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The Essentials

Call Letters: WSFR
Frequency: 107.7fm
City of License: Corydon
Metro(s): Louisville, Kentucky
Power: 31,000 @ 568 feet (Class B1)
Format: Classic Hits
Address: 612 S. 4th Avenue, Suite 100, Louisville, KY 40202-2460
Phone: 502.589.4800
Ownership: Summit Media, LLC
Web Presence: http://www.1077theeagle.com

Station Personnel

Current

SM: Amy Torres
Promotions Director: Tony Cambron
Mornings: Lex & Terry (September 2000 - Current) (Syndicated from WFYV in Jacksonville, Florida) (Local Producer is Gary Clark)

Former

VP/GM/Market Manager: Bill Gentry (August 1998 - September 2003) (Now Regional Market Manager with Clear Channel Communications, Inc.)
VP/GM/Market Manager: Rolf Pepple (? - 2006) (Now GSM at the Clear Channel radio stations in Minneapolis, Minnesota)
GM: Elizabeth Hamma (September 2000 - ?) (From GSM at WDFN/WWWW in Detroit, Michigan) (Now GM at the Palm Beach Broadcasting radio stations in West Palm Beach, Florida)
GM: Jim Beard
GM: Todd Schumacher (? - July 31, 2014)
SM: Karen Paschal
SM: Tom Hoyt
OM/PD: Greg Stevens (December 5, 2001 - May 24, 2003) (From Interim PD at WMMS in Cleveland, Ohio)
OM/PD: David Smith (? - October 2001) (Now PD at WOMC in Detroit, Michigan)
PD: Greg Bergen (1996 - 1998) (Now VP/Sales and Marketing for Missouri Mavericks Hockey in Kansas City, Missouri)
PD: Gregg Berger
PD: Dennis Dillon (? - February 1999) (Now PD at WKQQ in Lexington, Kentucky)
Imaging Director: "Future Bob"
Middays: Pru Miller (1996 - February 2006)
Airstaff: "Future Bob"
Brian Barlow (Now LSM at WPXY in Rochester, New York)

Station History

Signed on in 1994. WSFR flipped format from classic rock to classic hits at 8:30am on October 28, 2011. Sold in 2013 by Cox Radio, Inc. to Summit Media, LLC


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