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For the FM radio station in North Kingsville, Ohio, United States, see WFXJ-FM.
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City of license Jacksonville, Florida
Broadcast area Jacksonville, Florida
Branding Sports Radio 930
Slogan Jacksonville's Sports Leader
Home of the Florida Gators
Frequency 930 kHz
First air date 1925 (as WJAX)
Format Sports
Power 5,000 watts day
5,000 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 51973
Transmitter coordinates 30°17′9.00″N 81°44′52.00″W / 30.2858333°N 81.7477778°W / 30.2858333; -81.7477778
Former callsigns WJAX (1925-December 2, 1991)
WNZS (December 2, 1991-March 8, 1994; March 8, 1994-March 16, 2001)
WJGR (March 8, 1994)
Affiliations Fox Sports Radio
Yahoo! Sports Radio
NFL on Dial Global
Gator IMG Sports Network (football and men's basketball)
Jacksonville Armada FC
Owner iHeartMedia, Inc.
(Clear Channel Broadcasting Licenses, Inc.)
Sister stations
Webcast Listen Live
Website Sports Radio 930

WFXJ, branded as Sports Radio 930, is a radio station in Jacksonville, Florida that broadcasts on 930 AM. WFXJ is owned by iHeartMedia, Inc.. It is also streamed on and on iHeartRadio. The station's studios are located on Central Parkway in Jacksonville's Southside section, and the transmitter is on the Westside.


As WFXJ[edit]

The station switched to a sports talk format on December 9, 1991. Longtime morning drive hosts David Lamm and Joe Cowart were released in January 2009.[1] Cowart is now with XL1010.[2]


WFXJ serves as the Jacksonville home for the University of Florida Gators football & men's basketball networks. WFXJ is also affiliated with Dial Global and Yahoo! Sports Radio.

Current shows include the Tony Modica Show (with his producer Sam) weekdays from 4-7 PM, The Bold City Football Show Wednesdays from 7-9 PM and the Florida Sportsman Magazine Show Saturdays from 7-10 AM.

Jacksonville Armada FC began making WFXJ its radio home in 2015. Matches air live on the radio, and the station hosts a weekly team show during the season on Friday afternoons at 3pm. The radio show is hosted by local sports broadcaster Cole Pepper.


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