|City of license||Manassas, Virginia|
|Broadcast area||Washington D.C.|
|Branding||"106.7 The Fan"|
(also on HD Radio)
|Repeaters||WIAD-HD3 94.7 HD-3 Bethesda|
|First air date||April 4, 1961 (as WPRW-FM)|
|Format||Analog/HD-1: Sports radio
HD-2: KRLD-FM simulcast
HD-3: WFAN simulcast
HD-4: WTEL simulcast
|Callsign meaning||W John Fitzgerald Kennedy|
|Former callsigns||WPRW-FM (1961-1968)
|Affiliations||CBS Sports Radio
|Sister stations||WIAD, WLZL, WJFK, WNEW-FM, WPGC-FM|
WJFK-FM, known on-air as "106.7 The Fan", is a sports radio-formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Manassas, Virginia, serving the metro Washington DC area. WJFK-FM is owned and operated by CBS Radio. The station's studios were located in Lanham, Maryland and the transmitter site in Falls Church, Virginia, until CBS moved the studios to southeast DC
The station originated as WPRW-FM in 1961, co-owned with WPRW in Manassas. In the 1970s, as WEZR, it was easy listening; in the early 1980s it switched to soft adult contemporary, then went top 40 as WBMW "B106" in 1985. In 1987, it switched formats to new-age, then in 1989, became WJFK with a rock format, with Howard Stern in mornings.
Over time, WJFK gradually dropped music and became a general-talk outlet, mostly with lifestyle programs geared to men. Hosts at various times included Stern, Don and Mike, Opie & Anthony, G. Gordon Liddy, The Greaseman, Ron & Fez and the Sports Junkies. Its last branding as a talk station was "Washington's Talk Superstation" and before that, it was called "Free FM."
On July 20, 2009, the station changed to an all-sports talk format, competing with WTEM. Station owners point to WJFK's local sports talk programming as differentiating itself from WTEM's primarily network-supplied programming from ESPN Radio. The station now serves as the flagship for Washington Wizards basketball and Washington Nationals baseball, and an affiliate for Virginia Tech Hokies football and basketball. The station had already broadcast playoff games of the Washington Capitals in the spring of 2009; flagship station WFED had to end its coverage when the Washington Nationals' (MLB) season opened.
While morning drive time sports talk program "The Junkies" survived the switch (and regained their former name "The Sports Junkies"), The Big O and Dukes Show, along with the Mike O'Meara Show, broadcast their last shows on July 17, 2009. The station's current weekday lineup includes The Sports Junkies, "Grant" and "Danny" with Grant Paulsen and Danny Rouhier, and Chad Dukes Vs. The World.
On March 8, 2009, WJFK signed on the first HD4 subchannel in the United States, carrying Philadelphia sister station WIP-FM. Each of WJFK's sub channels are CBS sports properties located in cities with division rivals to the Washington Redskins: WIP in Philadelphia, KRLD-FM in Dallas-Fort Worth and WFAN in New York City.
- 5am - 10am - The Sports Junkies
- 10am - 2pm - Grant and Danny
- 2pm - 6 pm - Chad Dukes vs. The World
Current hosts/update anchors
- Chad Dukes
- Danny Rouhier
- Eric "EB' Bickel
- Grant Paulsen
- Jason "Lurch" Bishop
- John "Cakes" Auville
- John-Paul "JP" Flaim
- Byron Kerr
- Frank Hanrahan
- Holden Kushner
- Pete Medhurst
- Chuck Delap
- Bill Rohland
- Mark Gray
- Glenn Clark
- Earl Forcey
- Tre Johnson
- Kevin Shaffer
- "WJFK Facility Record". Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
- Dave Hughes (March 16, 2015). "ESPN 980's 'Man Cave' Misses Debut, Future Unknown". Pressbox DC & DCRTV.com.
- Williams, Jim (July 20, 2009). "Sports talk competition begins today with launch of 106.7 The Fan". The Examiner.
- Lemke, Tim (July 15, 2009). "WJFK adopts sports talk". Washington Times. Retrieved 2009-07-15.
- "Station Lineup". Retrieved 8 October 2014.
- Washington Nationals Radio Affiliates
- The Fan Website
- Query the FCC's FM station database for WJFK
- Radio-Locator information on WJFK
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WJFK