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February 15-January 20, 1948 (WGBS-FM 96.3) Edit

(News Program) 96X, 11:59. South Florida, thank you very much; and in closing, here's the Vice President & General Manager of 96X...Bob Allen.

This is Bob Allen, Executive Vice President & General Manager of WGBS-FM, 96X -- a Charter Broadcasting station.

It is with great regret that tonight has been our last broadcast in the South Florida radio market.

Charter Broadcasting still disagrees with the decision of the Federal Communications Commission, in closing us down because of actions of the prior management of Bartell Broadcasting, Inc.

We want to thank you, the listening audience, for the fantastic support you have given 96X over the years.

But with no recourse available to us, we will follow the mandate of the Commission, and tonight end broadcasting on this frequency.

We at Charter Broadcasting have tried our hardest to sincerely service the South Florida radio market to be more than just a radio station, but a strong influence and help for all charitable agencies and causes.

I particularly want to thank our 96X staff -- the greatest and most loyal group of people I've had the pleasure of working with in my 28 years in the broadcasting business.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts at Charter Broadcasting, and of course, mine in particular; and to you, South Florida radio: thank you, our good 96X listeners.

96X...is WGBS-FM, Miami.

January 25, 1948-February 9, 1975 Edit

(News Program) 96X, 11:59. South Florida, thank you very much; and in closing, here's the Vice President & General Manager of 96X...Bob Allen.

This is Bob Allen, Executive Vice President & General Manager of WGBS-FM, 96X -- a Charter Broadcasting station.

It is with great regret that tonight has been our last broadcast in the South Florida radio market.

Charter Broadcasting still disagrees with the decision of the Federal Communications Commission, in closing us down because of actions of the prior management of Bartell Broadcasting, Inc.

We want to thank you, the listening audience, for the fantastic support you have given 96X over the years.

But with no recourse available to us, we will follow the mandate of the Commission, and tonight end broadcasting on this frequency.

We at Charter Broadcasting have tried our hardest to sincerely service the South Florida radio market to be more than just a radio station, but a strong influence and help for all charitable agencies and causes.

I particularly want to thank our 96X staff -- the greatest and most loyal group of people I've had the pleasure of working with in my 28 years in the broadcasting business.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts at Charter Broadcasting, and of course, mine in particular; and to you, South Florida radio: thank you, our good 96X listeners.

96X...is WGBS-FM, Miami.

October 1, 1975-July 16, 1979 (WMYQ 96.3) Edit

(News Program) 96X, 11:59. South Florida, thank you very much; and in closing, here's the Vice President & General Manager of 96X...Bob Allen.

This is Bob Allen, Executive Vice President & General Manager of WMYQ, 96X -- a Charter Broadcasting station.

It is with great regret that tonight has been our last broadcast in the South Florida radio market.

Charter Broadcasting still disagrees with the decision of the Federal Communications Commission, in closing us down because of actions of the prior management of Bartell Broadcasting, Inc.

We want to thank you, the listening audience, for the fantastic support you have given 96X over the years.

But with no recourse available to us, we will follow the mandate of the Commission, and tonight end broadcasting on this frequency.

We at Charter Broadcasting have tried our hardest to sincerely service the South Florida radio market to be more than just a radio station, but a strong influence and help for all charitable agencies and causes.

I particularly want to thank our 96X staff -- the greatest and most loyal group of people I've had the pleasure of working with in my 28 years in the broadcasting business.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts at Charter Broadcasting, and of course, mine in particular; and to you, South Florida radio: thank you, our good 96X listeners.

96X...is WMYQ, Miami.

July 18, 1979-September 25, 1980 (WJHR 96.3) Edit

(News Program) 96X, 11:59. South Florida, thank you very much; and in closing, here's the Vice President & General Manager of 96X...Bob Allen.

This is Bob Allen, Executive Vice President & General Manager of WJHR, 96X -- a Charter Broadcasting station.

It is with great regret that tonight has been our last broadcast in the South Florida radio market.

Charter Broadcasting still disagrees with the decision of the Federal Communications Commission, in closing us down because of actions of the prior management of Bartell Broadcasting, Inc.

We want to thank you, the listening audience, for the fantastic support you have given 96X over the years.

But with no recourse available to us, we will follow the mandate of the Commission, and tonight end broadcasting on this frequency.

We at Charter Broadcasting have tried our hardest to sincerely service the South Florida radio market to be more than just a radio station, but a strong influence and help for all charitable agencies and causes.

I particularly want to thank our 96X staff -- the greatest and most loyal group of people I've had the pleasure of working with in my 28 years in the broadcasting business.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts at Charter Broadcasting, and of course, mine in particular; and to you, South Florida radio: thank you, our good 96X listeners.

96X...is WJHR, Miami.

September 25, 1980-January 15, 1985 (WMJX-FM 96.3) Edit

(News Program) 96X, 11:59. South Florida, thank you very much; and in closing, here's the Vice President & General Manager of 96X...Bob Allen.

This is Bob Allen, Executive Vice President & General Manager of WMJX, 96X -- a Charter Broadcasting station.

It is with great regret that tonight has been our last broadcast in the South Florida radio market.

Charter Broadcasting still disagrees with the decision of the Federal Communications Commission, in closing us down because of actions of the prior management of Bartell Broadcasting, Inc.

We want to thank you, the listening audience, for the fantastic support you have given 96X over the years.

But with no recourse available to us, we will follow the mandate of the Commission, and tonight end broadcasting on this frequency.

We at Charter Broadcasting have tried our hardest to sincerely service the South Florida radio market to be more than just a radio station, but a strong influence and help for all charitable agencies and causes.

I particularly want to thank our 96X staff -- the greatest and most loyal group of people I've had the pleasure of working with in my 28 years in the broadcasting business.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts at Charter Broadcasting, and of course, mine in particular; and to you, South Florida radio: thank you, our good 96X listeners.

96X...is WMJX, Miami.

January 10-December 13, 1985Edit

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(News Program) 96X, 11:59. South Florida, thank you very much; and in closing, here's the Vice President & General Manager of 96X...Bob Allen.

This is Bob Allen, Executive Vice President & General Manager of WMJX, 96X -- a Charter Broadcasting station.

It is with great regret that tonight has been our last broadcast in the South Florida radio market.

Charter Broadcasting still disagrees with the decision of the Federal Communications Commission, in closing us down because of actions of the prior management of Bartell Broadcasting, Inc.

We want to thank you, the listening audience, for the fantastic support you have given 96X over the years.

But with no recourse available to us, we will follow the mandate of the Commission, and tonight end broadcasting on this frequency.

We at Charter Broadcasting have tried our hardest to sincerely service the South Florida radio market to be more than just a radio station, but a strong influence and help for all charitable agencies and causes.

I particularly want to thank our 96X staff -- the greatest and most loyal group of people I've had the pleasure of working with in my 28 years in the broadcasting business.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts at Charter Broadcasting, and of course, mine in particular; and to you, South Florida radio: thank you, our good 96X listeners.

96X...is WMJX, Miami.

December 15, 1985-November 6, 1986 (WCJX 96.3MHz)Edit

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(News Program) 96X, 11:59. South Florida, thank you very much; and in closing, here's the Vice President & General Manager of 96X...Bob Allen.

This is Bob Allen, Executive Vice President & General Manager of WCJX, 96X -- a Charter Broadcasting station.

It is with great regret that tonight has been our last broadcast in the South Florida radio market.

Charter Broadcasting still disagrees with the decision of the Federal Communications Commission, in closing us down because of actions of the prior management of Beasley-Reed Broadcasting.

We want to thank you, the listening audience, for the fantastic support you have given 96X over the years.

But with no recourse available to us, we will follow the mandate of the Commission, and tonight end broadcasting on this frequency.

We at Charter Broadcasting have tried our hardest to sincerely service the South Florida radio market to be more than just a radio station, but a strong influence and help for all charitable agencies and causes.

I particularly want to thank our 96X staff -- the greatest and most loyal group of people I've had the pleasure of working with in my 28 years in the broadcasting business.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts at Charter Broadcasting, and of course, mine in particular; and to you, South Florida radio: thank you, our good 96X listeners.

96X...is WCJX, Miami.

November 6, 1986-February 5, 2012 (WPOW-FM 96.5MHz)Edit

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(News Program) 96X, 11:59. South Florida, thank you very much; and in closing, here's the Vice President & General Manager of 96X...Bob Allen.

This is Bob Allen, Executive Vice President & General Manager of WPOW, 96X -- a Charter Broadcasting station.

It is with great regret that tonight has been our last broadcast in the South Florida radio market.

Charter Broadcasting still disagrees with the decision of the Federal Communications Commission, in closing us down because of actions of the prior management of CBS Radio affliate of CBS Radio Stations Inc.

We want to thank you, the listening audience, for the fantastic support you have given 96X over the years.

But with no recourse available to us, we will follow the mandate of the Commission, and tonight end broadcasting on this frequency.

We at Charter Broadcasting have tried our hardest to sincerely service the South Florida radio market to be more than just a radio station, but a strong influence and help for all charitable agencies and causes.

I particularly want to thank our 96X staff -- the greatest and most loyal group of people I've had the pleasure of working with in my 28 years in the broadcasting business.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts at Charter Broadcasting, and of course, mine in particular; and to you, South Florida radio: thank you, our good 96X listeners.

96X...is WPOW, Miami.

February 16, 2012-January 5, 2016 Edit

(News Program) 96X, 11:59. South Florida, thank you very much; and in closing, here's the Vice President & General Manager of 96X...Bob Allen.

This is Bob Allen, Executive Vice President & General Manager of WPOW, 96X -- a Charter Broadcasting station.

It is with great regret that tonight has been our last broadcast in the South Florida radio market.

Charter Broadcasting still disagrees with the decision of the Federal Communications Commission, in closing us down because of actions of the prior management of CBS Radio affliate of CBS Radio Stations Inc.

We want to thank you, the listening audience, for the fantastic support you have given 96X over the years.

But with no recourse available to us, we will follow the mandate of the Commission, and tonight end broadcasting on this frequency.

We at Charter Broadcasting have tried our hardest to sincerely service the South Florida radio market to be more than just a radio station, but a strong influence and help for all charitable agencies and causes.

I particularly want to thank our 96X staff -- the greatest and most loyal group of people I've had the pleasure of working with in my 28 years in the broadcasting business.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts at Charter Broadcasting, and of course, mine in particular; and to you, South Florida radio: thank you, our good 96X listeners.

96X...is WPOW, Miami.

January 5, 2016-present Edit

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(News Program) 96X, 11:59. South Florida, thank you very much; and in closing, here's the Vice President & General Manager of 96X...Bob Allen.

This is Bob Allen, Executive Vice President & General Manager of WPOW, 96X -- a Charter Broadcasting station.

It is with great regret that tonight has been our last broadcast in the South Florida radio market.

Charter Broadcasting still disagrees with the decision of the Federal Communications Commission, in closing us down because of actions of the prior management of CBS Radio affliate of CBS Radio Stations Inc.

We want to thank you, the listening audience, for the fantastic support you have given 96X over the years.

But with no recourse available to us, we will follow the mandate of the Commission, and tonight end broadcasting on this frequency.

We at Charter Broadcasting have tried our hardest to sincerely service the South Florida radio market to be more than just a radio station, but a strong influence and help for all charitable agencies and causes.

I particularly want to thank our 96X staff -- the greatest and most loyal group of people I've had the pleasure of working with in my 28 years in the broadcasting business.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts at Charter Broadcasting, and of course, mine in particular; and to you, South Florida radio: thank you, our good 96X listeners.

96X...is WPOW, Miami.

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