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1080 WCII

WCII Trivia: Before it was WCII, the station was WKJJ-AM...and before that, WKLO. WCII had a country music format -- the call letters stood for "Country 11" -- from 1980 until the Fall of 1986, when it switched to "pure gold" satellite programming. Later calls for the 1080 frequency included WDJX-AM, WRES and WKJK.

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WCII Airchecks
Shelby Clark (December 22, 1982)
26:56 - 9469 KB
Bill Bailey (Date Unknown)
10:05 - 3548 KB
Mark Travis (June 1983)
4:40 - 1640 KB
Bill Cody (June 1985)
5:30 - 1933 KB

The September 1986 airchecks below were recorded
over WCII's final three days in the country format.

Patsy Simpson (September 26, 1986)
14:44 - 5180 KB
Frank Kinney (September 27, 1986)
7:05 - 2492 KB
Bruce Logan and Chuck Case (September 27, 1986)
12:09 - 4275 KB
Chuck Case and Gary Allen (September 27, 1986)
18:01 - 6336 KB
Gary Allen (September 28, 1986)
9:07 - 3208 KB
Chuck Case (September 28, 1986)
14:24 - 5063 KB
WCII Legal ID Break voiced by Gary Major (April 1988)
:28 - 221 KB
All audio is in downloadable MP3 format.

 

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