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WHNF

1947-1948

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WMGM-FM

1948–1955

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WVNJ-FM

1961–1965

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1965–1970

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1970-1977

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1977–1983

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WHTZ 

1983–1987

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The station, which now had the call sign as WHTZ, went back on the air at 6:08 AM on August 2, 1983 with new program director and morning jock Scott Shannon. The first two songs ever played on the station were "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor, and "America" by Neil Diamond. Initially, the station called themselves by their new call letters, but by late August, they began calling themselves "Z100". The station signed on from its new and still-incomplete studio in Secaucus, transmitting from the old FM tower site in West Orange, New Jersey, as their antenna was not moved to the top of the Empire State Building until August 4 at 6:00 AM.

1987–1988

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1988–1990

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1990–1994

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1994-1999

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1999-2000

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2000–2001

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2001–2012

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2012–present


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