WZZR
WZZR Real Radio 92.1 logo.webp
Broadcast areaWest Palm Beach, Florida
Frequency92.1 MHz(HD Radio)
BrandingReal Radio 92.1
HD2: The New 93.3
Programming
FormatHot talk
SubchannelsHD2: Classic hip hop
Ownership
Owner
WBZT, WJNO, WKGR, WLDI, WOLL, WRLX
History
First air date
1975; 47 years ago (1975) (as WWRN)
Former call signs
WMIB (1974-1975)
WWRN (1975–1978)
WNGS (1978–1992)
WRLX (1992–2020)
Technical information
Facility ID20442
ClassC3
ERP7,200 watts
HAAT152 meters (499 ft)
Translator(s)HD2: 93.3 W227CX (North Palm Beach)
Repeater(s)101.7 WCZR (Vero Beach)
Links
WebcastListen Live
HD2: Listen Live
Websiterealradio921.iheart.com
HD2: thenew933.iheart.com

WZZR, known on-air as "Real Radio 92.1", is a hot talk radio station licensed to serve West Palm Beach, Florida, where its studios and transmitter tower are separately located. It is owned by iHeartMedia (formerly Clear Channel Communications), and broadcasts on 92.1 FM. The station is simulcast in Vero Beach on WCZR (101.7 FM).

WZZR is licensed by the FCC to broadcast in the HD (digital) format, and simulcasts sister station The New 93.3 on its HD2 subchannel, which broadcasts a classic hip-hop format.[1][2]

Timeline

References

  1. ^ "Station Search Details".
  2. ^ http://hdradio.com/station_guides/widget.php?id=47 HD Radio Guide for West Palm Beach-Boca Raton
  3. ^ Frederick Burger (June 19, 1983). "Outtakes". Miami Herald.
  4. ^ Don Van Natta (April 3, 1988). "Etcetera Performances Jazz Up County's Music Calendar". Miami Herald.
  5. ^ "Fairbanks Files to Buy WRLX". Palm Beach Post. April 5, 1994.
  6. ^ "Radio Locator: WRLX-FM 92.1 MHz". Theodric Technologies LLC. Retrieved 2007-10-19.
  7. ^ Mitch McKenney (May 1, 1996). "Fairbanks Stations Top Arbiton Ratings". Palm Beach Post.
  8. ^ Thom Smith (August 1, 1999). "Why Do Stations Change Formats Without Warning?". Palm Beach Post.
  9. ^ Thom Smith (August 1, 1999). "The New 92X". Palm Beach Post.
  10. ^ David Thomas (January 19, 2001). "Kirkwood Has Meat Puppets Pulling All The Rights Strings". Palm Beach Post.
  11. ^ Susan T. Port (December 6, 2002). "Clear Channel To Revamp Several Local Radio Stations". Palm Beach Post.
  12. ^ Bob Betcher (December 15, 2002). "First Phase of Clear Channel Dian Changes Under Way". Port St. Lucie News.
  13. ^ Thom Smith (October 5, 2004). "Corporate Pulls Plug On Jazz Programming". Palm Beach Post.
  14. ^ Mia & Real Radio West Palm Beach Swapping Frequencies Radioinsight - May 29, 2020

Coordinates: 26°47′59″N 80°04′32″W / 26.799778°N 80.075583°W / 26.799778; -80.075583