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WJGL


Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WJGL
Updated: 2017-05-23T06:55Z
WJGL
WJGL logo.png
CityJacksonville, Florida
Broadcast areaJacksonville, Florida
Branding96-9 The Eagle
SloganJacksonville's Classic Hits of the 70s, 80s, and more
Frequency96.9 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Translator(s)106.1 W291CI (Jacksonville, relays HD2)
First air date1969 (as WPDQ-FM)
FormatClassic Hits
HD2: Urban contemporary "Power 106.1"
ERP100,000 watts
HAAT309 meters
ClassC
Facility ID53590
Transmitter coordinates30°16′34.00″N 81°33′53.00″W / 30.2761111°N 81.5647222°W / 30.2761111; -81.5647222
Callsign meaningJacksonville
EaGLe
Former callsignsWPDQ-FM (1969-1975)
WAIV-FM (1975-1990)
WKQL (1990-2005)
AffiliationsAP Radio
OwnerCox Radio, Inc.
Sister stations
WebcastListen Live (96.9 The Eagle)
Listen Live (HD2 - Power 106.1)
Listen Live via TuneIn (HD2 - Power 106.1)
Website969theeagle.com
power1061.com (HD2)

WJGL (96.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Classic Hits format. Licensed to Jacksonville, Florida, USA, the station serves the Jacksonville area. The station is currently owned by Cox Media Group.[1] The station's studios are located in Jacksonville's Southside section, and the transmitter is in the Arlington section.

History

The station had the callsign WPDQ-FM (co-owned with 600/WPDQ) from 1969 to 1975, then WAIV FM 97, with an AOR format until August 1978. On January 1, 1990, the station changed its call sign to WKQL, and carried an oldies format as "Cool 96.9." In January 2005, the station flipped to a classic hits format (similar to WXGL down in Tampa, heavily based on 1970s rock, with some 1980s songs and a few 1960s songs.][2]

By 2012, following the flip of Clear Channel Communications' WJGH from classic hits to adult hits, WJGL became the market's only classic hits station.


Past On-Air Jocks:

  • Don Garrard 2005-2006
  • Scott Walker 2005-2007
  • Jodi Stewart 2005-2006
  • John Thomas 2006-2008
  • Michelle Michaels 2007-2009
  • Andy Meyer 2007-2010
  • Chris Rhoads 2008-2012
  • Todd Shannon 2010–2016


Current On-Air Jocks:

  • Aaron 2013–present
  • Cassidy 2016-present
  • Matt Ray 2007–present


Program Directors:

  • Scott Walker (December 2004 - April 2007)
  • Andy Meyer (April 2007 - October 2010)
  • Todd Shannon (October 2010 - January 2013)
  • Aaron (January 2013 – present)

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