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WKFM

1957–19??

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19??–19??

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19??–1973

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WFYR

1973–1975

WFYR logo RKO

1975–1979

WFYR 103.5 logo

1979–198?

WFYR 103 Half

198?–1983

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1983–1984

WFYR 103½ FM

1984–1989

WFYR 103.5 FM

1989–1991

WFYR 1989

WWBZ

1991–1994

WWBZ 103.5 The Blaze

WRCX

1994–199?

WRCX Rock 103.5

On July 5, 1994 at 6:00 AM the station relaunched as "Rock 103-5," featuring a commercial free "A-Z" kickoff. On July 28, the station changed call letters to WRCX.

199?–1998

Rock 103.5 WRCX

WUBT

1998–2001

WUBT 103.5 The Beat

On November 2, 1998 when, after playing "Sad But True" by Metallica, the station flipped to the new "Jammin' Oldies" format, branded first as "The New 103.5", then (after a "name the station" contest) as "103-5 The Beat". The first song on "The New 103.5" was "Get Ready" by The Temptations. On December 21, WRCX changed their call letters to WUBT.

WKSC-FM

2001–2002

Kiss-FM WKSC

On January 12, 2001, at 4 PM, after playing "Last Dance" by Donna Summer, WUBT flipped to CHR (Top 40) as "Kiss 103.5". The first song on "Kiss" was "Get Ready for This" by 2 Unlimited. The station's call letters became the current WKSC-FM on February 13, 2001.

2002–2012

WKSC 103.5 KISS FM

In September 2002, the station adjusted its slogan from "KISS 103.5" to "103.5 KISS-FM".

2012–present

WKSC (Kiss-FM)
103-5 KISS FM WKSC


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