WZCC-AM 1240
Cross City 

Original Call Letters: WDFL 

Originally Licensed: 1985 

Original City of License: Cross City 

Original Frequency: 1240 

Origin of Call Letters: 

Original Power: 1,000 Watts Day/250 Watts Night

Original Location: 

Original Format: Modern Country

Network Affiliation(s):

Florida News Network
ABC Radio
Westwood One


Women in Florida Broadcasting, Inc.
2000-Pamal Broadcasting, Ltd.
2007-WRGO Radio, LLC  ($900,000 with WRGO-FM 102.7
2010-Suncoast Radio, Inc.  ($62,000)

History Of Call Letters and Formats:

-1982-Construction Permit
WUSW-1982-Construction Permit
WDFL-1985-Modern Country
WDFL-2000-Classic Country
WYNY-2003-Classic Country "Country Legends"
WMJQ-2008-Classic Country "Country Legends" 
WZCC-2008-Classic Country "Country Legends"
WZCC-2009-Silent (Jul)
WZCC-2010-Oldies  "The Music of Our Generation"
WZCC-2011-Oldies   Scott Shannon's True Oldies 
WZCC-2014-Oldies  "Classic Hits"

History of "The New" WZCC
From John Elliott, CEO of Suncoast Radio, Inc.
The station returned to the air on March 5, 2010 after being silent for nearly a year. The new format is oldies. The new branding is "The Music of Our Generation"
John Elliot tells us a bit about himself. "...Started in radio in 1964 as a high school student at WBEX(AM/FM) in Chillicothe, Ohio.  Worked at WIOI(-AM 1010) in Portsmouth, OH, WCOL(-AM 1230)  in Columbus, OH, WSAR(-AM 1480) in Fall River, Mass., WBSR(-AM 1450) in Pensacola, K-POI AM 1380 (the original Poi Boys station, NOT 98Rock KPOI-FM) and KKUA in Honolulu, HI, and after a several year break from radio and a move back to Florida, hosted the "Nostalgia Zone Oldies Show" on WTAN(-AM 1340) in Clearwater 2008-2009.  I was also an actor on several television series filmed in Hawaii: Hawaii 5-0, Magnum PI, and many less memorable shows (anyone remember "Jake and the Fatman in Hawaii"???) 
WZCC began broadcasting under Suncoast Radio on March 5, 2010. Prior to that the station had been off the air for nearly a year.  Long time residents may remember the station as WDFL, WYNY, and other call signs under previous owners throughout the years. John Elliott and wife Pat purchased the station in February with the goal of creating a community radio station for Cross City and surrounding areas. The studio is located in the Dixie County Advocate newspaper building at 174 NE 351 Highway in Cross City. Our tower is located on SW 351 Highway just outside the city limits.  Suncoast Radio, Inc. is headquartered in Palm Harbor in Pinellas County.

WZCC And WLQH Combine Their Signals     12-5-10
Suncoast Radio, Inc. is in the process of acquiring WLQH-AM 940 from Ocala Broadcasting. An LMA began on Dec. 1. WZCC-AM 1240 is now simulcast on WLQH in Chiefland. This more than doubles the coverage area. Details and a combined coverage map is on their website at www.suncoastradio.com.

WLQH Purchases FM Translator    3-26-13
Suncoast Radio, Inc has purchased an FM translator from Reach Communications. The translator is located in Newberry. The sale price was $20,000. Suncoast will be re-broadcasting The True Oldies heard on WLQH-AM 940 and WZCC-AM 1240.

Names In WZCC History

John Elliott-2010-CEO-Suncoast Radio, Inc.
Pat Elliott-2010-Suncoast Radio, Inc.

Mike Shaw-
6AM-10AM-Suncoast Radio, Inc.

JJ McKay-10AM-3PM-Suncoast Radio, Inc.

Jay Fox-3PM-8PM
-Suncoast Radio, Inc.

Scott O'Brien-8PM-1AM-Suncoast Radio, Inc.

Kent Richards-1AM-6AM-Suncoast Radio, Inc.

Mark Elliott-Mornings
-Suncoast Radio, Inc.

Timm Morrison-Mid-days
-Suncoast Radio, Inc.

Becky Shock-Afternoons-Suncoast Radio, Inc.

Chuck Perks-Overnights-Suncoast Radio, Inc.


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