Saturday, July 31, 2021


730 AM WOHS went on the air in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1946.  By 2009 they were listed as "silent" in the FCC database and became WZGV after an ownership change.  The WOHS call letters were snatched up by another local station and now broadcasts at 1390 AM.  Crest, Shelby and Burns are Charlotte-area high schools.  Another WOHS sticker can be seen here.

Friday, July 30, 2021


1080 AM WKAC has been broadcasting in Huntsville, Alabama since 1964.  The locally-owned station plays Oldies/Classic Hits along with local Talk and Sports programming.

Thursday, July 29, 2021


A 1988 decal from 102.7 FM WGNI in Wilmington, North Carolina.  The 100,000-watt station has carried an Adult Contemporary format since the early 1980s.

Wednesday, July 28, 2021


A 1993 sticker from Country station KYJC in Medford, Oregon.

Tuesday, July 27, 2021


1340 AM KSET was on the air in El Paso, Texas from 1948 until 1984.

Monday, July 26, 2021


1400 AM KJCF was on the air in Festus, Missouri from 1951 until 1996.

Sunday, July 25, 2021


KCJK "X105.1" is an Active Rock station in Kansas City, Missouri.  The call letters refer to a previous branding as "Jack FM" a sticker from which can be seen here.  This sticker depicts KC's skyline including the four columns known as the Bartle Hall Pylons.  They were built to suspend the convention center above Interstate 670 and each one is topped by a unique aluminum and steel sculpture called "Sky Stations."

Saturday, July 24, 2021


CISO "Sunshine 89.1" was an Adult Contemporary station licensed to Orillia, Ontario from 2012 until 2018.

Friday, July 23, 2021


WWNU "92.1 The Palm" was an Adult Album Alternative station in Columbia, South Carolina from 2012 until 2016.

Thursday, July 22, 2021


"Y96" WQZY is a Country station licensed to Dublin, Georgia near Macon.  This 1994 sticker dates back to when they were Top-40--a rare case of a station maintaining its branding after making a complete switch in format.

Wednesday, July 21, 2021


1450 AM WNAB was on the air in Bridgeport, Connecticut from 1941 until 1985.  The call letters unofficially stood for "We're Nuts About Bridgeport!"

Tuesday, July 20, 2021


103.1 WHVY was a short-lived Active Rock/Heavy Metal station licensed to Grasonville, Maryland circa 1991/92.  The frequency is currently home to Adult Album Alternative outlet WRNR.

Monday, July 19, 2021


"K95" was a Country station licensed to Lancaster, Ohio.  Two other WHOK stickers can be seen here and here.

Sunday, July 18, 2021


540 AM WDMV (W DelMarVa--the peninsula making up most of Delaware and parts of Maryland and Virginia) was on the air in Pocomoke City, Maryland from 1955 until 2004.


A mid-1980s sticker from "I95" WAPI in Birmingham, Alabama.  They were a dominant Top-40 station for about a decade and were the first home of Mark Thompson and Brian Phelps, Radio Hall of Famers whose Mark and Brian Show ran on LA's KLOS from 1987 until 2012.

Friday, July 16, 2021


1400 AM KTMC went on the air March 3, 1946 in McAlester, Oklahoma.  They currently air an Adult Standards format via the syndicated Music of Your Life network.

Thursday, July 15, 2021


89.3 FM KPDO is a listener-sponsored, non-commercial, community radio station in (K) PescaDerO, California.  The 100-watt station went on the air in May 2010.

Wednesday, July 14, 2021


1590 AM KLIV has been on the air in San Jose, California since 1960.  Over the decades the 5,000-watt outlet has carried many formats including Top-40, Adult Standards, News, Classic Country, Rock, Adult Contemporary and even Disco.

Tuesday, July 13, 2021


107.9 FM KEYB is a Country station licensed to Altus, Oklahoma.


Monday, July 12, 2021


CKO was a Canadian radio news network that broadcast from 1977 until 1989.  Based in Toronto, Ontario, they were heard in a dozen cities including Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Ottawa and Winnipeg.  All stations used the CKO call letters with corresponding numbers (CKO-FM-1, CKO-FM-2 etc.)  The network reportedly lost $55 million dollars during its existence and was abruptly taken off the air in the middle of a broadcast on it's last day.

Sunday, July 11, 2021


K278CY "103.5 The Game" is a Sports outlet in Spokane, Washington and a translator station for AM 1510 KGA.  They air Gonzaga University basketball as well as games from Spokane's minor league baseball and hockey teams.  This sticker is circa 2019 when they aired Hip-Hop music between Sports programming.


AM 1700 WYPS is an unlicensed, low-power, community station in (W) YPSilanti, Michigan.


WRQT is an Active Rock station in La Crosse, Wisconsin.

Friday, July 9, 2021


WOGY "Froggy 94" played Country music in Memphis, Tennessee from 1993 until 2001.


103.5 WKAB was licensed to Berwick, Pennsylvania and existed from 1991 until 2006.


550 AM WGNG was on the air in Providence, Rhode Island from 1972 until 1985.  The call letters stood for (W) Gold-N-Great, a reference to the Oldies format they originally carried.  Other formats in their lifetime included Top-40, Lite Rock and a return to Oldies before switching calls to WICE.


AM 920 KYFR is an affiliate of the Family Radio network of Religious stations.  They are licensed to Shenandoah, Iowa and are part of the Omaha, Nebraska media market.

Thursday, July 8, 2021


107.1 FM KSES is a Regional Mexican station in Santa Cruz, California.  They are currently branded as "107.1 La Suavecita".

Sunday, July 4, 2021


"Z93" KJBZ is a Regional Mexican station in Laredo, Texas.

Friday, July 2, 2021


KCJJ went on the air in Iowa City, Iowa in 1977.  The 10,000-watt (daytime) station originally broadcast at 1560 AM but moved to 1630 AM in the late 1990s.  They air a Full-Service/Hot AC format.

Thursday, July 1, 2021


103.9 FM CISN has been a Country station in Edmonton, Alberta since 1982.