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WJXY (Hot 93) – Myrtle Beach, SC – 7/29/98

This montage of “The Beat of the Beach” was recorded 18 years ago this month. With its rather unique approach to CHR (pop/rhythmic-leaning currents blended with early 90’s dance), this qualifies as one of my all-time personal favorite airchecks. Contributor Robyn Watts provided the following information when the other Hot 93 aircheck on our site originally appeared on our site back in April 2011: ==== Hot 93 was a CHR that Cumulus had signed on the air back in late 1998 and was actually 2 stations simulcasting each other (93.7 WXJY from Georgetown, SC and 93.9 WJXY is from Conway, SC). Both signals together covered the majority of the market adequately, but missed much of the north end of the Grand Strand. Around 2001, sister Classic Rock outlet WSEA (100.3) flipped to a ...

WBEC (Live 105.5) – Pittsfield, MA – 12/5/99 – Will Harris

Live 105.5 was a small market, AC-leaning CHR outlet. More information about the history of this station can be found at NECRAT and The Berkshire Eagle.

WJXY (Hot 93) – Myrtle Beach, SC – 8/23/99 – J.J.

This montage of “The Beat of the Beach” was recorded 14 years ago this month. Contributor Robyn Watts provided the following information when this aircheck originally appeared on our site back in April 2011: ==== Hot 93 was a CHR that Cumulus had signed on the air back in late 1998 and was actually 2 stations simulcasting each other (93.7 WXJY from Georgetown, SC and 93.9 WJXY is from Conway, SC). Both signals together covered the majority of the market adequately, but missed much of the north end of the Grand Strand. Around 2001, sister Classic Rock outlet WSEA (100.3) flipped to a simulcast of Hot 93, filling in the gaps in signal coverage and allowed the 93.9 signal to flip to Sports. Despite the various tweaks in both signal and programming, Hot wasn’t able to beat heritage...

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