WYRL-FM 102.3

Original Call Letters: WMMB

Originally Licensed: Dec 25, 1966

Original City of License: Melbourne

Original Frequency: 102.3

Origin of Call Letters: 

Original Power: 3,000 watts

Original Location: 

Original Format: Country Western

Network Affiliations:

Mutual Broadcasting System


1966-Broadcast Enterprises, Inc.

1978-Miller Broadcasting
1987-City Broadcasting Co. ($2.25 million with WMMB-AM 1240)

History Of  Call Letters and Formats:

WMMB-1965-Country Western
WYRL-1967-Country Western
WMMY-1987-Contemporary Hits  "Y102"

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Florida Today Jan. 18, 1973
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The Orlando Sentinel Jan 16, 1987
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Names In WYRL History

Kay Little-1970-Commercial Manager-Broadcast Enterprises, Inc.
Phyllis Harvey-1970-Proigram Director-Broadcast Enterprises, Inc.
Bud Lucas-1974-Program Director-Broadcast Enterprises, Inc.
Allen Jackson-1974-Music Director-Broadcast Enterprises, Inc.
Ted Fleming-1976-Music Director-Broadcast Enterprises, Inc.
George Brown-1977-ProBill Goldengram Director-Broadcast Enterprises, Inc.
Bill Golden-1982-1983-Miller Broadcasting
Al Burke-1987-Program Director-Broadcast Enterprises, Inc.
Shay St. Clair-1987-Music Director-Broadcast Enterprises, Inc.
Bo Matthews
Slim Summerville
Jeannie Brown
Dick Hayes
John Edwards (Jon Greenwood)
Linda Taylor-Sales
Lenny Clements


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