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The Essentials

Call Letters: WQMF
Frequency: 95.7fm
City of License: Jeffersonville
Metro(s): Louisville, Kentucky
Power: 28,500 watts @ 644 feet (Class B)
Format: Classic Rock
Address: P.O. Box 37840, Louisville, KY 40233-7840
Address: 4000 Radio Drive, Suite 1, Louisville, KY 40218-4568
Phone: 502.479.2222
Ownership: iHeartMedia, Inc.
Web Presence: http://wqmf.iheart.com

Station Personnel

Current

SM: Kevin Hughes (GSM: 1997 - 2000)
MD: Mel Rexroat
Mornings: "The Bob and Tom Show" (syndicated from WFBQ) (5am - 10am)
Mornings: "Harley" (6am - 10am) (Producer)
Middays: Tony Vanetti (10am - 3pm)
Afternoons: Shannon The Dude (4pm - 7pm)
Nights: Nikki Sixx ("Sixx Sense") (7pm - 12am)
Overnights: Doc Reno (12am - 5am)

Former

VP/GM: Bill Gentry (Now Senior VP with parent Clear Channel Communications, Inc.)
VP/Market Manager: Earl Jones (October 6, 2003 - Current) (From GM at WJLB and WMXD in Detroit, Michigan) (Now Senior VP/Urban Operations for parent Clear Channel Communications, Inc.)
GSM: Doug James (? - September 2000)
OM/PD: Michael Lee (1995 - March 2005) (Now PD at WXMX in Memphis, Tennessee)
PD: Charlie Steele
PD: J.J. Duling (September 2005 - Current) (From Brand Manager for WEBG-FM in Orlando, Florida and Clear Channel Southeast Oldies Brand Manager)
Promotions Director: Dan Vonderheide
Mornings: Troy Roebuck
Mornings: Dwight Whitten (? - November 1999) (Now in sales)
Middays: Duke Meyer (? - November 1999; Afternoons; ? - June 1998)
Middays: Mel Rexroat (10am - 2pm) (? - ?; Afternoons; June 1998 - ?)
Afternoons: Rocky Knight (2pm - 7pm) (? - October 2004)
Afternoons: Chris Randolph (2pm - 7pm) (November 2004 - ?) (Now mornings at WAMX in Louisville, Kentucky)
Afternoons: "Big Rig" Ron Michaels (3pm - 7pm)
Nights: Charlie Steele (7pm - 12am) (From afternoons)
Overnights: "Harley"

Station History

95.7fm signed on April 25, 1974. WQMF went classic rock in late December 1996.


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