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WCJK
City of license Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Broadcast area Nashville, Tennessee
Branding "96.3 Jack FM"
Slogan Playing What We Want
Frequency 96.3 MHz
Format Adult Hits
ERP 39,000 watts
HAAT 432 meters
Class C
Facility ID 61053
Owner South Central Communications Corp.
Website www.963jackfm.com

WCJK is an FM radio station broadcasting to the Nashville, Tennessee market on a frequency of 96.3 mHz. WCJK-FM is licensed by the FCC to broadcast with a power of 39,000 watts to serve the community of Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

History

In the early and mid 1980s, the 96.3 frequency had the callsign WKOS (96 KOS) and later WZKS (96 Kiss), both with Top-40 formats. WZKS switched to an adult contemporary format and changed calls to WRMX "The Mix" in 1986. It played the "best mix of the 60s, 70s, and 80s."

In 1990, the station converted to an oldies format consisting of music almost entirely recorded between the late 1950s and early 1970s. Later, the calls were changed to WMAK-FM (reviving the callsign of a popular Rock AM station of the late 1960s and early 1970s).

In 2005, the format was abruptly switched to the "Jack FM" format, featuring an expanded, less-structured playlist, including some newer music.

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