|Broadcast area||Hampton Roads
Northeastern North Carolina
|Branding||93-7 Bob FM|
|Slogan||We Play Anything|
|First air date||1973|
|Callsign meaning||W (K)NOB, as in "turn your knob to Bob"
(Alternate meaning possibly Norfolk Operations Base)
former name for Naval Station Norfolk
|Former callsigns||WMYK (1974-1991)
|Owner||Sinclair Telecable, Inc.
(Commonwealth Radio, LLC.)
|Sister stations||WNIS, WROX-FM, WTAR, WUSH, WUSH-HD2|
WNOB is an Adult Hits formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Chesapeake, Virginia, serving Hampton Roads and Northeastern North Carolina. WNOB is owned and operated by Sinclair Telecable, Inc.
Its community of license is Chesapeake, Virginia and studios are in Norfolk, Virginia. Its transmitter is located on Route 168 in Moyock, North Carolina, just south of the Virginia/North Carolina state line.
This has the Mark of being the first BOB FM station in the US. The current format started on sister WUSH on March 7th 2004 and at midnight on September 23, 2004, the two stations swapped signals and 93.7's current format was born 
In 1985, wMYK became "K-Power 94" with an Urban Contemporary format, that lasted until 1991.
At 3PM on June 21, 1991, 93.7 switched to an Adult Album Alternative format called "93.7 The Coast" with call letters WKOC and added Howard Stern in 1995. The station simulcasted on 94.1 WVSP (with call letters WKOD) from 1991-1996 and 106.1 WUSH (with call letters WEXM) from 2001-2004. 
At Midnight on September 23, 2004, the two Stations swapped signals and 93.7 became "93.7 Bob FM" and 106.1 became "Kick 106" 
- "WNOB Facility Record". Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
- "Vox Jox". Billboard. 107 (41): 79. Oct 14, 1995.