WMJZ-FM 101.5 Gaylord
Slogan/Positioner: Eagle 101.5; We Play Everything
Format: Variety Hits (Classic Hits/Hot Adult Contemporary/Country/Oldies hybrid)
Web site: www.radioeaglegaylord.com
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Power/Height/Class: 50,000 watts / 492 feet / C2
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Call Sign History:
- WMJZ-FM: 7/13/1987
- WZXM-FM: 1/11/1984
- WEGS: 4/30/1982 (not used on-air)
Call Sign Origin: Majic 95 (previous format)
On Air Date: February 20th, 1984
Owner: Darby Advertising
Telephone: (989) 732-2341
- early 2006: Format change from Oldies to Variety Hits as 'Eagle 101.5, We Play Everything'.
- 7/2002: Former sister station WSNQ-AM 900 has license cancelled by FCC. Station had been silent for a long period prior to license cancellation.
- 8/2001: Construction permit granted to change from Class A (6,000 watts @ 325 feet) to Class C2 (50,000 watts @ 492 feet). License to cover granted February, 2004.
- 10/1999: Frequency shift from 95.3 to 101.5 'Oldies 101.5'.
- 2/1999: Format change from hot adult contemporary to satellite fed oldies as 'Oldies 95.3'.
- 10/9/1998: The FCC approves an application to change frequency from 95.3 FM to 101.5 FM.
- 1998: Morning Dove sells to Darby Advertising, owned by Kent Smith.
- 1997: Format change to Hot Adult Contemporary as "Z95".
- 10/1996: Classic Radio sells WMJZ-FM and WSNQ to Morning Dove, Inc.
- 1990: Simulcast of WMJZ-FM and AM ends; AM 900 becomes WSNQ and takes on news talk-format. FM becomes "Majic 95.3" with adult contemporary format.
- 1987: Classic Radio, Inc., a group of local investors headed by William Rolinski, purchases WATC AM 900 and WZXM-FM 95.3. Format is adult contemporary/standards/oldies simulcast on both stations.
- 6/1986: Barr Broadcasting sells WZXM-FM/AM to Steve Monkiewicz.
- 2/20/1984: Station signs on with Contemporary Hit Radio format as WZXM-FM. Sister station WZXM AM 900 carried an adult contemporary format. Both stations were owned by Barr Broadcasting Corporation.