WWQS-FM 105.1  
Orlando

Original Call Letters: WWQS

Originally Licensed: Aug 15, 1967 

Original City of License: Orlando 

Original Frequency: 105.1 

Origin of Call Letters: 

Original Power: 90,000 watts

Original Location: 

Original Format: Religious


Network Affiliation(s):


Owner(s):

196
7-American Home Stations, Inc.
1977-Rounsaville Radio
1982-Nationwide Communications
1996-Chancellor Media
1997-Shamrock Broadcasting (Chancellor Media)
1998-Cox Broadcasting 
2000-Infinity Radio (Viacom)
2000-CBS Radio


History Of Call Letters and Formats:


WWQS
-1967-Religious
WWQS-1970-Religious/Good Music
WWQS-1972-Classical 
WBJW-1973-Top 40 "BJ105"
WOMX-1989-Adult Contemporary "Mix105.1" 
                                                          "Orlando's new mix,105.1-not too hard, not too light"

WOMX-1997-Hot Adult Contemporary   "The Best Mix Of The 80's, 90's and Today"


Names In WWQS History      

Louis Christensen-1967-1973-President-American Home Stations, Inc.

B. Forrest Thopmpson-1967-General Manager-American Home Stations, Inc.
James Bruton-1967-Chief Engineer/Production Manager-American Home Stations, Inc.


Steve Mitchell
(Schiffman)-1967-1968-American Home Stations, Inc.
Tim Slagle-1968-News Director-American Home Stations, Inc.


Bill Curry (Michael Dwight Kirkland)-1969-1971  
Biography
Kenneth Stevens-1969-News Director-American Home Stations, Inc.

Jack Gibson-1971-Commercial Manager-American Home Stations, Inc.

James Ludlam-1971-Promotions Manager-American Home Stations, Inc.

Samuel Simmons-1971-Chief Engineer-American Home Stations, Inc.

V. Martin Groover-1972-General Manager-American Home Stations, Inc.

E.W. Jeffries-1972-Assistant Manager-American Home Stations, Inc.

L.R. Munsey-1972-Chief Engineer-American Home Stations, Inc.


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