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WMOJ-FM
City of license Norwood, Ohio
Broadcast area Cincinnati, Ohio
Branding Mojo 100.3 FM
Slogan Cincinnati's R&B and Classic Soul
Frequency 100.3 (MHz) (FM)
Format Urban Adult Contemporary
ERP 3600 watts
Class B
Callsign meaning W MOJO
Owner Radio One, Inc.
Sister stations WDBZ, WIZF, WMOJ
Website http://www.mojocincy.com

WMOJ-FM (Mojo 100.3) is an Urban Adult Contemporary radio station licensed to Norwood, Ohio.

On September 2, 2006, Radio One, Inc. acquired the intellectual property and call letters of the station from Cumulus Media Partners, and moved it from 94.9 FM to 100.3 FM. 100.3 had been moved into the Cincinnati market by Radio One, after it purchased the former WIFE-FM in Connersville, Indiana.

Cumulus retained ownership of the 94.9 FM frequency, and after the 2006 Cincinnati radio station reorganization in which the 94.9 frequency was traded to Entercom Communications, 94.9 FM is now the home of WYGY "The Wolf", a country music station. The station is now operated by Bonneville International.

While WMOJ was on the 94.9 frequency, it was branded "Mojo 94.9", and used a Rhythmic Oldies format that appealed to both the Black and White demographics. This station had very high ratings until its demise. Although the callsign is now used on the new 100.3 frequency, and the format is Urban AC, it still uses the "Mojo" nickname. WMOJ has since began to carry the Tom Joyner Morning Show, which is now simulcasted on WDBZ, which originally aired it by itself.

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