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==WFOY-FM==
 
==WFOY-FM==
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==WUVU==
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===1984-1992===
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== WUVU ==
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==WSTF==
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===1992-1995===
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== WSTF ==
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==WFSJ-FM==
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===1995-2000===
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== WFSJ-FM ==
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==WFKS==
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[[File:WKFS (97.9 Kiss-FM).png|center|250px]]
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==WNWW==
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== WNWW ==
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[[File:WNWW_Radio_Now_97.9.png|center|200px]]
 
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==WKSL==
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On July 1, 2011, at Noon, after playing "Just Dance" by Lady Gaga, Kiss FM launched into a "Flashback Weekend" playing hits that were popular from the station's 10-year existence, including 1990's songs, promoting "the end of Kiss" on the 5th at 9am. On that day, after playing the official last song on "KISS-FM", Bye Bye Bye by *NSYNC, WFKS relaunched as "Radio NOW 97-9", with a much more mainstream direction. The first song on "Radio NOW" was "Kryptonite" by 3 Doors Down. The call letters was changed as '''WNWW''' on July 14, 2011.
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On November 1, 2013, WNWW returned to its original branding as "97.9 Kiss-FM". The call letters was changed from '''WNWW''' to '''WKSL''' on August 1, 2014.
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WFKS Edit

2000–2005 Edit

WKFS (97.9 Kiss-FM)

2005–2011 Edit

979kissfm

WNWW Edit

2011–2013 Edit

WNWW Radio Now 97.9

On July 1, 2011, at Noon, after playing "Just Dance" by Lady Gaga, Kiss FM launched into a "Flashback Weekend" playing hits that were popular from the station's 10-year existence, including 1990's songs, promoting "the end of Kiss" on the 5th at 9am. On that day, after playing the official last song on "KISS-FM", Bye Bye Bye by *NSYNC, WFKS relaunched as "Radio NOW 97-9", with a much more mainstream direction. The first song on "Radio NOW" was "Kryptonite" by 3 Doors Down. The call letters was changed as WNWW on July 14, 2011.

WKSL Edit

2013–2018 Edit

WKSL 97.9 Kiss FM

On November 1, 2013, WNWW returned to its original branding as "97.9 Kiss-FM". The call letters was changed from WNWW to WKSL on August 1, 2014.

2018–present Edit

97.9 Kiss FM WKSL


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