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City Valparaiso, Florida
Broadcast area Fort Walton Beach, Florida
Branding 103.1 The Blaze
Slogan The Rock Alternative
Frequency 103.1 MHz
First air date November 1974 (as WQUH)
Format Modern Rock
ERP 50,000 watts
HAAT 147 meters
Class C2
Facility ID 60811
Transmitter coordinates 30°30′53.00″N 86°13′12.00″W / 30.5147222°N 86.2200000°W / 30.5147222; -86.2200000
Callsign meaning ZLB - "Blaze" reversed
Former callsigns WQUH (1974-1992)
WLGH (1992-1994)
WMXZ (1994-2012)
Owner Apex Broadcasting
Sister stations WECQ, WHWY, WTKE-FM, WWAV
Webcast Listen Live
Website 1031theblaze.com

WZLB (103.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Modern rock music format. Licensed to Valparaiso, Florida, USA, the station serves the Ft. Walton Beach area. The station is currently owned by Apex Broadcasting and the broadcast license is held by Apex.[1]


The station went on the air as WQUH in November 1974. On April 1, 1992 WQUH shifted from Smooth Jazz to Adult Contemporary WLGH, then to Top 40 as WMXZ on March 31, 1994.[2] On March 2, 2012 WMXZ changed their format to rock, branded as "103.1 The Blaze". On March 14, 2012 WMXZ changed their call letters to WZLB.

  • Note: As of 21 December 2011, Quantum sold its stations to Apex in Ft Walton Beach.


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