Wjox

Some articles on wjox:

WDGM
... as a repeater of sports radio-formatted WJOX in Birmingham, with the branding "The Deuce" and slogan "Tuscaloosa's Home for Jox!" ... on weekdays the rest of its schedule competes with WJOX including original programming from 5-8 p.m ... on weekdays, a weekly Saturday show and affiliation with ESPN Radio in contrast to WJOX's affiliation with CBS Sports Radio ...
WJXQ - History - Stereo Rock/WJOX
... ended in 1976, when 106.1 FM changed calls to WJOX, and switched to TM Programming's automated "Stereo Rock" Top 40 format ... The station's moniker during this time was "Rock 106 WJOX", and it served mainly the Jackson area ...
WAPI-FM - History of 100.5 FM - Switch To Sports Talk
... Time on Wednesday November 29, 2006, 100.5 became the FM home frequency of WJOX, beginning a simulcast of the AM sports talk station ... On December 1, WRAX changed its call letters to WJOX-FM, and WJOX changed its call letters to WSPZ ... WJOX-FM and WSPZ began separate broadcast schedules on January 8, 2007, with many of the established programs from the former WJOX moving to the new FM sports ...
WDGM - Schedule
... The Opening Drive (WJOX) Jay Barker, Al Del Greco and Tony Kurre 10 a.m ... The Matt Scott Spectacular (WJOX) Matt McClearin and Scot Harrison 2 p.m ... The Jox Roundtable (WJOX) Lance Taylor, Jim Dunaway and Ryan Brown 6 p.m ...
Paul Finebaum - Radio Career - Future
... Finebaum's show went off the air on WJOX temporarily on January 21, 2013 when his contract with Cumulus and WJOX expired ... fortunes have risen, so have Finebaum’s his contract with WJOX ends in January, and his next move is the subject of considerable speculation ...