythmic CHR) – 9/25/97 – 46 (part 1 of 2)

KACD/Santa Monica-Los Angeles/KBCD Newport Beach – Groove 103-1 – Dance (minutes after station flips back to Dance format one week after going Rhythmic CHR) – 9/25/97 – 46 (part 2 of 2)

KACD/Santa Monica-Los Angeles/KBCD Newport Beach – Groove 103-1 – Dance – 4/3/98 – DJ Marvel/Special Ed – 48

KBGG/San Francisco – Big 98.1 – 70s Hits – 7/25/96 – Steve Garland – 47

KCBQ/San Diego – 1170 KCBQ – Top 40 – 1973 – Programmer’s Digest station composite – 16

KDIS/Los Angeles – Radio Disney 1110 – Children’s CHR – 10/7/04 – 61 (part 1 of 2)

KDIS/Los Angeles – Radio Disney 1110 – Children’s CHR – 10/7/04 – 68 (part 2 of 2)

KDLD/Santa Monica/Los Angeles-KDLE Newport Beach – 103-1 KDL – Dance CHR – 4/11/03 – 94

KDLD/Santa Monica/Los Angeles-KDLE Newport Beach – 103-1 KDL – Dance CHR – 12/18/03 – 46 (part 1 of 2)

KDLD/Santa Monica/Los Angeles-KDLE Newport Beach – 103-1 KDL – Dance CHR – 12/18/03 – 31 (part 2 of 2)

KDND/Sacramento – 107-9 The End – CHR (Top 50 of 2009) – 12/2010 – 54 (part 1 of 4)

KDND/Sacramento – 107-9 The End – CHR (Top 50 of 2009) – 12/2010 – 57 (part 2 of 4)

KDND/Sacramento – 107-9 The End – CHR (Top 50 of 2009) – 12/2010 – 61 (part 3 of 4)

KDND/Sacramento – 107-9 The End – CHR (Top 50 of 2009) – 12/2010 – 57 (part 4 of 4)

KGB-FM/San Diego – 101 KGB – Classic Rock – 7/16/96 – 48

KGB-FM/San Diego – 101 KGB – Classic Rock – 12/30/97 – John Leslie – 49 (part 1 of 2)

KGB-FM/San Diego – 101 KGB – Classic Rock – 12/30/97 – John Leslie – 48 (part 2 of 2)

KHJ/Los Angeles – 93 KHJ – Country – 3/15/81 – Janine Wolf – 45

KHTZ/Los Angeles – K-Hits 97 – Top 40 – 8/12/79 – Beaver Cleaver – 47

KIIS/Los Angeles – 102.7 KIIS FM – CHR – 8/1/84 – Big Ron O’Brien – 46

KIIS/Los Angeles – 102.7 KIIS FM – CHR – 4/1/14 – Sisanie – 38

KIQQ/Los Angles flips to CHR KQLZ “Pirate Radio 100.3” – 3/17/89 – Scott Shannon – 59

KKHR/Los Angeles – Hitradio 93 – CHR – 4/16/84 – Jackson Armstrong – 64

KKHR/Los Angeles – Hitradio 93 – CHR – 11/1/84 – Jackson Armstrong – 42 (part 1 of 2)

KKHR/Los Angeles – Hitradio 93 – CHR – 11/1/84 – Jackson Armstrong – 34 (part 2 of 2)

KKHR/Los Angeles – Hitradio 93 – CHR – 2/28/85 – Jackson Armstrong – 63

KMET/Los Angeles flips from Rock to NAC/Smooth Jazz KTWV “94-7 The Wave” – 2/14/87 – 62 (part 1 of 2)

KMET/Los Angeles flips from Rock to NAC/Smooth Jazz KTWV “94-7 The Wave” – 2/14/87 – 61 (part 2 of 2 – after the flip)

KNX-FM/Los Angeles – Station flips from Mellow Rock to CHR “HitRadio 93” KKHR – Michael Sheehy/Todd Parker – 31

KNX-FM/Los Angeles – Station flips from Mellow Rock to Oldies “Oldies 93” KODJ – 3/2/89 – 62

KOST/Los Angeles – KOST 103.5 – AC – 4/1/14 – Bruce Scott – 60 (part 1 of 2)

KOST/Los Angeles – KOST 103.5 – AC – 4/1/14 – Bruce Scott – 50 (part 2 of 2)

KPWR/Los Angeles – Power 106 – Rhythmic CHR – 8/86 – Mucho Morales – 40

KPWR/Los Angeles – Power 106 – Rhythmic CHR – 8/17/90 – Todd Parker – 48

KSAN/San Francisco - Station flips from Country to CHR as "Wild 94.9" (which moved from 107.7FM). KSAN staffers say goodbye, take calls, and then present a retrospective of KSAN, complete with aircheck clips of the station's farewell in 1980 (as a Rock station), the sign on of the Country format, and the legendary Tom Donahue is featured. After a period of dead air, the 94.9 frequency joins KYLD/107.7 for a temporary simulcast, with Xavier "The X Man's "Quiet Storm" show. KYLD eventually moves to 94.9, and 107.7 becomes classic hits KSAN.

CONNECTICUT

WEBE/Westport – WEBE 108 – AC – 5/31/98 – Bob Gilmore – 47

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

WASH/Washington – 97 Wash-FM – AC – 4/20/84 – Tanner in the Morning – 47

WASH/Washington – 97 Wash-FM – Adult CHR – 12/24/84 – Dude Walker/Jim Reihle – 48

WWDC/Washington – DC 101 – Rock – 1982 – Howard Stern – 63

WWZZ/Washington – Z104 – CHR – 9/27/01 – Sean Sellers – 47

WWZZ/Washington – Z104 – Modern AC – 10/1/01 – Sean Sellers – 47

FLORIDA

WAIA/Miami – 97A1A – AC – 2/9/81 – Sandy Peyton – 31

***WAIA/Miami – 97A1A – AC – 3/18/86 – Dee Silvers – 48

WAMR/Miami – Amor 107.5 – Spanish AC – 9/27/05 – Roxana Garcia – 80

WAMR/Miami – Amor 107.5 – Spanish AC – 9/28/05 – Alberto Sardinas – 80

WAXY/Fort Lauderdale – WAXY 106 – Oldies – 10/93 – 38

WAXY/Fort Lauderdale – WAXY 106 – Oldies – 8/24/94 – Rick Shaw – 82

WAYJ/Fort Myers – 88.7 Way-FM – Christian CHR – 8/4/99 – Marcia Ware – 47

WBBE/Vero Beach – Rock 101-7 – Active Rock – 9/24/99 – 45 (part 1 of 2)

WBBE/Vero Beach – Rock 101-7 into Real Radio (simulcast of 92.7 WZZR Stuart) – Active Rock into Talk (The Love Doctors) – 9/24/99 – 45 (part 2 of 2)

WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – 93.5 Radio Lobo – Regional Mexican – 9/1/14 – 49 (some static at times)

WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – 93.5 Radio Lobo – Regional Mexican – 9/4/14 – 49 (some static at times)

***WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – stunting to 93-5 The Bar Active Rock format with a Bubba the Love Sponge marathon – Talk – 9/24/14 – 46 (part 1 of 2) (some static at times)

***WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – stunting to 93-5 The Bar Active Rock format with a Bubba the Love Sponge marathon – Talk – 9/24/14 – 49 (part 2 of 2) (some static at times)

WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – 93-5 The Bar – Active Rock – 9/26/14 (station launch and first hour) – 70

***WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – 93-5 The Bar – Active Rock – 9/26/14 (first night of format) – 49 (some static at times)

WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – 93-5 The Bar – Active Rock – 12/29/16 (three days before flipping to the True Oldies Channel) – Kevo – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – 93-5 The Bar – Active Rock – 12/29/16 (three days before flipping to the True Oldies Channel) – Kevo – 39 (part 2 of 2)

***WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – 93-5 The Bar – Active Rock – 12/31/16 (final day of format) – 48 (part 1 of 2) (heavy static at times)

***WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – 93-5 The Bar – Active Rock – 12/31/16 (final day of format) – 48 (part 2 of 2) (heavy static at times)

***WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – 93-5 The Bar flips to 93-5 The True Oldies Channel – Active Rock/Oldies-Classic Hits – 12/31/16 – 48 (part 1 of 2)

***WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – 93-5 The True Oldies Channel – Oldies-Classic Hits – 1/1/17 (first day in the format) – 49

WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach-W223CJ/West Palm Beach – 92-5 and 93-5 The True Oldies Channel – Oldies/Classic Hits – 6/5/17 – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach-W223CJ/West Palm Beach – 92-5 and 93-5 The True Oldies Channel – Oldies/Classic Hits – 6/5/17 – 48 (part 2 of 2)

WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach-W223CJ/West Palm Beach – 92-5 and 93-5 The True Oldies Channel – Oldies/Classic Hits – 6/18/17 – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach-W223CJ/West Palm Beach – 92-5 and 93-5 The True Oldies Channel – Oldies/Classic Hits – 6/18/17 – 48 (part 2 of 2)

*** WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach-W223CJ/West Palm Beach – 92-5 and 93-5 The True Oldies Channel – Oldies/Classic Hits – 8/1/17 (final night before station is sold and flips to Dance Rhythmic CHR – see WZFL/Islamorada below) – 48

WBGG/Fort Lauderdale – Big 106 – 70s Hits – late 1994 – Miguel Lombana – 30 (part 1 of 2)

WBGG/Fort Lauderdale – Big 106 – 70s Hits – late 1994 – Miguel Lombana – 26 (part 2 of 2)

WBJW/Orlando – BJ 105 – CHR – 3/88 – The Breakfast Bunch – 33

WBJW/Orlando – BJ 105 – CHR – 5/88 – Cramer – 47

WBJW/Orlando – BJ 105 – CHR – 5/16/89 – Travis McKay – 43

WBJW/Orlando – BJ 105 – CHR – 6/29/89 – Travis McKay – 33

WCLB/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – Continuous Country 95.5 – Country (end of Howard Stern into music sweep, and then new Program Director Billy Bodene informing listeners that the station is failing with Howard Stern in mornings on a Country station, and asking them to vote on whether they want the station to go all-Country without Stern, or all-Rock with Stern. Three days later, the station dropped Stern’s show and reimaged as all-Country “The All New Frog 95-5” with new call letters WXFG) – 12/15/97 – 33

WCJX/Miami – Power Hits 96X – CHR – 2/17/86 – Stuart Elliott – 47

WCKO/Fort Lauderdale – K102 – Rock – 6/79 – Alan Michaels – 22

***WCOF/St. Petersburg-Tampa – Coast 107.3 – 70s Oldies – 3/8/99 – Amy Newman – 94

WCTQ/Venice-Sarasota – 92.1 CTQ/92.1 The Dove – Country/Beautiful Music-Easy Listening – Last 15 minutes of Blair Gardner's "After Midnight" program on Country "92.1 CTQ" followed by format switch to Beautiful Music-Easy Listening "92.1 The Dove." The Country format moved to 106.5, while The Dove had been on yet another frequency (105.5). – 4/4/99 – 43

WDAE/Tampa – 1250 WDAE – Oldies/Classic Hits – 5/31/78 – Ed Fairbanks – 48

WDDV/Sarasota – 92.1 WDDV – Soft AC – 11/01 – 23

WDDV/Sarasota – 92.1 WDDV – Soft AC – 1/1/04 – 48

WDOQ/Daytona Beach – Q102 – Top 40 – 8/82 – Chris Kelly – 46 (several unscoped segments)

WDUV/New Port Richey (Tampa/Bradenton) – The Dove 103.5 – Easy Listening – 3/11/99 – 93

WDUV/New Port Richey (Tampa/Bradenton) – The Dove 103.5/Thunder 103-5 – Easy Listening to Classic Rock format/frequency swap with 105.5 – 4/24/99 – 94

WDUV/Tampa – The Dove 105.5 – Soft AC – 2/21/06 – 31

WEAT/West Palm Beach – Easy 850 – Automated Beautiful Music/Easy Listening (mono) – Early 1992 – 46

WEAT/West Palm Beach – Sunny 107-9 – AC – 7/2/16 – Beth Stibal – 47

WEAT-FM/West Palm Beach – Sunny 104.3 – AC – 2/2/99 – Mark Carlton – 47

***WEAT-FM/West Palm Beach – Sunny 104.3 – AC – 1/20/00 – Tim Byrd (end of first shift after jumping from then-crosstown rival WRMF) – 16

WEAT-FM/West Palm Beach – Sunny 104.3 – AC – 10/3/03 – Tim Byrd – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WEAT-FM/West Palm Beach – Sunny 104.3 – AC – 10/3/03 – Tim Byrd – 48 (part 2 of 2)

WEAT-FM/West Palm Beach – AC "Sunny 104.3" becomes Smooth AC WMSF "Smooth FM", a temporary format while the station awaited a move into the Miami market – 5/31-6/01-2012 – End of "Delilah" and start of new format – 61

WEDR/Miami – 99 Soulstar – Urban – 2/9/81 – George “Boogie” Jones – 32

WEDR/Miami – 99 Jamz – Urban – 7/17/98 – Al B. Sylk – 47

WEDR/Miami – 99 Jamz – Urban – 7/23/05 – Lady D. – 62

WEOW/Key West – Wow 92-5 – CHR – 3/12/98 – Bill Bravo – 40

WEOW/Key West – Wow 92-7 – CHR – 10/15 – Rude Girl & Molly Blue (morning show) – 62

WFEZ/Miami – Easy 93.1 – Soft AC – 10/15 – Ken James – 61 (part 1 of 4)

WFEZ/Miami – Easy 93.1 – Soft AC – 10/15 – Ken James – 60 (part 2 of 4)

WFEZ/Miami – Easy 93.1 – Soft AC – 10/15 – Jeanne Ashley – 60 (part 3 of 4)

WFEZ/Miami – Easy 93.1 – Soft AC – 10/15 – Jeanne Ashley – 70 (part 4 of 4)

WFJO/St. Petersburg/Tampa – JO 101.5 – Jammin’ Oldies – 4/17/00 – Party Marty – 47

WFLC/Miami – Coast 97.3 – AC (nightly "Coastin' with the 80s" show) – 3/96 – Johnny Dolan – 47

WFLC/Miami – 97-3 The Coast – Hot AC – 9/28/05 – Bruce Wayne – 80

WFLC/Miami – 97-3 The Coast – Hot AC – 10/10/05 – Bruce Wayne – 80

WFLC/Miami – 97-3 The Coast – Hot AC – 12/3/13 – KVJ Show – 78

WFLC/Miami – Station flips from Hot AC “97-3 The Coast” to CHR “Hits 97-3” – 1/17/14 – KVJ Show/Toni Gonzalez – 183

WFLC/Miami – Hits 97-3 – CHR – 10/15 – Frankie P. – 60 (part 1 of 5)

WFLC/Miami – Hits 97-3 – CHR – 10/15 – 61 (part 2 of 5 – Friday Night HitsMix)

WFLC/Miami – Hits 97-3 – CHR – 10/15 – 61 (part 3 of 5 – Friday Night HitsMix)

WFLC/Miami – Hits 97-3 – CHR – 10/15 – 60 (part 4 of 5 – Friday Night HitsMix)

WFLC/Miami – Hits 97-3 – CHR – 10/15 – 49 (part 5 of 5 – Friday Night HitsMix)

WFLC-HD/Miami – 97.3 The Coast – Hot AC (All 80s weekend) – 3/25/06 – Gnarly Charlie – 77

WFLV/West Palm Beach – 90.7 K-Love – Contemporary Christian – 5/16/17 – Monika Kelly – 49 (part 1 of 2)

WFLV/West Palm Beach – 90.7 K-Love – Contemporary Christian – 5/16/17 – Monika Kelly – 49 (part 2 of 2)

WFLZ/Tampa – Z93 – Oldies – 10/31/88 – Jon Anthony – 47

WFLZ/Tampa – Z93 – Oldies – 5/27/89 – Mark Myers – 48

WFLZ/Tampa – Z93 – Oldies (with occasional CHR stunt preceding 9/25/89 flip to CHR) – 9/21/89 – Mark Larsen – 58

WFLZ/Tampa – 93 Jamz – CHR (Oldies “Z93” flips to CHR for one hour to fake-out crosstown CHR WRBQ/Q105 preceding WFLZ’s real flip to CHR on 9/25/89 as “Power 93, The Power Pig”) – 9/22/89 – Mark Larsen – 60

WFLZ/Tampa – Power 93, The Power Pig – CHR – 9/90 – Big Woody – 44

WFLZ/Tampa – Power 93, The Power Pig – CHR – 7/91 – Kevin Michaels – 47

WFLZ/Tampa – Power 93, The Power Pig – CHR – 1/29/93 – Marty McFly/Hawk Harrison (morning show) – 24

WFLZ/Tampa – 93-3 FLZ, The New Music Revolution – CHR – 4/97 – Brian Fink – 95

WFUN/South Miami – Fun 79 – Top 40 – 7/30/68 – Composite – 17

WFUN/South Miami – Fun 79 – Top 40 – 5/74 – Russ Oasis – 46

WHBO/Tampa – 1040 WHBO – Oldies – 12/6/89 – Howard Hewes – 46

WHDR/Miami – 93 Rock – Active Rock – 3/22/06 – Erin – 78

WHDR-HD2/Miami – Party 93-1 – First day with the return of "Party 93-1" on HD-2 (Dance) – 3/24/08 – 93

WHEW/Riviera Beach-West Palm Beach – Sweet 16 (1600) – Top 40 – 5/25/66 – Chris Edwards – 230 minutes (7-11 p.m.)

WHEW/Riviera Beach-West Palm Beach – Sweet 16 (1600) – Top 40 – 5/25/66 – Chris Edwards – 57 minutes (part 1 of the longer aircheck listed above)

WHEW/Riviera Beach-West Palm Beach – Sweet 16 (1600) – Top 40 – 5/25/66 – Chris Edwards – 58 minutes (part 2 of the longer aircheck listed above)

WHEW/Riviera Beach-West Palm Beach – Sweet 16 (1600) – Top 40 – 5/25/66 – Chris Edwards – 58 minutes (part 3 of the longer aircheck listed above)

WHEW/Riviera Beach-West Palm Beach – Sweet 16 (1600) – Top 40 – 5/25/66 – Chris Edwards – 58 minutes (part 4 of the longer aircheck listed above)

WHLG (later WMBX)/Jensen Beach-West Palm Beach – Mix 102.3 – Hot AC – 2/12/97 (third day in format) – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WHLG (later WMBX)/Jensen Beach-West Palm Beach – Mix 102.3 – Hot AC – 2/12/97 (third day in format) – 48 (part 2 of 2)

WHLG/Port St. Lucie-Stuart – Coast 101.3 – AC – 9/24/99 – Gary Williams – 47

WHPT/Sarasota-Tampa – 102.5 The Point – Adult Album Alternative (AAA) – 8/2/92 – Gary Ballinger (part 1 of 2) – 60

WHPT/Sarasota-Tampa – 102.5 The Point – Adult Album Alternative (AAA) – 8/2/92 – Gary Ballinger (part 2 of 2) – 60

WHQT/Coral Gables (Miami) – Hot 105 – CHR/Rhythmic – 5/88 – “Mad” Mike Bell – 41

WHQT/Coral Gables (Miami) – Hot 105 – Urban AC (The Quiet Storm) – 3/22/06 – Freddie Cruz – 78

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – Top 40 – 1974 – Cox on the Radio – 31

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – Top 40 – 3/25/74 – Banana Joe Montione – 79

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – Top 40 – 12/24/74 – Jay Marks – 71

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – Top 40 – 4/4/75 – Cox on the Radio – 46 (part 1 of 2)

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – Top 40 – 4/4/75 – Cox on the Radio – 44 (part 2 of 2)

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – Top 40 – 3/78 – Tanner in the Morning – 62

***WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – Top 40 – 3/7/78 – Kid Curry – 62

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – Top 40 – 1/1/81 – Fast Bobby – 32

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – Top 40 – 11/5/81 – Tanner in the Morning – 31

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – CHR – 2/5/83 – Cox on the Radio – 42 (part 1 of 2)

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – CHR – 2/5/83 – Cox on the Radio – 40 (part 2 of 2)

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – CHR – 8/22/84 – Robert W. Walker – 47 (part 1 of 2)

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – CHR – 8/22/84 – Robert W. Walker – 47 (part 2 of 2)

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – CHR – 3/18/87 – Rick Stacy – 44

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – CHR – 3/24/87 – Cadillac Jack – 47

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – The New Y-100 – CHR – 1988 – Kid Curry/JJ Walker – 31

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – Adult CHR – 4/92 – Bobby and Footy – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – Adult CHR – 4/92 – Bobby and Footy – 48 (part 2 of 2)

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – CHR (live to air from club Confetti, disco/classic dance) –10/30/92 – Al Chio – 20

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – CHR – 11/30/96 – Kenny Walker – 46

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – CHR – 12/99 – Suzy Tavarez – 48

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – CHR – 12/5/99 – Suzy Tavarez – 48

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – CHR – 10/15 – 60 (part 1 of 3)

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – CHR – 10/15 – 60 (part 2 of 3)

WHYI/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – CHR – 10/15 – 60 (part 3 of 3)

WIKX/Charlotte Harbor – Kix Country 92.9 – Country – 11/2/03 – Larry T. – 47

WILN/Panama City – Island 106 – CHR – 5/14/95 – Sean Phillips – 31

WILV/St. Petersburg/Tampa – Love 101.5 – Love Songs/AC (station launch) – 7/17/97 – 81

WILV/St. Petersburg/Tampa – Love 101.5 – Love Songs/AC – 1/26/98 – Nick Swan – 32 (part 1 of 2)

WILV/St. Petersburg/Tampa – Love 101.5 – Love Songs/AC – 1/26/98 – Nick Swan – 27 (part 2 of 2)

WINZ/Miami – 940 WINZ – NewsTalk – 8/24/92 (Hurricane Andrew coverage) – Dave Graveline – 93

WINZ-FM/Miami Beach – I-95 – Top 40 – 2/81 – 71 (several unscoped segments) 

WINZ-FM/Miami Beach – I-95 – CHR – 3/25/83 – Dennis Reese – 43 (part 1 of 2)  

WINZ-FM/Miami Beach – I-95 – CHR – 3/25/83 – Dennis Reese/Earl the Pearl – 43 (part 2 of 2)

WINZ-FM/Miami Beach – I-95 – CHR – 9/18/84 – Cox on the Radio – 31 (part 1 of 2)

WINZ-FM/Miami Beach – I-95 – CHR – 9/18/84 – Cox on the Radio – 31 (part 2 of 2)

WIRK/West Palm Beach – 1290 WIRK – Top 40 – 1968 – Jolly Rodger – 21

WIRK/West Palm Beach – 107-9 WIRK – Country – 7/25/05 – Captain Tim – 59

WIRK/West Palm Beach – 107-9 WIRK – Country – 5/31/12 10:57pm – final hour before format moved to 103.1 and 107.9 became AC “Sunny” (which moved from 104.3, which temporarily became WMSF…see below for WMSF) – 38

WIRK/West Palm Beach – 107-9 WIRK/Sunny 107-9 – Country to AC (WIRK moves to 103.1 and Sunny 104.3 moves to 107.9) – 6/1/12 12am – 37

WISP/Holmes Beach-Sarasota – Wisp 98.7 – Soft AC – 12/26/97 – 47 (part 1 of 2)

WISP/Holmes Beach-Sarasota – Wisp 98.7 – Soft AC – 12/26/97 – 48 (part 2 of 2)

WISP/Holmes Beach-Tampa – Wild 98.7 – Rhythmic CHR – 5/98 – 47 (part 1 of 2)

WISP/Holmes Beach-Tampa – Wild 98.7 – Rhythmic CHR – 5/98 – 47 (part 2 of 2)

WISP/Holmes Beach-Tampa – Wild 98.7 – Rhythmic CHR – 5/17/98 – 47 (part 1 of 2) (different from 5/98 airchecks above)

WISP/Holmes Beach-Tampa – Wild 98.7 – Rhythmic CHR – 5/17/98 – 47 (part 2 of 2) (different from 5/98 airchecks above)

WJBW/Jupiter-West Palm Beach-WPBI/Delray Beach – AM 1000/AM 1420, Jukebox Radio – Adult Standards/Soft AC – 11/5/01 – 21 (during the format's first day back on the air after being dropped from WJBW-FM 106.3 two weeks earlier by WJBW-FM's then-owner, CBS Radio – heavy static throughout, but still listenable)

WJBW-FM/Jupiter-West Palm Beach – Jukebox 99.5/Jukebox Radio – Adult Standards – 7/30/99 – 47 (part 1 of 2)

WJBW-FM/Jupiter-West Palm Beach – Jukebox 99.5/Jukebox Radio – Adult Standards – 7/30/99 – 47 (part 2 of 2)

WJBW-FM/Jupiter-West Palm Beach – Jukebox 106.3 – Adult Standards/Soft AC – 9/1/01 – Dave Heiss – 72 (part 1 of 2)

WJBW-FM/Jupiter-West Palm Beach – Jukebox 106.3 – Adult Standards/Soft AC – 9/1/01 – Gary Murphy – 71 (part 2 of 2)

WJBW-FM/Jupiter-West Palm Beach – Jukebox 106.3 – Adult Standards/Soft AC – 9/2/01 – Dave Heiss – 77

WJBW-FM/Jupiter-West Palm Beach – Mix 106.3 – Modern AC – 11/25/01 – Jeff Clarke – 75

WJBW-FM/Jupiter-West Palm Beach – Mix 106.3 – Modern AC – 11/25/01 – 72

WJBW-FM/Jupiter-West Palm Beach – Mix 106.3 – Modern AC – 12/2001 – 33 – Jesse Kage

WJBW-FM/Jupiter-West Palm Beach – Mix 106.3 – Modern AC – 12/2001 – 48 – Scott Davidson

WJBW-FM/Jupiter-West Palm Beach – The New B106.3 – Urban AC – 3/31/02 – 47 (part 1 of 2)

WJBW-FM/Jupiter-West Palm Beach – The New B106.3 – Urban AC – 3/31/02 – 47 (part 2 of 2)

WJHM/Daytona Beach (Orlando) – 102 Jamz – Rhythmic CHR – 8/12/90 – Joe Nasty – 48

WJHM/Daytona Beach (Orlando) – 102 Jamz – Rhythmic CHR – 7/25/94 – Cedric Hollywood – 47

WJNA/Boynton Beach-West Palm Beach – Unforgettable 1040 WJNA (ABC "Stardust") – Adult Standards – 8/31/97 – Jack Davis – 47

WJNA/Boynton Beach-West Palm Beach – Unforgettable 1040 WJNA – Soft AC/Standards – Last day on 1040 before switch later that day to 640 AM (swap with Religious WLVJ) – 11/28/02 – 47 (part 1 of 2)

WJNA/Boynton Beach-West Palm Beach – Unforgettable 1040 WJNA – Soft AC/Standards – Last day on 1040 before switch later that day to 640 AM (swap with Religious WLVJ) – 11/28/02 – 47 (part 2 of 2)

WJNA/Royal Palm Beach-West Palm Beach – 640 WJNA – Soft AC/Standards – 9/27/05 – Joyce Kaufman – 80

WJNA/Royal Palm Beach-West Palm Beach – 640 WJNA – Soft AC/Standards – 9/28/05 – Joyce Kaufman – 80 (part 1 of 2)

WJNA/Royal Palm Beach-West Palm Beach – 640 WJNA – Soft AC/Standards – 9/27/05 – Joyce Kaufman – 80 (part 2 of 2)

WJNO/Boynton Beach-West Palm Beach – Newsradio 1040 WJNO – NewsTalk – Talk show with Randi Rhodes, discussing WJNO’s impending frequency swap with 1290/WBZT among other things, such as offering sister WIOD in Miami her program for free – 1/13/00 – Randi Rhodes – 45

WKEY/Key West – 93.7 The Mix – Classic Hits – 10/22/15 – Pam Gottfried – 60

WKGR/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – 98.7 The Gater – Classic Rock – 7/25/05 – Keith Van Allen – 58

WKRO-FM/Port Orange-Daytona Beach – 93 Kro-FM – Alternative – 3/1/96 – 48

WKRO-FM/Port Orange-Daytona Beach – 93 Kro-FM – Alternative – 2/28/97 – Tripp – 47

WKRO-FM/Port Orange-Daytona Beach – US-93 – Country – 6/02 – 61

WKTK/Crystal River (Gainesville/Ocala) – 98-5 KTK – AC – 11/11/03 – Les Howard – 43

WKTK/Crystal River (Gainesville/Ocala) – 98-5 KTK – AC – 11/25/04 – Camille Somers – 41

WLAZ/Naples – Lazer 93 – CHR – 7/6/89 – 32

WLAZ/Naples – Z93 – CHR – 8/10/90 – Phil Bankmen – 33

WLDI/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – Wild 95-5 – CHR – 1/31/99 – jockless – 47

WLDI/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – Wild 95-5 – CHR – 2/6/99 – Dave Duran – 46

WLDI/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – Wild 95-5 – CHR – 3/22/04 – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WLDI/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – Wild 95-5 – CHR – 3/22/04 – 48 (part 2 of 2)

WLDI/Juno Beach-West Palm Beach – Wild 95-5 – CHR – 7/2/16 – Eddie E. – 46

WLDI/Juno Beach-West Palm Beach – Wild 95-5 – CHR – 8/2/17 – Carmine Gialanella – 49

WLOQ/Winter Park (Orlando) – 103.1 WLOQ – Smooth Jazz – 7/21/98 – Patricia James – 47

WLQY (later WHYI)/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – Top 40 – 8/3/73 6:30am (30 minutes after launch) – Roby Yonge – 21

WLQY (later WHYI)/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100 – Top 40 – 8/3/73 first night on the air – Bill Steadman – 20

WLVE/Miami Beach – Love 94 – Smooth Jazz – 11/27/98 – 31 (part 1 of 2)

WLVE/Miami Beach – Love 94 – Smooth Jazz – 11/27/98 – 31 (part 2 of 2)

WLYF/Miami – 101.5 Lite FM – AC – 9/27/05 – Ellen Jaffe – 80

WMBX/Jensen Beach-West Palm Beach – Mix 102.3 – Hot AC – 6/4/00 – Gary Williams – 58

WMBX/Jensen Beach-West Palm Beach – Mix 102.3 – Hot AC – 9/4/00 – 31 (part 1 of 2)

WMBX/Jensen Beach-West Palm Beach – Mix 102.3 – Hot AC – 9/4/00 – 31 (part 2 of 2)

WMBX/Jensen Beach-West Palm Beach – X102-3 – Hip Hop/R&B – 10/23/01 (station launch, as Hot AC “Mix 102.3” moved to WJBW-FM 106.3 to become “Mix 106.3”) – 47

WMBX/Jensen Beach-West Palm Beach – X102-3 – Hip Hop/R&B – 10/28/01 – jockless – 72

WMBX/Jensen Beach-West Palm Beach – X102-3 – Hip Hop/R&B – 10/28/01 (different aircheck) – jockless – 73

WMBX/Jensen Beach-West Palm Beach – X102-3 – Urban AC – 11/19/13 – Friscoe – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WMBX/Jensen Beach-West Palm Beach – X102-3 – Urban AC – 11/19/13 – Friscoe – 48 (part 2 of 2)

WMBX-HD2/Jensen Beach-West Palm Beach/W242CI Jupiter-West Palm Beach – Beatz 96-3 – Hip-Hop (station launch) – 6/5/15 4pm – 46 (part 1 of 2)

WMBX-HD2/Jensen Beach-West Palm Beach/W242CI Jupiter-West Palm Beach – Beatz 96-3 – Hip-Hop (during station’s first day) – 6/5/15 – 48 (part 2 of 2)

WMBX-HD2/Jensen Beach-West Palm Beach/W242CI Jupiter-West Palm Beach – Beatz 96-3 – Hip-Hop – 6/8/15 – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WMBX-HD2/Jensen Beach-West Palm Beach/W242CI Jupiter-West Palm Beach – Beatz 96-3 – Hip-Hop – 6/8/15 – 49 (part 2 of 2)

WMBX-HD2/Jensen Beach-West Palm Beach/W242CI Jupiter-West Palm Beach – Beatz 96-3 – Hip-Hop – 6/26/15 – 49

WMGE/Fort Lauderdale – Mega 103-5 – 70s, 80s Oldies – 7/99 – Lady D. – 46

WMGE/Fort Lauderdale – Mega 103-5 – 70s, 80s Oldies – 12/5/99 – Nina Santos – 63

WMGE/Fort Lauderdale – Mega 103-5 – 70s, 80s Oldies – 7/20/00 – Al Chio – 53

WMIX (WAXY)/Fort Lauderdale – Mix 105.9 – AC – 5/31/91 – TK O’Grady – 47

WMIX (WAXY)/Fort Lauderdale – Mix 105.9 – AC – 6/3/91 – Mike Roberts – 41

Also visit my 96X/WMJX Miami tribute site at 96xmiami.com!

WMJX/Miami – 96X – Top 40 – 3/77 – “The Boy Wonder” (Stuart Elliott) – 59

WMJX/Miami – 96X – Top 40 – 3/9/77 – Frank Reed/Kid Curry – 46

WMJX/Miami – 96X – Top 40/AC – 3/16/78 – Tom Kent – 45

WMJX/Miami – 96X – Top 40/AC – 3/20/78 – Jack Forsythe – 47

WMJX/Miami – 96X – Top 40/AC – 3/24/78 – Jefferson Stone – 44

WMJX/Miami – 96X – Top 40/AC – 5/78 – Jack Forsythe – 94

WMJX/Miami – 96X – Top 40/AC – 5/78 – Jefferson Stone – 47 (part 1 of 2)

WMJX/Miami – 96X – Top 40/AC – 5/78 – Jefferson Stone – 47 (part 2 of 2)

WMJX/Miami – Disco 96 – 7/21/79 – Frank Walsh – 44

WMSF/West Palm Beach – AC "Sunny 104.3" becomes Smooth AC WMSF "Smooth FM", a temporary format while the station awaited a move into the Miami market – 6/1/12 – Just after debut of new (temporary) "Smooth FM" format – 62

WMSF/West Palm Beach – Smooth FM 104.3 – Smooth AC – 6/21/12 – jockless – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WMSF/West Palm Beach – Smooth FM 104.3 – Smooth AC – 6/21/12 – jockless – 27 (part 2 of 2)

WMSF/West Palm Beach – Smooth FM 104.3 – Smooth AC – 8/28/12 (second-to-last day before flip to simulcast of Sports WAXY/790 Miami) – jockless – 49 (part 1 of 2)

WMSF/West Palm Beach – Smooth FM 104.3 – Smooth AC – 8/28/12 (second-to-last last day before flip to simulcast of Sports WAXY/790 Miami due to sale from CBS to LFM) – jockless – 27 (part 2 of 2)

WMSF/West Palm Beach – Smooth FM 104.3 – Smooth AC – 8/29/12 (last day before flip to simulcast of Sports WAXY/790 Miami due to sale from CBS to LFM) – jockless – 65 (part 1 of 3)

WMSF/West Palm Beach – Smooth FM 104.3 – Smooth AC – 8/29/12 (last day before flip to simulcast of Sports WAXY/790 Miami due to sale from CBS to LFM) – jockless – 64 (part 2 of 3) 

WMSF/West Palm Beach – Smooth FM 104.3 – 8/29/12 (last day before flip to simulcast of Sports WAXY/790 Miami due to sale from CBS to LFM – includes the end of “Smooth FM” and the beginning of WAXY-AM “790 The Ticket” simulcast as WAXY-FM “104.3 The Ticket”) – jockless – 62 (part 3 of 3) 

WMXJ/Pompano Beach-Fort Lauderdale – Magic 102.7 – Classic Hits (70s) – 10/15 – Tom Kent – 70

WMYQ/Miami – 96 WMYQ – Top 40 – 12/15/71 – Johnny Dark – 45

WMYQ/Miami – 96 WMYQ – Top 40 – 5/23/72 – J. Michael Stone – 36

WNFI/Daytona Beach – I-100 – CHR – 11/24/90 – Andrew Eric – 46

WNFI/Daytona Beach – I-100 – CHR – 11/24/90 – Tim Travis – 46

WNLT/Tampa – Lite Rock 95.7 – AC – 8/88 – Steve Michaels – 47

WNUE-FM/Deltona-Orlando – La Nueva 98.1 – Spanish CHR – 6/02 – 61

WOLL/Hobe Sound-West Palm Beach – Kool 105-5 – AC – 7/2/16 – Skip Kelly – 47

WOMX-FM/Orlando – Mix 105.1 – Hot AC – 8/13/90 – Dave Kelly – 45

WOMX-FM/Orlando – Mix 105.1 – Hot AC – 9/19/96 – Dana Taylor – 91

WOTW/Windermere-Orlando – 103-1 The Wolf – Country – 2/22/17 – The Chad Show – 62

WOVV/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – 95.5 WOVV – CHR – 11/6/89 – Hurricane Wayne – 47

WOVV/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – 95.5 WOVV – CHR – 6/26/91 – Quick Nick Elliot – 47

WOVV/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – Star 95.5 – Rhythmic CHR – 10/93 – 40 (several unscoped segments plus a few minutes of a live Saturday night club disco broadcast from WTPX/Fort Lauderdale AC “Tropics 106.7”)

WOVV/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – Star 95.5 – CHR (Running a Top 300 Summertime Songs of All Time countdown) – 9/94 (Labor Day Weekend) – K-Tron – 21

WOVV/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – Star 95.5 – Churban – 6/95 – Dr. Mix (Hot 9 at 9 countdown) – 40

WOVV/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – Star 95.5 – Churban – 6/95 – Slammin’ Sonny – 45

WOVV/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – Country 95.5 – Country – 11/95 (days after flipping from CHR on 11/22/95) – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WOVV/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – Country 95.5 – Country – 11/95 (days after flipping from CHR on 11/22/95) – 48 (part 2 of 2)

WOVV/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – Country 95.5 – Country – 11/27/95 (5 days after flipping from CHR on 11/22/95) – 31

WPBB/Holmes Beach-Tampa Bay – B98.7 – AC – 3/12/17 – 53

WPBZ/Indiantown-West Palm Beach – 103.1 The BUZZ – Alternative – 11/1/98 – Mark Summers/Cindy Wallace; Includes live cut-ins from Buzz Bake Sale '98 festival/concert at West Palm Beach's Coral Sky Amphitheater featuring Guest MC Dickie Barrett of the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, interviews with Modern Rock artists Soul Coughing, and the Goo Goo Dolls – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WPBZ/Indiantown-West Palm Beach – 103.1 The BUZZ – Alternative – 11/1/98 – Mark Summers/Cindy Wallace; Includes live cut-ins from Buzz Bake Sale '98 festival/concert at West Palm Beach's Coral Sky Amphitheater featuring Guest MC Dickie Barrett of the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, interviews with Modern Rock artists Soul Coughing, and the Goo Goo Dolls – 48 (part 2 of 2)

WPBZ/Indiantown-West Palm Beach – Now 103.1 – Adult CHR – 5/31/12 10:57pm (final hour before flip to Country WIRK, which moved from 107.9) – 38

WPBZ/Indiantown-West Palm Beach – Now 103.1 – Adult CHR – 5/31/12 (End of Adult CHR “Now 103.1”, station becomes Country WIRK, which moved from 107.9) – 36

WPLL/Fort Lauderdale – station transitions from “The New 103-5” to “103.5 Planet Radio” (see WSHE below) – Modern AC – 7/18/96 – 58

WPLL/Fort Lauderdale – 103-5 The Planet – Modern AC – 10/97 – Lane Reeves – 30

WPLL/Fort Lauderdale – 103-5 The Planet – Modern AC – 10/28/97 – Archer/Brandy Strange – 47

WPLL/Fort Lauderdale – 103-5 The Planet – Hot AC – 4/11/98 – Archer/Michael Jamrock – 46

WPLL/Fort Lauderdale – Planet 103 – Modern AC – 6/98 – Brandy Strange – 47

WPLL/Fort Lauderdale – Planet 103 – Modern AC – 8/10/98 – Archer – 47

WPLL/Fort Lauderdale – Mega 103-5 – 70s, 80s Oldies – 7/1/99 (first day on air, change not included) – 47 (part 1 of 2)

WPLL (later WMGE)/Fort Lauderdale – Mega 103-5 – 70s, 80s Oldies – 7/1/99 (first day on air, change not included) – 48 (part 2 of 2)

WPOI/St. Petersburg-Tampa – Hot 101.5 – CHR – 12/23/14 – 99

WPOW/Miami – Power 96 – Rhythmic CHR – 9/2/96 – Cox on the Radio – 47

WPOW/Miami – Power 96 – Rhythmic CHR – 11/27/96 – Joe Nasty – 47

WPOW/Miami – Power 96 – Rhythmic CHR – 11/30/96 – Tony the Tiger – 47

WPOW/Miami – Power 96 – Rhythmic CHR – 5/4/97 – Joe Nasty/DJ Rene (mix) – 32 (part 1 of 2)

WPOW/Miami – Power 96 – Rhythmic CHR – 5/4/97 – Joe Nasty/DJ Rene (mix) – 26 (part 2 of 2)

WPOW/Miami – Power 96 – Rhythmic CHR – 9/1/01 – DJ Holiday – 46

WPOW/Miami – Power 96 – Rhythmic CHR – 9/1/01 – DJ Laz – 45

WPOW/Miami – Power 96 – Rhythmic CHR – 7/21/05 – Lucy Lopez – 66

WPOW/Miami – Power 96 – Rhythmic CHR – 8/4/16 (30th anniversary programming) – Ya Chica Ivy – 48 (part 1 of 2) – contains heavy static at times

WPOW/Miami – Power 96 – Rhythmic CHR – 8/4/16 (30th anniversary programming) – Ya Chica Ivy – 48 (part 2 of 2) – contains heavy static at times

WPYM/Miami – Party 93-1 – Dance – 8/7/03 – 75

WPYM/Miami – Party 93-1 – Dance – 10/11/04 – 94

WPYO/Apopka (Orlando) – 95-3 Party – Rhythmic CHR – 5/18/00 – D-Nice – 27

WPYO/Apopka (Orlando) – 95-3 Party – Rhythmic CHR – 11/20-21/00 – Mojavi – 76

WQAM/Miami – 560 WQAM – Top 40 – 7/23/57 (Early on in the life of Miami's legendary Top 40 AM) – Gene Weed – 31

WQAM/Miami – 560 WQAM – Top 40 – 10/22/64 – Charlie Murdock – 47

WQAM/Miami – 560 WQAM – SportsTalk – 4/1/14 – Marc Hochman and Zach Krantz (first show) – 177

WRBQ/Tampa – Q105 – Top 40 – 5/75 – Jim Jackson – 24

WRBQ/Tampa – Q105 – Top 40 – 12/81 – Cat Sommers – 35

WRBQ/Tampa – Q105 – Top 40 – 6/82 – Mason Dixon –32

WRBQ/Tampa – Q105 – CHR – 11/28/86 – Q-Morning Zoo – 64

WRBQ/Tampa – Q105 – CHR – 8/88 – Brian Christopher – 47

WRBQ/Tampa – Q105 – CHR – 8/88 – Jojo Walker – 47

WRBQ/Tampa – Q105 – CHR – 6/91 – Johnny D. – 47

WRBQ/Tampa – Q105 – Country – 4/16/02 – 2 days before the end of Q105. Includes announcements that the station will move to “Country 92.5" – 93

WRBQ/Tampa – Q105/Oldies 104.7 – Country-to-Oldies format swap with WYUU/92.5 – 4/18/02 – Last 15 minutes of “Q105,” followed by a short montage of old Q105 bits from the ’80s. Then, Mason Dixon kicks off the new “Oldies 104.7." Also see WYUU 4/18/02 below for 92.5’s format switch that was happening at the same time.

WRBQ/Tampa – Oldies 104.7 – Oldies/Classic Hits – 10/31/04 – Bobby Rich – 55

WRBQ/Tampa – Oldies 104.7 WRBQ/Q105 – Oldies/Classic Hits – 7/13/05 – John Kelly – 50

WRLX/West Palm Beach – Relax 92.1 – Soft AC – 7/28/98 – Lorna O’Connell – 47 (part 1 of 2)

WRLX/West Palm Beach – Relax 92.1 – Soft AC – 7/28/98 – Lorna O’Connell – 34 (part 2 of 2)

WRLX/West Palm Beach – 92X – Urban Oldies – 8/1/99 – 63

WRLX/West Palm Beach – Planet Radio 92.1 – Alternative – 12/22/00 (during first night of format) – 48

WRLX/West Palm Beach – Planet Radio 92.1 – Alternative – 2002 – 25

WRLX/West Palm Beach – Planet Radio 92.1/Smooth Jazz 92.1 WRLX – Alternative to Smooth Jazz format flip (as part of a series of Clear Channel frequency and format flips in the market during that month) – 12/13/02 – 48

WRLX/West Palm Beach – Smooth Jazz 92.1 WRLX – Smooth Jazz – 12/02 – Doug Lindsey – 48

WRLX/West Palm Beach – Mia 92.1 – Spanish Hot AC – 8/2/17 – “Super” and Jaylah Sandoval – 49

WRLX-HD2/West Palm Beach-W227CX North Palm Beach – Wave 92.7 – Country – 1/19/16 (first night of the station simulcasting sister WAVW/Stuart) – 35 (part 1 of 2)

WRLX-HD2/West Palm Beach-W227CX North Palm Beach – Wave 92.7 – Country – 1/19/16 (first night of the station simulcasting sister WAVW/Stuart) – 49 (part 2 of 2)

WRMF/Palm Beach – FM 98 WRMF – AC – 1/80 – jockless (station still in launch mode) – 31 (part 1 of 2)

WRMF/Palm Beach – FM 98 WRMF – AC – 1/80 – jockless (station still in launch mode) – 31 (part 2 of 2)

WRMF/Palm Beach – FM 98 WRMF – AC – 6/80 – Don Wright – 31

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – AC – 5/30/91 – Mary Franco – 47

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – AC – 5/31/91 – Ken LeMann – 47

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – AC – 5/31/91 – Champions of Breakfast – 46 (part 1 of 2)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – AC – 5/31/91 – Champions of Breakfast – 47 (part 2 of 2)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – AC – 4/27/92 – Dandy Don Wright – 47 (part 1 of 2)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – AC – 4/27/92 – Dandy Don Wright – 47 (part 2 of 2)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – AC – 4/28/92 – Kevin Kitchens & Jennifer Ross / Russ Morley – 47

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – AC – 5/1/92 – Buddy O’Hara – 47 (part 1 of 2)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – AC – 5/1/92 – Buddy O’Hara – 44 (part 2 of 2)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – AC – 5/1/92 – Kevin Kitchens & Jennifer Ross – 47

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – AC – 5/1/92 – Dandy Don Wright – 46 (part 1 of 2)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – AC – 5/1/92 – Dandy Don Wright – 46 (part 2 of 2)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – AC – 7/30/98 – Murphy in the Morning (music removed) – 75

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – AC – 2/2/99 – Ken LeMann – 47

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – Hot AC – 9/25/00 – Robin Garrett – 47

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – Hot AC (Wayback Weekend) – 7/24/05 – Michael Jamrock – 72 (part 1 of 5)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – Hot AC (Wayback Weekend) – 7/24/05 – Michael Jamrock – 80 (part 2 of 5)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – Hot AC (Wayback Weekend) – 7/24/05 – Michael Jamrock – 79 (part 3 of 5)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – Hot AC (Wayback Weekend) – 7/24/05 – Michael Jamrock – 54 (part 4 of 5)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – Hot AC (Wayback Weekend) – 7/24/05 – Michael Jamrock – 47 (part 5 of 5)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – Hot AC – 1/15/07 – Tracy St. George (first show) – 74 (part 1 of 3)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – Hot AC – 1/15/07 – Tracy St. George (first show) – 80 (part 2 of 3)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – Hot AC – 1/15/07 – Tracy St. George (first show) – 79 (part 3 of 3)

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – Hot AC – 7/29/14 5:45am – KVJ Show launches – 48

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – Hot AC – 7/29/14 – KVJ Show (later during their first morning on the station) – 48

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – Hot AC – 7/29/14 – KVJ Show (even later during their first morning on the station) – 48

WRMF/Palm Beach – 97-9 WRMF – Hot AC – 7/2/16 – Dave Brewster – 45

WRUB/Sarasota-Tampa – Rumba 106.5 – Spanish Tropical – 5/29/17 – Gaby Calderon –68

WRXB/St. Pete Beach-Tampa – 1590 WRXB – Urban AC – 10/12/01 – 47

WSFS/Miramar (Miami/Fort Lauderdale) – 104.3 The Shark – Alternative – 10/15 – 60 (part 1 of 3)

WSFS/Miramar (Miami/Fort Lauderdale) – 104.3 The Shark – Alternative – 10/15 – 61 (part 2 of 3)

WSFS/Miramar (Miami/Fort Lauderdale) – 104.3 The Shark – Alternative – 10/15 – 78 (part 3 of 3)

WSHE/Fort Lauderdale – stunting into “The New 103-5” (Modern AC) – 5/2/96 – 43

WSHE/Fort Lauderdale – The New 103-5 – launch of Modern AC format – 5/2/96 – 43

WSHE-FM/Fort Lauderdale – first day with “Variety 103-5” name – Variety Hits – 4/15/13 – 48

WSJT-HD2/Holmes Beach-Tampa Bay – WSJT 98.7 – Smooth Jazz – 8/1/12 – 54

WSJT-HD2/Holmes Beach-Tampa Bay – WSJT 98.7 – Smooth Jazz – 7/31/13 – 44

WSRF/Fort Lauderdale – 1580 WSRF – Top 40 – 8/7/71 – Johnny Dark – 46

WSRF/Fort Lauderdale – 1580 WSRF – Top 40 – 7/12/72 – Paul Christie – 60

WSTU/Stuart – 1450 WSTU – Classic Hits/Oldies – 9/23/99 – Jeremy Grant – 47

WSVU/North Palm Beach-W240CI/North Palm Beach-W295BJ/Jupiter – Seaview Radio – Adult Standards/Classic Hits – 5/20/14 – Mike Balsamo – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WSVU/North Palm Beach-W240CI/North Palm Beach-W295BJ/Jupiter – Seaview Radio – Adult Standards/Classic Hits – 5/20/14 – Mike Balsamo – 47 (part 2 of 2)

WSVU/North Palm Beach-W240CI/North Palm Beach-W295BJ/Jupiter – Seaview Radio – Adult Standards/Classic Hits – 9/7/14 – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WSVU/North Palm Beach-W240CI/North Palm Beach-W295BJ/Jupiter – Seaview Radio – Adult Standards/Classic Hits – 9/7/14 – 49 (part 2 of 2)

WSVU/North Palm Beach-W240CI/North Palm Beach-W295BJ/Jupiter – Seaview Radio (in transition to format shift and rebranding as 95-9 The Palm) – Soft AC/Classic Hits – 9/25/14 – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WSVU/North Palm Beach-W240CI/North Palm Beach-W295BJ/Jupiter – Seaview Radio (in transition to format shift and rebranding as 95-9 The Palm) – Soft AC/Classic Hits – 9/25/14 – 48 (part 2 of 2)

WSVU/North Palm Beach-W240CI/North Palm Beach-W295BJ/Jupiter – 95-9 The Palm – Soft AC – 7/2/16 – 46 (part 1 of 2)

WSVU/North Palm Beach-W240CI/North Palm Beach-W295BJ/Jupiter – 95-9 The Palm – Soft AC – 7/2/16 – 47 (part 2 of 2)

WSVU/North Palm Beach-W240CI/North Palm Beach-W295BJ/Jupiter – 95-9 The Palm – Soft AC – 5/20/17 – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WSVU/North Palm Beach-W240CI/North Palm Beach-W295BJ/Jupiter – 95-9 The Palm – Soft AC – 5/20/17 – 48 (part 2 of 2)

WSVU/North Palm Beach-W240CI/North Palm Beach-W295BJ/Jupiter – 95-9 The Palm – Soft AC – 8/1/17 – 47

WTMI/Miami – Classical 93.1 – Classical – Next to last "Music Of The Night" classical request show....It was to have been the last "Music of the Night," and the last night of Marlin Broadcasting owning WTMI, but host Bonnie Berman finds out (near the end of the show) that the new owners will not yet take over, and her show has been given one day's worth of a reprieve....After midnight (and with Marlin not having a plan on what to do after midnight, since Cox was to have taken over), WTMI/beethoven.com webmasters Sohail Fazluddin and Joe Cassara come in and play some classics – 7-11/12-00 – 75

WTMI/Miami – Classical 93.1 – Classical – Turnover of station's ownership from Marlin Broadcasting, to Cox Broadcasting.....This almost was to be a format change, but public outcry kept that from happening, and Cox promised to try to make the format work ...Ends with the last "Music of the Night,” host Bonnie Berman does a farewell, and an announcement from outgoing owner Marlin Broadcastingºs Chief Woody Tanger. The ID follows, and then an announcement/promo by Cox Miami VP Bob Green inviting listeners to hear and give input on the "New WTMI"...Aircheck is jockless from that point on...Under Cox, the station remained classical for a year, but several programs and hosts did not make the transition – 7-12/13-00 – 75

WTMI/Miami – 93.1 FM flips from Classical to Dance "The New Party 93-1" after 30 years – 12/31/01 – 360

Breakdown of aircheck:

Hour 1: Lyn Farmer and Dee Silvers. "Bach And Roll" morning show. Lyn and Dee Reminisce, take a couple of calls. Ads from irate sponsors saying goodbye from WTMI, the prerecorded announcement from WTMI GM Mike Disney announcing the format change airs, and towards the end of the hour, Farmer and Silvers are 'kicked out' live on the air, although only they are heard.

Hour 2: Jockless Classical music with regular WTMI Sweepers.

Hour 3: Last 25 minutes of WTMI's Classical format, the National Anthem (which was a recent staple of WTMI), silence, and vo guy Eric Edwards introduces the new format. "The Fat Lady Sings", literally, and “Party 93-1” begins.

Hours 4-6: first hours of "Party 93-1". Call letters are still legally WTMI, and not yet WPYM. Jockless, as the station would be in its' 3 years of existence, until becoming "93 Rock" in 2/05 following the demise of 94.9 Zeta.

WTRS/Dunnellon (Gainesville-Ocala) – Thunder Country 102.3 – Country – 1/29/12 – Robb Stewart – 46

WTRU/Jupiter-West Palm Beach – 99.5 WTRU – Adult Standards – 1/27/90 – 48

WTVJ/Miami – NBC6 – Analog shutoff – Recorded from 87.7 FM.  Includes the last 27 minutes of local news and programming, then the broadcast abruptly switches to "Nightlight" programming instructing how to continue to receive digital TV signals – 6/12/09 – 39

WUUB/Jupiter-West Palm Beach – B106.3 – Urban AC (end of format into stunting due to station sale and flip next day to ESPN Radio) – 2/25/13 11:30pm  – 48

WUUB/Jupiter-West Palm Beach – B106.3 – stunting (end of stunting from Urban AC, beginning of ESPN format) – 2/26/13 4:48pm – 48

WVYB/Holly Hill-Daytona Beach – 103-3 The Vibe – Rhythmic CHR – 11/27/99 – Conner – 47

WWLV/Riviera Beach-West Palm Beach – Love 94.3 – Smooth Jazz – 5/27/99 – Billy Raven – 47 (part 1 of 2)

WWLV/Riviera Beach-West Palm Beach – Love 94.3 – Smooth Jazz – 5/27/99 – Billy Raven – 47 (part 2 of 2)

WWLV/Riviera Beach-West Palm Beach – Love 94.3 – Smooth Jazz – 11/01 – Trevor Fitzgerald – 27

WWRM/St. Petersburg-Tampa – Warm 107 FM – Soft AC – 8/88 – 47

WWRM/Tampa – Warm 94.9 – AC – 7/21/98 – Greg Evans – 46

WXDJ/Homestead-Miami – 95.7 The Breeze – NAC – 1/24/90 (One month before station’s demise) – Jim Jackson – 47

WXDJ/Homestead-Miami – 95.7 The Breeze – NAC – 2/90 (Last week on air as an English Language station. Features announcements explaining station will go Spanish the following week, and redirecting listeners to new (and now defunct) Smooth Jazz station WLVE 93.9) – Stu Grant – 26

WXFG/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach/WTPX Jupiter – The All New Frog 95-5 and 105-5 – Country – 6/98 – Eric Chaney – 32

WXFG/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – Thunder Country 95.5 (stunt format leading up to the launch of CHR WiLD 95-5 on 8/14/98) – Country – 7/31/98 and 8/1/98 (two separate segments) – 35 (part 1 of 2)

WXFG/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – Thunder Country 95.5 (stunt format leading up to the launch of CHR WiLD 95-5 on 8/14/98) – Country – 8/1/98 – 48 (part 2 of 2)

WXFG (later WLDI)/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – Station flips from Country to CHR as “WiLD 95-5” – 8/14/98 – 48 (part 1 of 3)

WXFG (later WLDI)/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – CHR – WiLD 95-5 – 8/14/98 (during first day of format) – 48 (part 2 of 3)

WXFG (later WLDI)/Fort Pierce-West Palm Beach – CHR – WiLD 95-5 – 8/14/98 (during first day of format) – 48 (part 3 of 3)

WYFX/Boynton Beach – Foxy 1040 – Urban AC – 8/26/96 – 46 (part 1 of 2)

WYFX/Boynton Beach – Foxy 1040 – Urban AC – 8/26/96 – 46 (part 2 of 2) – sunset (heavy static)

WYUU/Safety Harbor-Tampa – U92 – Classic Hits/Oldies – 4/16/02 – 2 days before the end of “U92.” Includes announcements that the station will become “Oldies 104.7” (format/frequency swap with WRBQ – see above) – Marvelous Marvin – 94

WYUU/Safety Harbor-Tampa – Station flips from Classic Hits “U92.5” to Country as “Country 92.5” (format swap with sister station WRBQ 104.7/Q105) – 4/18/02 – 61

WYUU/Safety Harbor-Tampa – Country 92.5 – Country – 4/18/02 (first day with the format) – 60

WYUU/Safety Harbor-Tampa – Outlaw 92-5 – Country – 4/4/05 – 29

WZFL/Islamorada-South Miami-W228BV/Fort Lauderdale-W228BY/Miami-WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – Revolution 935 – Dance/Rhythmic CHR – 8/2/17 – During the station’s first day on WBGF (recorded on WBGF) – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WZFL/Islamorada-South Miami-W228BV/Fort Lauderdale-W228BY/Miami-WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – Revolution 935 – Dance/Rhythmic CHR – 8/2/17 – During the station’s first day on WBGF (recorded on WBGF) – 48 (part 2 of 2)

WZFL/Islamorada-South Miami-W228BV/Fort Lauderdale-W228BY/Miami-WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – Revolution 935 – Dance/Rhythmic CHR – 8/3/17 – “The Hot Mess” morning show (recorded on WBGF) – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WZFL/Islamorada-South Miami-W228BV/Fort Lauderdale-W228BY/Miami-WBGF/Belle Glade-West Palm Beach – Revolution 935 – Dance/Rhythmic CHR – 8/3/17 – “The Hot Mess” morning show (recorded on WBGF) – 49 (part 2 of 2)

WZNE/Clearwater-Tampa – Z98 – CHR – 8/83 – 31

WZTA/Miami Beach – Zeta 4 – Classic Rock – 1988 – Casey McCoy – 32

WZTA/Miami Beach – 94.9 Groovy FM – All 70s April Fools stunt on normally Alternative 94-9 Zeta – 4/1/99 – Julia Gulia (actually 94.9 Zeta jock Julie Guy) – 32 (part 1 of 2)

WZTA/Miami Beach – 94.9 Groovy FM – All 70s April Fools stunt on normally Alternative 94-9 Zeta – 4/1/99 – Julia Gulia (actually 94.9 Zeta jock Julie Guy) – 32 (part 2 of 2)

WZTA/Miami Beach – 94.9 Groovy FM – All 70s April Fools stunt on normally Alternative 94-9 Zeta – 4/1/99 – Kimmy Tyler (actually 94.9 Zeta jock Kimba) – 32 (part 1 of 2)

WZTA/Miami Beach – 94.9 Groovy FM – All 70s April Fools stunt on normally Alternative 94-9 Zeta – 4/1/99 – Kimmy Tyler (actually 94.9 Zeta jock Kimba) – 32 (part 2 of 2)

WZZR/Port St. Lucie-Stuart – Z93 – CHR – 6/26/91 – Veronica Knight – 47

WZZR/Port St. Lucie-Stuart – Real Talk 92.7 ZZR (Classic Rock Weekends) – 9/26/99 – 46 (part 1 of 2)

WZZR/Port St. Lucie-Stuart – Real Talk 92.7 ZZR (Classic Rock Weekends) – 9/26/99 – 45 (part 2 of 2)

GEORGIA

W250BC-WNNX-HD3/Atlanta – 99X @ 97.9 – Alternative (legendary station returns to terrestrial radio after signing off from 99.7FM on 1/25/08) – 4/17/09 – 47 (part 1 of 2)

W250BC-WNNX-HD3/Atlanta – 99X @ 97.9 – Alternative (legendary station returns to terrestrial radio after signing off from 99.7FM on 1/25/08) – 4/17/09 – shortly after launch – 47 (part 2 of 2)

W250BC-WNNX-HD3/Atlanta – stunting and launch of All-80s “Journey 97-9” – 6/17/11 – 47 (part 1 of 2)

W250BC-WNNX-HD3/Atlanta – launch of All-80s “Journey 97-9” – 6/17/11 – 47 (part 2 of 2)

W250BC-WNNX-HD3/Atlanta – Q100 Top 20 on 97.9 – CHR countdown – 9/4/12 (first night of format) – 47 (part 1 of 2)

W250BC-WNNX-HD3/Atlanta – Q100 Top 20 on 97.9 – CHR countdown – 9/4/12 (first night of format) – 47 (part 2 of 2)

W250BC-WNNX-HD3/Atlanta – OG 97-9 – Classic Hip-Hop – 1/27/17 – 81

***W255CJ-WWWQ-HD2/Atlanta – Warm 98-9 – AC (stunt/micro-format on the way to the return of legendary Alternative 99X on 1/1/16) – 12/29/15 – 158

WAFS/Atlanta – Biz 1190 – Business/Talk – 8/30/10 – 47

WAPW/Atlanta – Power 99 – CHR – 3/3/89 – John Rockin’ Reed – 42

WAPW/Atlanta – CHR “Power 99” becomes Alternative WNNX “99X” – 10/26/92 – 38

WARM-FM/Atlanta – Power 99.7 – CHR – 8/87 – Kim Matthews – 45

WBTS/Athens-Atlanta – 95-5 The Beat – Rhythmic CHR – 4/28/01 – Kannon – 61 (part 1 of 2)

WBTS/Athens-Atlanta – 95-5 The Beat – Rhythmic CHR – 4/28/01 – Kannon – 61 (part 2 of 2)

WBTS/Athens-Atlanta – 95-5 The Beat – Rhythmic CHR – 2/23/10 – Mama Chula – 46

WFSH-FM/Athens-Atlanta – 104.7 The Fish – Contemporary Christian – 2/24/10 – Mike Stout – 47

WHJX/Brunswick – 101-5 Channel X – Alternative/Churban – 6/14/94 – Rex – 47

WHJX/Brunswick – 101-5 Channel X – Alternative/Churban – 6/19/94 – Johnny D. – 47

WHTA/Fayetteville (Atlanta) – Hot 97-5 – Hip-Hop – 9/4/97 (Phat 7@7 – All Master-P songs) – Chris Lova Lova (later known as rapper Ludacris) – 32

WHTA/Fayetteville (Atlanta) – Hot 97-5 – Hip-Hop – 5/22/98 (Memorial Day Mega Mix) – featuring jock Chris Lova Lova (later known as rapper Ludacris) – 61

WHTA/Fayetteville (Atlanta) – Hot 97-5 – Hip-Hop – 5/25/98 (Future Flavas) – featuring jock Chris Lova Lova (later known as rapper Ludacris) – 29 (part 1 of 2)

WHTA/Fayetteville (Atlanta) – Hot 97-5 – Hip-Hop – 5/25/98 (Future Flavas) – featuring jock Chris Lova Lova (later known as rapper Ludacris) – 28 (part 2 of 2)

WHTA/Fayetteville (Atlanta) – Hot 97-5 – Hip-Hop – 9/7/99 (Phat 7@7) – featuring jock Chris Lova Lova (later known as rapper Ludacris) – 46

WHTA/Fayetteville (Atlanta) – Hot 97-5 – Hip-Hop – 7/00 (9 o’clock cut-up) – featuring jock Chris Lova Lova (later known as rapper Ludacris) – 46

WHTA/Fayetteville (Atlanta) – Hot 97-5 – Hip-Hop – 7/00 (different day) (9 o’clock cut-up) – featuring Chris Lova Lova (later known as rapper Ludacris) – 41

WHTA/Hampton (Atlanta) – Hot 107-9 – Urban – 6/25/09 (Michael Jackson tribute programming) – 63

WNNX/Atlanta – Alternative 99X prepares to sign off from 99.7 as sister CHR Q100 WWWQ moves to 99.7 from 100.5 FM – 1/25/08 – 45 (part 1 of 2)

WNNX-WWWQ/Atlanta – Alternative 99X signs off from 99.7 as sister CHR Q100 WWWQ moves to 99.7 from 100.5 FM – 1/25/08 – 45 (part 2 of 2)

WQPW/Valdosta – Power 96 – CHR – 8/7/91 – Dave Lyons – 30 (part 1 of 2)

WQPW/Valdosta – Power 96 – CHR – 8/7/91 – Dave Lyons – 31 (part 2 of 2)

WQXI/Atlanta – 94Q – CHR – 10/3/83 – Gary McKee – 47

WQXI/Atlanta – CHR “94Q” flips to Hot AC WSTR “Star 94” – 11/15/89 – 35

WZGC/Atlanta – Z-93 – CHR – 9/84 – Steve Maple – 44

WZGC/Atlanta – Z-93 – CHR – 8/31/87 – Charles Henry – 46

HAWAII

KDDB/Waipahu (Honolulu) – 102.7 Da Bomb – Rhythmic CHR – 2/26/08 – 81

KGMQ/Honolulu – QFM (93.1) – Top 40 – 4/14/75 – Captain Cook – 46

ILLINOIS

WLIT/Chicago – Lite FM 93.9 – AC – 6/13/94 – 32

WLS/Chicago – Musicradio 89 WLS – Top 40 – 6/12/75 – John Records Landecker – 63

WNUA/Chicago – WNUA 95.5/Mega 95.5 – Smooth Jazz/Spanish CHR (final hour of Smooth Jazz format and the switch to Spanish) – 5/22/09 – 71

WSEX/Arlington Heights-Chicago – WSEX 92.7 – CHR (Top 10) – 8/25/87

WUBT/Chicago – Jammin’ Oldies “103.5 The Beat” flips to CHR “Kiss 103.5” – 62

IOWA

KQKQ/Council Bluffs-Omaha, NE – Sweet 98 – Top 40 – 4/16/82 – Supermouth (Alan Bone) – 31

KQKQ/Council Bluffs-Omaha, NE – Sweet 98 – Top 40 – 4/16/82 – Woody – 31

KQKQ/Council Bluffs-Omaha, NE – Sweet 98 – CHR – 8/11/93 – Dancin’ Dave Swan – 47

KQKQ/Council Bluffs-Omaha, NE – Sweet 98 – CHR – 7/5/01 – Geller – 46

LOUISIANA

WCDV/Hammond (Baton Rouge) – The New 103-3, Music for Generation X – 90s and 2000s Oldies – 2/19/10 – 81

WTIX/New Orleans – WTIX – Top 40 – 5/21/67 – Buzz Bennett – 61

***WWL/New Orleans – Big 870 WWL – NewsTalk (Hurricane Katrina recovery coverage) – 9/10/05 – 47 (part 1 of 2)

***WWL/New Orleans – Big 870 WWL – NewsTalk (Hurricane Katrina recovery coverage) – 9/10/05 – 47 (part 2 of 2)

MAINE

***WCSO/Portland – Ocean 98 – AC – 9/91 – Mary Turner – 47

MARYLAND

WHFS/Bowie-Baltimore-Washington D.C. – 99.1 HFS – Alternative – 9/18/95 – Tom Terrell – 49 (static throughout but audible)

WKHI/Ocean City – 100 KHI – CHR – 9/88 – Flash Phelps – 62

WKHI/Ocean City – 100 KHI – CHR – 4/28/89 – Chris Kelly – 60

WWZZ/Waldorf – Z104 – CHR – 12/8/99 – Matthew Blades – 47

WWZZ/Waldorf – Z104 – CHR – 12/9/99 – Matthew Blades – 47

MASSACHUSETTS

WBMX/Boston – Mix 98.5 – Hot AC – 11/29/97 – Joel LeMarti – 47 (part 1 of 2)

WBMX/Boston – Mix 98.5 – Hot AC – 11/29/97 – Joel LeMarti – 46 (part 2 of 2)

MICHIGAN

WPLT/Detroit – Planet 96.3 – Classic Alternative – 9/26/99 – Foster – 95

MISSISSIPPI

WYOY/Jackson – Y101 – CHR – 2/8/97 – 47

MISSOURI

WMLL/St. Louis – 104-1 The Mall – 80s/90s Classic Hits – 11/17/00 – Tony Colombo – 91

NEBRASKA

KQKY/Kearney – Hits 106 – CHR – 11/9/98 (6:50 p.m.) – Bruce Taylor – 46

KQKY/Kearney – Hits 106 – CHR – 11/9/98 (9:45 p.m.) – Bruce Taylor – 46

KQKY/Kearney – Hits 106 – CHR – 4/21/03 (Pepsi Top 9 at 9) – 47

KQKY/Kearney – Hits 106 – CHR – 8/30/10 – Kid Cory – 80

KRGI-FM/Grand Island-Kearney – Country 96 – Country – 4/21/03 – Dave Nolan – 45

KRGI-FM/Grand Island-Kearney – Country 96 – Country – 4/23/03 – 43

KRNY/Kearney – Y102 – Country – 4/30/03 – Scott and Bill – 47

KRNY/Kearney – Y102 – Country – 8/30/10 – DJ Becci – 80

NEVADA

KWNZ/Carson City (Reno) – 97-3 K-Wins – CHR – 11/6/01 – 47

KWNZ/Lovelock (Reno) – 106-3 Pop FM – Rhythmic AC – 5/20/13 – 193

KWNZ/Lovelock (Reno) – 106-3 Pop FM – Rhythmic AC – 5/21/14 – 337

KYLI/Bunkerville (Las Vegas) – Jelli 96-7 – Listener-controlled Rhythmic CHR – 5/22/14 – 20

KYLI/Bunkerville (Las Vegas) – Jelli 96-7 – Listener-controlled Rhythmic CHR – 5/23/14 – 56

NEW JERSEY

WHTZ/Newark – Z100 – CHR – 8/2/83 (first day) – 44 (part 1 of 2)

WHTZ/Newark – Z100 – CHR – 8/2/83 (first day) – 44 (part 2 of 2)

WHTZ/Newark – Z100 – CHR – 8/2/83 (first day) – 63 (different aircheck)

WHTZ/Newark – Z100 – CHR – 8/2/88 – 5th Anniversary broadcast – 426

WVNJ/Newark – FM 100 WVN-Joy – Easy Listening – 8/1/83 (final day before leaving the air and returning the next day as soon-to-be-legendary CHR WHTZ/Z100) – 47

NEW YORK

WABC/New York – 77 WABC – AC – 4/26/82 – Dan Ingram – 52

WABC/New York – Station flips from Top 40 “Musicradio 77” to NewsTalk “77 WABC” – 5/10/82 – 44

***WABC/New York – NewsTalk 77 WABC – NewsTalk – 9/11/01 8.47am – 193

WBIX (later WTJM)/New York – The New 105-1, New York’s Jammin’ Oldies – 12/4/98 (first day of format; launch not included) – Al Bandeiro – 56 (part 1 of 3)

WBIX (later WTJM)/New York – The New 105-1, New York’s Jammin’ Oldies – 12/4/98 (first day of format; launch not included) – Al Bandeiro – 55 (part 2 of 3)

WBIX (later WTJM)/New York – The New 105-1, New York’s Jammin’ Oldies – 12/4/98 (first day of format; launch not included) – Al Bandeiro – 37 (part 3 of 3)

WBIX (later WTJM)/New York – The New 105-1, New York’s Jammin’ Oldies – 12/4/98 (first day of format; launch not included) – Carol Ford – 191

WDBZ/New York – 105.1 The Buzz – Modern AC – 5/22/97 – Avi Love – 47

WKTU/New York – Disco 92 – Disco – 2/24/79 – 60 (part 1 of 2)

WKTU/New York – Disco 92 – Disco – 2/24/79 – Randy Place – 60 (part 2 of 2)

WKTU/New York – 92 KTU – Top 40/Disco – 1980 – Rosko/Paco – 30

WKTU/New York – 92 KTU – Top 40/Disco – 10/8/81 – Rosko – 44

WKTU/New York – 92 KTU – CHR – 2/13/84 – Paco – 33

WKTU/Lake Success (New York) – 103-5 The New KTU – Rhythmic CHR – 4/18/96 – Hollywood Hamilton – 46 – (part 1 of 2)

WKTU/Lake Success (New York) – 103-5 The New KTU – Rhythmic CHR – 4/18/96 – Hollywood Hamilton – 46 – (part 2 of 2)

WKTU/Lake Success (New York) – 103-5 KTU – Rhythmic CHR – 7/99 – Johnny/Vicious – 83

WKTU/Lake Success (New York) – 103-5 KTU – Rhythmic CHR – 1/1/00 – Joey Clifton – 47 (part 1 of 2)

WKTU/Lake Success (New York) – 103-5 KTU – Rhythmic CHR – 1/1/00 – Joey Clifton – 47 (part 2 of 2)

WLTW/New York – 106.7 Lite FM – AC – 10/87 – Valerie Smaldone – 40 (part 1 of 2)

WLTW/New York – 106.7 Lite FM – AC – 10/87 – Valerie Smaldone – 40 (part 2 of 2)

WLTW/New York – 106.7 Lite FM – AC – 11/14/90 – Valerie Smaldone – 51

WLTW/New York – 106.7 Lite FM – AC – 1/16/04 – Valerie Smaldone – 117

WNBC/New York – 66 WNBC – AC – 8/30/82 – Howard Stern (first day) – 47

WNBC/New York – 66 WNBC – AC – 2/3/84 – Howard Stern – 32

WNBC/New York – 66 WNBC – AC – 2/24/84 – Howard Stern – 45

WNBC/New York – 66 WNBC – AC – 12/84 – Howard Stern – 46

WNBC/New York – 66 WNBC – AC – 7/29/85 – Howard Stern – 48 (part 1 of 2)

WNBC/New York – 66 WNBC – AC – 7/29/85 – Howard Stern – 43 (part 2 of 2)

WPLJ/New York – Power 95 – CHR – 10/10/86 – Willie B. Goode – 47

WQCD/New York – CD 101.9 – Smooth Jazz – 8/88 – Mike Harris – 46

WQCD/New York – CD 101.9 – Smooth Jazz – 8/88 – Jack Spector – 45

WQCD/New York – CD 101.9 – Smooth Jazz – 1/29/97 – Jim Kerr – 47

WQCD/New York – CD 101.9 – Smooth Jazz – 11/22/04 – Paul Cavalconte – 76

WQCD/New York – CD 101.9 – Smooth Jazz – 11/22/04 – Paul Cavalconte/Deborah Rath – 77

WQCD/New York – Smooth Jazz “CD 101.9” transitions to New York Chill format – 11/22/04 –Deborah Rath/Blake Lawrence – 74

WQCD/New York – CD 101.9 – New York Chill – 12/15/04 – Batt Johnson – 68

WQHT/New York – Hot 103 – Rhythmic CHR – 6/87 – Stevens and Grdnic – 45 (part 1 of 2)

WQHT/New York – Hot 103 – Rhythmic CHR – 6/87 – Stevens and Grdnic – 40 (part 2 of 2)

WQHT/New York – Hot 103 – Rhythmic CHR – 8/87 – Rufus/Al Bandiero – 46

WQHT/New York – Hot 97 – Rhythmic CHR – 5/89 – Tim Byrd – 47

WQHT/New York – Hot 97 – Rhythmic CHR – 10/18/89 – Bill Lee – 47

WQHT/New York – Hot 97 – Urban – 6/18/14 – Angie Martinez (final show before moving to WWPR/New York “Power 105.1” on 7/17/14 – see WWPR listing below) – 50 (talksets only)

WRKS-FM/New York – 98.7 Kiss FM – Heritage Urban AC station flips to ESPN 98.7 – 4/29/12 – 109

WWPR/New York – Power 105.1 – Urban – 7/17/14 – Angie Martinez (first show since leaving WQHT/New York “Hot 97” on 6/18/14 – see WQHT 2014 listing above) – 54 (talksets and DJ Suss One mix)

WXRK/New York – 92.3 K-Rock – 9/11/01 – Howard Stern (9/11 as “breaking news”) – 59 (part 1 of 2)

WXRK/New York – 92.3 K-Rock – 9/11/01 – Howard Stern (9/11 as “breaking news”) – 40 (part 2 of 2)

WXRK/New York – 92.3 K-Rock – 12/16/05 – Howard Stern's final terrestrial radio show – 191

WYNY/New York – 97 WYNY – AC – 9/1/86 – 47

WYNY/New York – 97 WYNY flips from AC to Country – 6/30/87 – Lisa Taylor – 64 (part 1 of 2)

WYNY/New York – Country 97FM – 7/1/87 (first hour of format following flip from AC – see above) – Mike McCann – 53 (part 2 of 2)

WYNY/New York – “Country 97” WYNY moves to 103.5 as Rhythmic CHR WQHT “Hot 103” moves to 97.1 – 9/22/88 – 46

WYNY/Lake Success-New York – 103.5 YNY – Country – 2/1/96 – Dan Daniel – 45

WYNY/Lake Success-New York – 103.5 YNY – Country – 2/3/96 – Randy Davis – 45

OREGON

***KBBT-FM/Portland – 107dot5 The Beat – Modern AC – 2/24/97 – 94

***KZRC/Portland – 1010 Z-Rock – Satellite Active Rock – 8/88 – Boobie Bondage – 46

PENNSYLVANIA

WCAU-FM/Philadelphia – 98 Now – Top 40 – 9/25/81 – Terry Young – 31

WDRE/Jenkintown-Philadelphia – Format change – Last 45 minutes of WDRE's 'Bitterfest', a live-to-air concert honoring the alternative station's last day on the air…Station plays "Alive" from Pearl Jam (their first song as an alternative station); the concert-goers yelling 'DRE, DRE' heard in the background…and then silence – 2/8/97 – 46 (part 1 of 2)

WDRE/Jenkintown-Philadelphia – The New 103.9 – 70s R&B – The first 45 minutes of "The New 103.9" (Old school 70s R & B) – 2/9/97 – 46 (part 2 of 2)

WEGX/Philadelphia – Heritage CHR “Eagle 106” flips to “Smooth Jazz WJJZ 106.1FM” – 3/12/93 – 62

WKTQ/Pittsburgh – 13Q – Top 40 – 3/4/77 – Rick Hughes – 63

WSNI-FM/Philadelphia – Sunny 104-5 – AC – 8/9/06 – Donna Rowland – 82

RHODE ISLAND

WWLI/Providence – Lite Rock 105 – AC – 7/15/02 – Heidi West – 47

TENNESSEE

WJXB-FM/Knoxville – B97.5 – AC – 6/18/03 – Jennifer Alexander – 63

WKIM/Munford (Memphis) – The New 98.9, Music for Generation X – 90s Oldies – 4/9/10 – 81

TEXAS

KASE/Austin – KASE 101 – Country – 3/7/06 – Erin Austin – 60

KBFB/Dallas – B97.9 – AC – 11/1/99 – Amy Austin – 47

KCHX/Midland – Power 106.7 – CHR – 12/96 – 45 (part 1 of 2)

KCHX/Midland – Power 106.7 – CHR – 12/96 – 45 (part 2 of 2)

KDGE/Gainesville-Dallas – 94-5 The Edge – Alternative – 6/30/89 (first day of format; launch not included) – 40

KDGE/Fort Worth-Dallas – 102-1 The Edge – 4/16/04 – Alternative – 46 (part 1 of 2)

KDGE/Fort Worth-Dallas – 102-1 The Edge – 4/16/04 – Alternative – 46 (part 2 of 2)

KFMK/Round Rock-Austin – Jammin’ 105-9 – Rhythmic Oldies – 5/16/02 – “Steve” – 47 (part 1 of 2)

KFMK/Round Rock-Austin – Jammin’ 105-9 – Rhythmic Oldies – 5/16/02 – “Steve” – 47 (part 2 of 2)

KHFI/Austin-Georgetown – K98/96.7 – CHR – 9/15/90 – Jay Michaels – 93

KJXK/San Antonio – 102.7 Jack FM – Variety Hits – 7/2/16 – 123

KLIF/Dallas – 1190 KLIF – Top 40 – Coverage of JFK’s arrival in Dallas on 11/22/63 – 53 (part 1 of 3)

KLIF/Dallas – 1190 KLIF – Top 40 – Coverage of JFK’s assassination on 11/22/63 – 60 (part 2 of 3)

KLIF/Dallas – 1190 KLIF – Top 40 – Coverage of the immediate aftermath of JFK’s assassination on 11/22/63 – 75 (part 3 of 3)

KLTY/Arlington-Dallas-Fort Worth – 94.9 KLTY – Contemporary Christian – 5/1/06 – Frank Reed – 80

KMPQ/Rosenberg (Houston) – KidStar Radio Network – Children’s CHR – network's last day on the air – 2/19/97 – 45

KROI/Houston – All-News “News 92” (stunting as All-Beyonce “B92”) flips to Classic Hip-Hop “Boom 92” – 10/13/2014 – 104

KTXQ/Dallas-Fort Worth – Station simulcasts New York City Rhythmic CHR “103-5 The New KTU” as stunt leading up to a flip to Rhythmic Oldies as “Magic 102” – 8/31/98 – 47

KTXQ/Dallas-Fort Worth – Magic 102 – Rhythmic Oldies (during first day in the format) - 9/1/98 – 47

***KXBT/Leander-Austin – 98-9 – AAA format preview (KXBT was acquired by the University of Texas to pair with KUT 90.5 Austin. This is a music preview of the new AAA format that ran for several days before it officially launched with new KUTX call letters on 1/2/13) – 12/29/12 – 81

VERMONT

WXXX/Burlington – 95 Triple X – CHR – 9/30/88 – The Wild One – 47 (part 1 of 2)

WXXX/Burlington – 95 Triple X – CHR – 9/30/88 – The Wild One – 47 (part 2 of 2)

WASHINGTON

KJR/Seattle – 950 KJR – Top 40 – 6/9/79 – Gary Lockwood – 30

***KNDD/Seattle – 107-7 The End – Classic Alternative (first day of format) – 12/18/03 – 80

KRQI/Seattle – 96.5 K-Rock – Classic Alternative – 12/8/04 – 155

KUBE/Seattle – KUBE 93 – CHR – 9/3/88 – Hollywood Humphries/Spring Allen – 46 (part 1 of 2)

KUBE/Seattle – KUBE 93 – CHR – 9/3/88 – Hollywood Humphries/Spring Allen – 45 (part 2 of 2)

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS

WZIN/Charlotte Amalie, USVI/San Juan, PR – 104-3 The Buzz – Rock – 1/9/07 – Webb/Amy C. – 61

SATELLITE RADIO

Sirius Howard 100 – 1/9/06 – Howard Stern’s first show on Sirius – 318

NEIL ROGERS (SOME SCOPING OF COMMERCIALS, ETC.)

WIOD/Miami – 610 WIOD – NewsTalk – 11/7/88 – Neil Rogers’ talk show debuts on WIOD – 162

WIOD/Miami – 610 WIOD – NewsTalk – 3/1/96 – Neil Rogers celebrates his 20th anniversary of broadcasting in Miami – 179

WQAM/Miami – SportsRadio 560 WQAM – SportsTalk – 12/30/97 – Neil Rogers debuts on WQAM after sitting out a 7-month non-compete agreement with crosstown rival WIOD – 48 (part 1 of 4)

WQAM/Miami – SportsRadio 560 WQAM – SportsTalk – 12/30/97 – Neil Rogers debuts on WQAM after sitting out a 7-month non-compete agreement with crosstown rival WIOD – 48 (part 2 of 4)

WQAM/Miami – SportsRadio 560 WQAM – SportsTalk – 12/30/97 – Neil Rogers debuts on WQAM after sitting out a 7-month non-compete agreement with crosstown rival WIOD – 63 (part 3 of 4)

WQAM/Miami – SportsRadio 560 WQAM – SportsTalk – 12/30/97 – Neil Rogers debuts on WQAM after sitting out a 7-month non-compete agreement with crosstown rival WIOD – 63 (part 4 of 4)

WQAM/Miami – SportsRadio 560 WQAM – SportsTalk – 6/12/09 – Neil Rogers’ final show – 123 (part 1 of 2)

WQAM/Miami – SportsRadio 560 WQAM – SportsTalk – 6/12/09 – Neil Rogers’ final show – 117 (part 2 of 2)

OTHER RADIO

***Associated Press/AP – Space Shuttle Challenger disaster coverage – 1/28/86 – 47 (part 1 of 2)

***Associated Press/AP – Space Shuttle Challenger disaster coverage – 1/28/86 – 47 (part 2 of 2)

TV 

MTV – aircheck of regular programming – 1984 – JJ Jackson – 40

***WTVJ-4/Miami – Hurricane Andrew coverage (was simulcast on WHYI-FM 100.7/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100) – 8/24/92 – 31

***WTVJ-4/Miami – Hurricane Andrew coverage clips (was simulcast on WHYI-FM 100.7/Fort Lauderdale – Y-100) – 8/24/92 – 21