WSUX-FM

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WSUX-FM
City Snow Hill, Maryland
Broadcast area Delmarva
Slogan Jack-FM
Frequency 101.1 MHz
First air date 2002 (as WQMR)
Format Adult Hits
ERP 1,200 watts
HAAT 149 meters
Class A
Facility ID 88291
Transmitter coordinates 38°12′57.00″N 75°19′21.00″W / 38.2158333°N 75.3225000°W / 38.2158333; -75.3225000
Former callsigns WQMR (2000-2011)
WAMS-FM (2011-2014)
WRYD (2014-2015)
WSUX-FM (2016-Present)
Owner Seaford Media, L.L.C.
Sister stations WSUX 1280 AM
Website wsuxfm.com

WSUX-FM (101.1 FM, "Jack-FM") is a radio station broadcasting an adult hits format. Licensed to Snow Hill, Maryland, US, the station serves the Delmarva Peninsula. The station is currently owned by Bayshore Media, L.L.C..

From approximately 2000 through the end of 2010, 101.1 was WQMR, a talk radio station. Programming on WQMR included The Radio Factor, The Sean Hannity Show, Mark Levin, Dennis Miller, and Imus in the Morning, with a local show, Power Talk, filling the late morning time slot. When that format ended on January 10, 2011, the station began a prolonged stretch, one that continues to this day, of changing formats every few months, often trading formats with sister stations such as FM 105.1 and AM 1590. Adult hits, gospel, Nash Icon country music, mainstream/alternative rock, and The True Oldies Channel have been among the numerous formats that have briefly aired on the station since 2011.

The most recent format change, December 2015, saw the station end original programming and begin simulcasting 1280 WSUX-AM out of Seaford, DE.

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