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1947–19??

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WXYV

1977–1997

V 103

By 1977, the station was sold to Plough Broadcasting and became WXYV "V103", the major FM rival to both WWIN (AM) and WEBB-AM (now WJZ (AM)). Originally an automated Disco format, WXYV eventually evolved into an Urban Contemporary format by the early 1980s, and by the late 1980s and early 1990s, it was Baltimore's top rated radio station.

1997–1998

102.7 xyv

On June 20, 1997, at 12:00 noon, after having lost a large number of listeners to urban powerhouse WERQ, the station became CHR/Top 40 "102.7 XYV". The final song on "V103" was "It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday" by Boyz II Men, while the first song on "102.7 XYV" was "Be My Lover" by La Bouche.

1998–2001

B 102.7 wxyv

WQSR

2001–2005

WQSR 2005

2005–present

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