WSJZ-FM 95.9 

Original Call Letters: WINT 

Originally Licensed: Oct 2001

Original City of License: Sebastian  

Original Frequency: 95.9

Origin of Call Letters: 

Original Power: 25,000 watts 

Original Location: 820 U.S. 1, Sebastian 

Original Format: Classic Rock

Network Affiliation(s):


CBS Sports


2001-Sebastian Broadcasting
2003-Cumulus Broadcasting  ($5 Million)

History Of  Call Letters and Formats:

WBKM-1999-Construction Permit
WINT-2001-Music of Your Life  "The Point"
WSJZ-2003-Smooth Jazz "Smooth Jazz 95.9"
WSJZ-2004-Classic Rock/Alternative Rock  "The Pirate"
WSJZ-2009-Sports Talk   "ESPN 95.9"
WSJZ-2012-Sports Talk  "Sports Radio 95.9"
WSJZ-2015-Rock   "Brevard's Rock"

WSJZ "Sports Radio 95.9"  History
On January 2, 2012 "ESPN 95.9"  became CBS Radio "Sports Radio 95.9" 

Names In WSJZ "Sports Radio 95.9" History

Jennifer Armstrong-2011-Promotions Director-Cumulus Media

Tiki Barber-2013-6AM-9 AM-Cumulus Broadcasting 

Dana Jacobson-2013-6AM-9 AM-Cumulus Broadcasting 

Brandon Tierney-2013-6AM-9 AM-Cumulus Broadcasting

John Feinstein-2013-9AM-Noon-Cumulus Broadcasting

Doug Gottlieb-2013-3PM-6PM-Cumulus Broadcasting 
Chris Moore-2013-Co-host with Brian Jones-6PM-10PM-Cumulus Broadcasting 

Brian Jones-2013-Co-host with Chris Moore-6PM-10PM-Cumulus Broadcasting 

Scott Ferrall-2013-“Ferrall on the Bench"-Midnight-Cumulus Broadcasting

Mark Moses-2013-3PM-6PM-Cumulus Broadcasting

Jim Rome-2013-3PM-6PM-Cumulus Broadcasting

Jason Redmon-Co-host of "The Sideline Show"-Cumulus Broadcasting
Derek Muller-Co-host of "The Sideline Show"-Cumulus Broadcasting
Mark Bass-Market Manager-Cumulus Broadcasting
Rosa Tillman-Business Manager-Cumulus Broadcasting
Adam Schanz-Promotions Director-Cumulus Broadcasting

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