WWOF
WAIBlogo.JPG
Broadcast areaTallahassee, Florida
Frequency103.1 MHz
Branding103.1 The Wolf
Programming
FormatCountry
Ownership
Owner
WXTY, WHTF, WQTL
History
First air date
May 12, 1976
Former call signs
WOWD (1976-1985)
WFHT (1985-1991)
WUMX (1991-1995)
WAIB (1995-2010)
Call sign meaning
The WOLF
Technical information
Facility ID9312
ClassC1
ERP51,000 watts
HAAT165 meters
Links
WebcastListen Live
Website1031thewolf.com

WWOF is a radio station in the Tallahassee, Florida, owned by Adams Radio Group. The station airs a country music format with Cash & Woody in the morning, Tyler Zimmerman (weekdays 10a - 3p), Jason Taylor (weekdays 3p - 7p), and Jimmy Bone (weekdays 7p - 12a). The Wolf also airs "Rise Up Country" every Sunday morning from 7-9am, hosted by John Ritter.

The WWOF-FM studios are located at 2222 Old St. Augustine Rd. in Tallahassee, and the transmitter is located near the Killearn area of Tallahassee.

History

The station began broadcasting on May 12, 1976, as WOWD, airing a middle of the road format. In 1978, the station switched to an album rock format and was known as D-103, “The Rock of Tallahassee “. In 1985, the station became a Top 40/CHR station known as "Z103", competing against WGLF. WTHZ became the dominant Top 40 station for the Tallahassee market right after WGLF switched to album rock in 1988. It was an affiliate of Scott Shannon's Rockin' America Top 30 during its CHR years. The station's call letters changed to WUMX, and flipped to a Hot AC format as "Mix 103.1", in February 1991. The station dropped Hot AC for their current country format in February 1995 and changed their call letters again to WAIB. Their call letters changed again to WWOF in 2010 and became the current "103.1 The Wolf".

References

Coordinates: 30°29′38″N 84°13′59″W / 30.494°N 84.233°W / 30.494; -84.233