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680 WNAI
Montage (June and July 1997)
5:36 - 1973 KB

680 WXKN

August 23, 1992
3:14 - 1139 KB
August 24, 1992
7:13 - 2539 KB
Larry King's Last Night Show (January 29, 1993)
37:28 - 13,174 KB
Frank Kinney Explains Technical Difficulties
1:24 - 494 KB
790 WXXA
Xtra Sports 790 (May 11, 2001)
3:17 - 1158 KB

1080 WDJX

AP News Gulf War Reports (February 28, 1991)
2:38 - 931 KB
WDJX-AM with WWSN Inserted Legal IDs (July 1993)
1:44 - 612 KB
Alternative Night Show (August 1993)
3:00 - 1057 KB
AP News (August 1, 1994)
6:05 - 2141 KB

1080 WKJK

Real Country (June 6, 1997)
7:11 - 2525 KB
Adult Standards (June 7, 1997)
:30 - 176 KB
Adult Standards (June 1997)
:56 - 332 KB
Dr. Laura Break (May 10, 2001)
3:44 - 1312 KB

1080 WHKW

May 1996 Real Country ID
:11 - 67 KB

May 18, 1996
1:01 - 358 KB

1080 WRES

WRES Aircheck (January 9, 1995)
4:38 - 1631 KB

The News Resource (April 15, 1995)
1:53 - 666 KB

Gary Burbank Syndicated (March 30, 1995)
48:37 - 17,092 KB

1080 WXLN

1992 Montage
:32 - 383 KB

1570 WOBS
WOBS 1989 Aircheck
7:22 - 3455 KB
ID Break (1990)
:10 - 59 KB

'Talknet' Missing
By Tom Dorsey - The Courier-Journal - March 8, 1990

WOBS 1570-AM has dropped "Talknet," Larry King and other programming such as its Saturday gardening show. The station is being sold to Brightness Ministries Inc. of Jeffersonville, which wants to air an all-Christian format.

Meanwhile, WLSY 680-AM still plans to pick up "Talknet," but not King, when it receives federal approval to go on the air. That approval is expected soon.

1570 WZCC

August 4, 1992
5:40 - 1993 KB

January 31, 1993
3:41 - 1297 KB

93.1 WQSH
WQSH Schoolhouse Rock (October 10, 1998)
2:13 - 1566 KB
She 93-1 Begins (October 12, 1998)
4:10 - 2934 KB

94.7 WAJE

Holiday 94.7 (December 1995)
5:17 - 3715 KB

94.7 WRVI
December 1995
1:00 - 712 KB
June 1996
1:12 - 846 KB
Change to Soul 94.7 (August 27, 1997)
5:16 - 3712 KB
96.5 WGZB
Middays (1990)
1:53 - 1330 KB
Tom Holiday (March 19, 1992)
4:10 - 2935 KB
98.9 WKJK
Real Country (November 5, 1993)
2:51 - 2004 KB
Mark Austin (June 1996)
1:54 - 1342 KB
Change to "The Hawk" (May 17, 1996)
5:17 - 3715 KB
100.5 WTFX
1993 Montage
15:38 - 10,996 KB

101.7 WLSY
WLSY 1989
2:34 - 1815 KB
Beautiful Music and Talknet (February 1991)
6:21 - 4474 KB
Magic 101.7 (March 2, 1993)
12:56 - 9094 KB
Station Change
By Tom Dorsey - The Courier-Journal - August 29, 1990

WLSY (FM-101.7) is "redefining" itself and in the process has cut three staff members and several programs from the schedule.

Gone are Jerry Tucker and Kris Bradley and newscaster Debra Kay Henderson in what Roy Wikoff, the new station manager, says was an economy move. Missing from the program lineup is the station's New Age and new wave music, which Wikoff says didn't fit the rest of WLSY's image.

"We're now the only easy-listening station in town, no matter what some others may claim," he says.

The changes also include a "completely computerized operation," which Wikoff says will allow the live personalities to use their time more creatively than punching cartridge machines.

WLSY is still waiting for Federal Communications Commission clearance to get its AM sister station on the air. There have been 18 months of delays cause by engineering debacles. Wikoff can't name a date, but he says the AM station will carry NBC's TalkNet programs when it gets the go-ahead.

When WLSY-AM gets going, it will cast a wide Talk-Net
By Tom Dorsey - The Courier-Journal - January 9, 1991

Talk-Net fans take hope, you may yet get your overnight radio program back.

WLSY FM-101, which has been struggling for two years to get an AM sister station on the air, says it is on the verge of throwing the switch that could bring network talk radio back to Louisville on a nightly basis before February.

It all depends on few last-minute legal matters and some final construction details. The station debut at 680-AM could be held up if the weather is very cold and the ground is frozen, says Roy Wikoff, WLSY general manager.

He's reluctant to set the exact premiere date because previous station management failed to meet so many tentative starting dates for a variety of real-estate, legal and engineering reasons since 1989 that the situation began to sound like the little boy who cried wolf.

If the station does sign on in a few weeks, it will have a ready-made and eager audience that has been waiting for some outlet to pick up Talk-Net radio since it was dropped by a succession of stations over the past few years.

Talk-Net hasn't been heard in this area for about a year. It features financial- and personal-advice programs that had a loyal following.

When WLSY-AM gets on the air, Wikoff says its will simulcast the easy-listening music of its FM sister outlet from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. From 5 to 7 p.m., WLSY-AM will air a live, two-hour show with Jim Bond, the new program director. Talk-Net would take over from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. the following day.

February 4, 1991 update: WLSY 680-AM is on hold again. The new station, which was scheduled to begin broadcasting Friday carrying NBC's "TalkNet," is being held up a few days by a last-minute legal detail, according to Roy Wikoff, general manager.

102.3 WULV
First Day as "The Max" - May 2002
13:57 - 9814 KB
103.9 WHKW
March 26 and 30, 1993
10:40 - 7510 KB
Cool 103.9 (May 24, 1994)
1:29 - 1046 KB
103.9 WMHX
Mix 103-9 (August 29, 1998)
7:17 - 2561 KB
The Point (November 2000)
8:03 - 5670 KB
103.9 WPTI
9-11 Coverage with WAVE 3 Simulcast (September 11, 2001)
3:13 - 1133 KB
103.9 WQLL
July 30, 1994
1:49 - 1282 KB
January 9, 1995
7:09 - 5030 KB
June 1995
1:06 - 780 KB
103.9 WSJW
May 1996
3:10 - 2237 KB
103.9 WXLN
Last Day in Christian Format (July 4, 1990)
7:34 - 5331 KB
103.9 WZKS
Kiss 104 Begins (July 5, 1990)
9:35 - 6743 KB
March 11, 1991
2:28 - 1745 KB
WZKS 1991 Composite
10:17 - 7236 KB
What WDJX Wants (May 12, 1991)
1:09 - 811 KB
January 1992
2:00 - 1416 KB
January 25, 1992
8:56 - 6292 KB
January 27, 1992
3:25 - 2412 KB
Garth 103.9 Stunting (March 20, 1992)
:52 - 616 KB
Hot Country (March 23, 1992)
5:24 - 3803 KB
105.1 WEHR
March 1993
3:10 - 5265 KB
June 6, 1996
5:48 - 4085 KB
105.9 WRVI
Transition from 94.7 to 105.9 (August 18, 1997)
3:58 - 2790 KB
Totally 80s Format - August 29, 1998
5:33 - 5213 KB
105.9 WVSL
Testing on June 2, 1993
:55 - 656 KB
QMF Too (November 5, 1993)
3:14 - 2283 KB
105.9 WXNU
December 21, 1995
:10 - 120 KB
107.7 WHKW
May 24, 1994
4:29 - 3155 KB
May 17, 1996
12:06 - 8508 KB
107.7 WSFR
June 1996
:38 - 451 KB
107-7 SFR Begins (June 1997)
5:51 - 4116 KB

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