Sunday, March 31, 2019


A magnet from "Z107.9" KGMZ, a CHR station in Honolulu, Hawaii in the early/mid 1990s.

Saturday, March 30, 2019

Love FMs

 "Love 105.3" - St. Petersburg, Russia

 "Love 89 FM" WYLV - Alcoa/Knoxville, Tennessee

"99.3 Love FM" WVLE - Scottsville, Kentucky

 "Love 105" WGVX/WLUP/WWWM - Lakeville/Cambridge/Eden Prairie, Minnesota

Friday, March 29, 2019


KICY AM & FM air a Religious format in Nome, Alaska.  While the FM half concentrates it's signal to the immediate communities around the southern Seward Peninsula, the AM half blasts 50,000 watts and even dedicates 6 hours at night to programming in Russian for the neighboring Siberian regions of Kamchatka and Chukotka.  According to their website, they are the only commercial radio station in the United States licensed by the FCC to broadcast into another country in their language.  отличный!

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Hot FMs

 Hot FM Radio Network - Queensland, Australia

 KBYB - Hope, Arkansas

 KBLR - Blair/Omaha, Nebraska

WHTS - Coopersville/Grand Rapids, Michigan

Wednesday, March 27, 2019


WTSW is a 100-watt, low-power FM station broadcasting a Religious format in Manitowoc, Wisconsin.

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Rock 105s

WBEC - Pittsfield, Massachusetts

WOBG - Salem, West Virginia

KTMC - McAlester, Oklahoma

WRXR - Rossville, Georgia/Chattanooga, Tennessee

Monday, March 25, 2019


 KJHM "Jammin 101.5" is a Rhythmic Oldies station in Denver, Colorado.

 "Flo 107.1" KFCO is a co-owned station with a Rhythmic CHR format.

This is the logoed envelope that was used to mail the stickers to me.

Sunday, March 24, 2019


95.9 WRBA is a Classic Rock station licensed to Springfield, Florida near Panama City.  The top sticker dates to 1993 when the Broadcasting Yearbook lists "Bay 96" as having an Adult Contemporary format.

Saturday, March 23, 2019


WKWK is a 50,000-watt Adult Contemporary station in Wheeling, West Virginia currently branded as "Mix 97.3".  Another WKWK sticker can be seen here.

Friday, March 22, 2019


89.7 FM WGLS broadcasts from Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey.  The 750-watt station went on the air in 1964 and airs a variety of dayparted music including Classic Hits, Top-40. Rock, Alternative and Metal.  The call letters refer to the former name of the school (W) GLassboro State College.

Thursday, March 21, 2019


 "Z107.9" WENZ - Cleveland, Ohio

 "Z107/Z107.1" WZVN - Lowell/Gary, Indiana

 "Z107.3" WBZN - Old Town/Bagor, Maine

"Z107" WLZT - Miami/Charleston, West Virginia

Wednesday, March 20, 2019


"Kix 104.1" KXYL was a Country station licensed to Brownwood, Texas circa the 1990s.

Tuesday, March 19, 2019


92.3 FM KRED plays Country music in Eureka, California.

Monday, March 18, 2019


A mid-1980s decal from 1210 AM KLDI in Laramie, Wyoming.  The 1986 Broadcasting Yearbook lists them as having a Country format while the '87 edition says Soft Adult Contemporary.  The KLDI call letters were in use until 2002 when they switched to KRRR.

Sunday, March 17, 2019


96.9 KEPT FM is a 100-watt Religious station licensed to Hayward, California.  They went on the air in February 2015.

Saturday, March 16, 2019


KATP broadcast at 107.1 FM in Amarillo, Texas from 1985 to 1988.  Soon after, they moved down the dial to 101.9 FM while continuing their Rock format.

Friday, March 15, 2019


CFLX began broadcasting on local cable in 1978 at 98.1 FM in Sherbrooke, Quebec.  The community radio station switched to their current frequency in the mid-1980s.  CFLX's call letters are a tribute to French-Canadian singer-songwriter and poet Félix Leclerc.

Thursday, March 14, 2019


107.9 WRFA (W Radio For the Arts) is a 100-watt, non-profit, LPFM station licensed to Jamestown, New York.  They went on the air in September 2004.

The current general manager of WRFA is Dennis Drew who also plays keyboards in 10,000 Maniacs.  I've been a fan of the band since hearing the weird and wonderful song "Planned Obsolescence" on the also weird and wonderful WUWU around 1982.  According to the liner notes of the band's 1990 release Hope Chest, Dennis Drew also helped establish Jamestown Community College's now-defunct 91.5 FM WJWK sometime in the late 1970s. 

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Choice FM & Invicta FM

A reader to this blog emailed to ask if I had any decals from England's now-defunct Choice FM and Invicta FM.  Here you go....

Choice FM broadcast from 1990 until 2013 when they re-branded as Capital XTRA.  They were London England's first radio station to target a black audience.

Invicta Sound began broadcasting to Kent in southeast England in 1984.  A name change to Invicta Radio came shortly after and then later became Invicta FM.  They were on the air until 2009 when they became part of the Heart radio network of Adult Contemporary stations.