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City of license Ebro, Florida
Broadcast area Panama City, Florida
Branding Beach 95.1
Slogan The GreatestHits of the 60's, 70's and 80's
Frequency 95.1 (MHz)
First air date 2005
Format Classic Hits
ERP 21,000 watts
HAAT 91 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 164212
Owner Beach Radio, Inc.
Webcast Listen Live
Website beach951.com

WBPC is an independently owned commercial radio station licensed to Ebro, Florida, with offices and studios located in Panama City, Florida, broadcasting on 95.1 FM. WBPC airs a Classic Hits music format, branded as "The Greatest Hits of the 60s, 70's and 80's", ABC News Now in morning and afternoon drive, and is an affiliate of the Alabama Crimson Tide Football network.

In 2009, WBPC was purchased by Beach Radio, Inc., from Bay Broadcasting. Concurrent with the sale, veteran Panama City radio personalities Lisa Lynnette and David Nolin joined the station for midday and afternoon drive, respectively, joining longtime personality Jim Dooley, the morning drive host. Tom Kent hosts the nighttime show on Beach 95.1. Lynnette left the station in March, 2013, and Tori Shay joined as midday host at that time. Steve Kent, Jackie Newton and Bill Shannon host overnight and weekend programs. Nolin also serves as WBPC's Operations Manager and Program Director.

Other notable programming on Beach 95.1 includes Charlie Tuna's "The 70's, Saturday mornings from 1am till 6am; "Goddard's Gold" with Steve Goddard, Sunday nights from 9-midnight; "Powerline" with Jon Rivers, Sunday from 6 till 11am, and The Rocky and Randall Road Show, hosted by brothers Rocky and Randall Akins, Saturday mornings from 7-10am.

Beach 95.1's programming is streamed online at the station website, beach951.com, and is available via the www.tunein.com and thenTuneIn app.

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Coordinates: 30°34′07″N 85°48′28″W / 30.5685°N 85.8077°W / 30.5685; -85.8077