WZBB

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WZBB
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City Stanleytown, Virginia
Broadcast area Rocky Mount, Virginia
Martinsville, Virginia
Branding "Super Country 99.9"
Slogan "The Greatest Hits of All Time"
Frequency 99.9 MHz
First air date March 1989
Format Country
Power 3,600 Watts
HAAT 220 Meters
Class C3
Facility ID 73340
Transmitter coordinates 36°54′50.0″N 79°57′7.0″W / 36.913889°N 79.951944°W / 36.913889; -79.951944
Affiliations FOX News Radio
Owner WNLB Radio, Inc.
Webcast WZBB Webstream
Website WZBB Online

WZBB (99.9 FM) is a Country formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Stanleytown, Virginia, serving the Rocky Mount/Martinsville area. WZBB is owned and operated by WNLB Radio, Inc.[1]

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The station first took the callsign WZBB on February 15, 1989,[2] and officially launched a month later in March. For two and a half years, the station would carry an Adult Contemporary format, branded as "B-99.9". At midnight on December 31, 1991, WZBB switched to Country, keeping the "B-99.9" branding, and using the slogan "Today's Hot Country". In October 2006, the branding was changed to "Super Country 99.9; The Greatest Hits of All Time".[3]

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