WVOJ

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WVOJ
City Fernandina Beach, Florida
Broadcast area Jacksonville area
Slogan La Tremenda 1570
Frequency 1570 kHz
First air date November 30, 1955 (as WFBF)
Format Silent, was Regional Mexican
Power 10,000 watts day
30 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 49214
Transmitter coordinates 30°40′33.00″N 81°27′35.00″W / 30.6758333°N 81.4597222°W / 30.6758333; -81.4597222
Former callsigns WHOG (1981-1990)
WQAI (1990-1998)
WYHI (1998-1999)
WGSR (1999-2004)
WNNR (2004)
Affiliations CNN Radio
Owner Norsan Consulting And Management, Inc.

WVOJ (1570 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Regional Mexican format. Licensed to Fernandina Beach, Florida, USA, the station serves the Jacksonville area. The station is currently owned by Norsan Consulting And Management, Inc. and features programming from CNN Radio.[1]

History[edit]

WFBF was first licensed on November 30, 1955.[2] The station was assigned the call letters WHOG on July 9, 1981. On October 19, 1990, the station changed its call sign to WQAI; then on January 30, 1998 to WYHI, again on June 25, 1999 to WGSR, on January 16, 2004 to WNNR, and finally 13 days later to the current WVOJ.[3] On January 11, 2017, WVOJ went silent.[4]

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