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Call Letters: WEJK
Frequency: 107.1fm
City of License: Boonville
Metro(s): Evansville
Power: 1600 watts @ 640 feet, DA (Class A)
Format: Classic Hits
Address: P.O. Box 3848, Evansville, IN 47736-3848
Phone: 812.424.8284
Ownership: Boonville Broadcasting Company, Inc.
Network Affiliation(s): ABC Radio Networks ("Jack FM"), Indiana University (basketball & football), Network Indiana, Purdue Sports Radio Network (basketball)
Web Presence: http://www.1071jackfm.com
Notes: LMA with South Central Communications Corp.

Station Personnel

Current

VP/Evansville Market Manager: Tim Huelsing (November 24, 2003 - Current) (From Market Manager at Clear Channel Communications' Sandusky, Ohio properties.)
Chief Engineer: Chris Myers
GSM: Paul Brayfield

Former

WBNL-FM

President/GM: Norman Hall
Chief Engineer: Jerry Kissenger
PD/MD: George McCoy
MD: Greg Hebner
News Director: Larry Swietzer
Sports Director: Brent Houston

WYXY-FM

GM: John P. Engelbrecht
PD: Mark Baker
Mornings: Tommy Mason (From mornings at WEDJ) (Now mornings at WLFW)
GSM: LaDonne Craig (? - May 31, 2005)

WEJK-FM

GSM: Scott Mauser
GSM: Jaleigh Long (February 2007 - January 2014) (Now co-GSM at WSB(AM)/WSBB-FM in Atlanta, Georgia)
OM/PD: Mark Baker
PD: Rusty James

Station History

107.1fm signed on December 19, 1967.

WBNL-FM

WBNL-FM broadcast its adult standards format in Mono. In May 2001, WBNL-FM changed calls to WYXY-FM.

WYXY-FM

Classic hits format. Owned by Boonville Broadcasting Company, Inc.. Studios located at 2177 North State Route 61, Boonville, IN 47601-8341 (Telephone: 812.897.2080). WYXY changed formats from Contemporary Christian to Adult Hits in October 2005. WYXY-FM became WEJK-FM in November 2005.

WEJK-FM

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