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Subject: Presque Isle County, Michigan, Tawas City, Michigan, Rogers City, Michigan, Northern Michigan, List of radio stations in Michigan, WKJC
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City of license WQLB: Tawas City, Michigan
WKJZ: Hillman, Michigan
Broadcast area WQLB: [2]
Branding Hits FM
Slogan Playing The Greatest Hits Of All Time
Frequency WQLB: 103.3 MHz
WKJZ: 94.9 MHz
Translator(s) 98.1 W251AD (Alpena)
First air date WQLB: July 9, 1997
WKJZ: December 14, 1993
Format Variety Hits
ERP WQLB: 25,000 watts
WKJZ: 50,000 watts
HAAT WQLB: 129 meters
WKJZ: 150 meters
Class WQLB: C3
Facility ID WQLB: 51746
WKJZ: 9120
Former callsigns WQLB:
WAOU (12/1/95-5/20/97)
WYHE (12/13/91-3/1/93)
Owner Carroll Enterprises
Webcast Listen Live

WQLB (103.3 FM Tawas City, Michigan) and WKJZ (94.9 FM Hillman, Michigan, serving the Alpena market) are a pair of radio stations known as "HITS FM" playing a variety of music from the 1960s through the 1980s. It had broadcast a classic rock format ("B-Rock," partially satellite-fed from Jones Radio Networks) until May 2007 when it switched to its current variety hits (hybrid of classic hits and adult contemporary) format. Prior to "B-Rock," WKJZ 94.9 had been a simulcast of country sister station 104.7 WKJC.

"Hits FM" is also heard on translator W251AD (98.1 FM Alpena, Michigan).

Deb Michaels is the Hits FM weekday morning show host; the station is mainly locally automated outside of her show.


  • - WQLB History
  • - WKJZ History

External links

  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WQLB
  • Radio-Locator information on WQLB
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WQLB
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WKJZ
  • Radio-Locator information on WKJZ
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WKJZ

Coordinates: 44°24′47″N 83°37′16″W / 44.413°N 83.621°W / 44.413; -83.621

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