WYRL-FM 95.1

Original Call Letters: WYRL 

Originally Licensed: Dec 1966  

Original City of License: Melbourne  

Original Frequency: 102.3 

Origin of Call Letters: 

Original Power: 3,000 watts 

Original Location: 2221 Front St.

Original Format: Country

Network Affiliation(s):


1965-Broadcast Enterprises, Inc.

1978-Miler Broadcasting

1986-City Broadcasting Co.  ($2.25 million with WMMB-AM 1240)

1996-Capstar Broadcasting-Florida, Inc.
1997-AMFM Inc.
2004-Capstar (Clear Channel Group)

History Of Call Letters and Formats:

WYRL-1965-Country  "Big "Y" Country"

WMMY-1986-Contemporary Hits  "Y102"

WBVD-1997-Clasic Rock

WBVD-1998-Rhythmic CHR   "95.1 - The Beat”

WBVD-2007-Contemporary Hits Radio  "Kiss 95.1"

WFKS-2011-Contemporary Hits Radio  "Kiss 95.1"

History of WYRL
From Bill Golden
"This FM/AM combo was situated at 2221 Front St., adjacent to a marina with a nice
view from the GM's office of the Melbourne Causeway over to the beach side. As of 2011, the building was still standing but apparently no longer in use.  The single broadcast tower for WMMB was still there, extending into the river. I can't remember where the FM tower was, perhaps we used that tower for both signals."

Names In WYRL History

Howard Miller-1978-President-Miller Broadcasting 
Fay Stevenson-1978-General Manager-Miller Broadcasting 

Ken Hoilday-1982-Weekends/Producer of the
"Banjo Man’s Bluegrass Jamboree" /1984-1985- 7PM-Midnight-Miller Broadcasting
Jack Hayden-General Manager-Miller Broadcasting
Bill Golden-1982-1983-Miller Broadcasting
Dr. Frank Franco-1986-President-City Broadcasting Co. 
David Franco-1986-Vice President-City Broadcasting Co. 
Linda Taylor-1986-Sales-City Broadcasting Co.
Joycelyn Ann Cain
Bo Matthews
Slim Summerville

Jeannie Brown

Dick Hayes

John Edwards (Jon Greenwood)


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