WEAG-AM 1490
Starke

Original Call Letters: WRJR

Originally Licensed: Feb 23, 1957

Original City of License: Starke

Original Frequency: 1490

Origin of Call Letters: Slogan: EAGle Country

Original Power: 650/650 W (day/night)

Original Location:

Original Format: Country


Network Affiliation(s):


Mutual Broadcasting System
Keystone Broadcasting System

Owner(s):

1957-Tidewater Broadcasters
1959-Radio Starke, Inc.
1963-George Gothberg Radio, Inc.
1965-Sanders Enterprises, Inc.
1984-Dickerson Broadcasting
2001-Benjamin Dickerson

History Of  Call Letters and Formats:

WRGR-1957-Country Western
WPXE-1963-Country Western/Negro
WPXE-1965-Country Western
WPXE-1979-Country Western/Disco
WPXE-1986-Contemporary Country
WPXE-1987-Album Oriented Country
WEAG-1988-Oldies
WEAG-1991-Adult Contemporary "Love 106.3" 
WEAG-1993-Modern Country  "Eagle Country 106.3"

Names In WEAG History
Ben Dickerson-1984-President-Dickerson Broadcasting
Ruth Dickerson-1984-General Manager-Dickerson Broadcasting
Chuck Kramer-1984-Operations Manager-Dickerson Broadcasting
Barbara Navitsky-1988-Sales Manager-Dickerson Broadcasting

Laura Condingly-1989-General Sales Manager/Music Director-Dickerson Broadcasting

Susan C. Lee-1989-Promotions Manager-Dickerson Broadcasting

Benny Anthony-1989-News Director-Dickerson Broadcasting
Chuck Kramer-1991-Operations Manager-Dickerson Broadcasting


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