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KBTS (B93) & KHFI (K-96.7) – Austin, TX – Early 90’s

Courtesy of “bigdreams97” on Youtube. (Note: the image shown above for KHFI is not representative of what the station was using at the time this aircheck was recorded.)

WJXY (Hot 93.9) – Myrtle Beach, SC – 1/1/01 – Frankie B

Notes: – Contributor Robyn Watts provided the information shown below, following the publication of a different Hot 93 aircheck on this site. – The logo shown above is representative of the station during its “Hot 100” days – the timeline is detailed below. A logo specific to “Hot 93” was not available at the time of publication. 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 signa...

WWXM (Mix 97.7) – Myrtle Beach, SC – 7/30/98

This is a sample of Mix 97.7 during its days as an Adult-leaning CHR. The station is now pure Mainstream CHR and, according to Nielsen Audio 12+ ratings, is well ahead of Adult-leaning competitor WMYB (Star 92.1).

WJXY (Cruisin’ Country 93X) – Myrtle Beach, SC – 2/16/98 – Keith Butler

“Broadcasting from the edge of the continent, Cruisin’ Country…the all new 93X” — that’s a quote from this aircheck courtesy of the one and only Mitch Craig — a legendary talent who was more commonly heard on CHR and Urban stations. Later in 1998, these stations flipped to CHR as “Hot 93” — check out a sample of that station here. And very recently, the Southern Rock/Country format employed by 93X returned to this frequency, this time branded as “93.9 The Outlaw”.

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