WXJB-FM 99.9
Homosassa

Original Call Letters: WICE 

Originally Licensed: 2007

Original City of License: Homosassa

Original Frequency: 99.9

Origin of Call Letters: 

Original Power: 2,300 watts    

Original Location: 

Original Format: News-Talk


Network Affiliation(s):


ABC Information
Fox News

Owner(s):

2007-Flinn Broadcasting Corporation
2010-Hernando County Broadcasting

History Of  Call Letters and Formats:

WICE-2007-Construction Permit
WWHF-2007-Construction Permit
WXJB-2010-News/Talk

WXJB History
Thanks to Marc Tyll for this history of WXJB.
On Monday July 19, 2010, WXJB-FM 99.9 signed on the air with the areas first FM news/talk radio station serving Citrus and Hernando Counties. The new FM talker has a full line-up of big names including Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Glenn Beck. The new WXJB is owned by Memphis based Flinn Broadcasting, Inc. (George Flinn, Jr., M.D.), but has leased the 99.9 facility to Hernando Broadcasting, Inc., licensee of WWJB-AM 1450 Brooksville which has been owned by Steve Manuel since 1982. The WXJB tower is located approximately 7-miles South-Southeast of the Citrus/Hernando County line and has coverage over the target market of Brooksville, Spring Hill and Weeki Wachee. WXJB has reach as far North as Inglis/Yankeetown and as far South as New Port Richey with a clear signal. In addition to Citrus and Hernando Counties, WXJB also reaches parts of Western Sumter, Lake and Southwest Marion Counties.
July 19, 2010 All Access is reporting, in a deal not yet filed with the FCC, George S. Flinn has sold WXJB to Steve Manuel's Hernando Broadcasting Co. also owner of WWJB-AM 1450.

WXJB Personalities


Bob Haa
-2010-8AM-10AM (simulcast of WWJB 1450 AM)-Hernando County Broadcasting
Glenn Beck-2010-Syndicated
Rush Limbaugh-2010-Syndicated
Sean Hannity-2010-Syndicated

Other names In WXJB History
George Flinn, Jr.-2007-President-Flinn Broadcasting Corporation
Steve Manuel-2010-President-Hernando County Broadcasting


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