Z93 WZGC Becomes 92.9 Dave-FM

Previous Format: Classic Rock “Z93” New Format: AAA “92.9 Dave-FM” Date & Time Of Change: July 21, 2004 More Info: Wikipedia

93.1 KQIZ Relaunches as “93.1 The Beat”

The original KQIZ signed on in 1975 and pretty much remained Mainstream Top 40 for its entire tenure. As the summer of 2001 ended, KQIZ was in a format many have dubbed Lillith Fair FM. Over a period of several months, ratings had gone from upwards of a 19 share 12+ to a jaw dropping 3.2. Having paid over $3 million for the property, Cumulus Broadcasting was presumably not going to let the station slip away. On or around Monday, November 3, 2001, the station suddenly stopped with the CHR/Pop format. There was no announcement, no prologue, the station just suddenly switched to stunting. The entire staff, sans one person, were fired. About a week later (4 days before sign on), announcements aired proclaiming that “something brand new is coming to 93-1, details Thursday morning.”...

WMMZ Becomes K-Country 93.7 WOGK

Previous Format: CHR “Z93” WMMZ New Format: Country “K-Country 93.7” WOGK Date & Time Of Change: March 11, 1994 More Info: CFLRadio, Wikipedia

Z93 Goes From CHR to Classic Rock

Previous Format: CHR “Z93” New Format: Classic Rock “Z93” Date & Time Of Change: January 3, 1989 More Info: Wikipedia Aircheck Contributed by Robyn Watts