WDOQ-FM 101.1 
Cocoa Beach

Original Call Letters: WXBR

Originally Licensed: Jul 19, 1962

Original City of License: Cocoa Beach

Original Frequency: 101.1

Origin of Call Letters: 

Original Power: 100,000 watts

Original Location:

Original Format: Rock


Network Affiliation(s):


Owner(s):

1962-Stereo Broadcasting, Corp.
1968-Radio Filchburg, Inc.
1975-Manasett Broadcasting Company
1980-Central Florida Broadcasting
1982-Abell Communications
1985-S&F Communications
1985-Home News Publishing Co  ($4.7 million)
1985-Capitol Broadcasting Co. Inc
1986-Duffy Broadcasting  ($7.7 million)
1993-Paxson Communications ($6.7 million)
1997-Clear Channel
2007-Aloha Station Trust, LLC, as Trustee
2008-Clear Channel Licenses, Inc.

History Of Call Letters and Formats:

WXBR-1963-Light Classical
WCKS-1968-Top 40  "CK-101"
WCKS-1972-Beautiful Music
WCKS-1974-MOR
WCKS-1978-Top 40
WDOQ-1984-Rock  "Q-102''
WDOQ-1984-Adult Contemporary
WCFI-1984-Adult Contemporary (Transtar Satellite Service) "I-4"  
WSTF-1985-Adult  Contemporary  "Sunny 101"  "Star 101"
WVRI-1992-Adult Contemporary "Variety 101"
WJRR-1993-Rock
WJRR-1997-AOR
WJRR-2002-Alternative   "Real Rock 101"

Names In WDOQ History
Michael Jay (Mike Helminski)-1984-Abell Communications


Marc Tyll-1983-1986-Air Personality/1984-Sales Biography
Hazel Bynum
Bob Mitchell
Ovie Loman-Chief Engineer
Dave Matthews (David Hesselink)   In Memory
Ralph Wimmer-Program Director
Jack Alex-General Manager


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