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The Essentials

Call Letters: WTFX
Frequency: 93.1fm
City of License: Clarksville
Metro(s): Louisville, Kentucky
Power: 2150 watts @ 387 feet (Class A)
Format: Alternative
Address: P.O. Box 37840, Louisville, Kentucky 40233-7840
Address: 4000 Radio Drive, Suite 1, Louisville, KY 40218-4568
Phone: 502.479.2222
Ownership: Clear Channel Communications, Inc.
Web Presence: http://foxrocks.iheart.com

Station Personnel

Current

Mornings: "Rover's Morning Glory" (6am - 10am) (Syndicated from WMMS in Cleveland, Ohio)
Middays: Wendy Rollins (10am - 3pm)
Afternoons: Shannon The Dude (3pm - 6pm)
Nights: Mudd (6pm - 9pm)
Nights: Ian (9pm - 12am)
Overnights: Shroom (12am - 6am)

Former

WQSH-FM

WYBL-FM

VP/Market Manager: Earl Jones (October 6, 2003 - ?) (From GM at WJLB and WMXD in Detroit, Michigan)
VP/GM: Bill Gentry (Now Senior VP with parent Clear Channel Communications, Inc.)
GSM: Doug James (? - September 2000) (Now GSM at Blue Chip/Louisville)
SM: Gene Guinn
PD: C.C. Mathews
Mornings: John Boy & Billy (5am - 9am) (From WRFX in Charlotte, North Carolina) (September 2000 - ?)

WJZL-FM

VP/Market Manager: Earl Jones (October 6, 2003 - ?) (From GM at WJLB and WMXD in Detroit, Michigan)

WTFX-FM

Mornings: Mudd (6am - 10am)
Middays: Aly (10am - 3pm)
Afternoons: Klinger (3pm - 7pm)
Nights: Loveline (10pm - 12am)
Overnights: Mel Taylor (12am - 5am)

Station History

93.1fm signed on in 1998.

WQSH-FM

WYBL-FM

Owned by Clear Channel Communications, Inc. with studios at 4000 Radio Drive, Suite 1, Louisville, KY 40218-4568 (Telephone: 502.479.2222). WYBL flipped formats from country to jazz on May 29, 2003.

WJZL-FM

Owned by Clear Channel Communications, Inc. with studios located at 4000 Radio Drive, Suite 1, Louisville, KY 40218-4568 (Telephone: 502.479.2222). On August 10, 2005, the jazz format disappeared, replaced by Classic Rock. The call letters changed to WTFX.

WTFX-FM




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