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Wwrx (fm)


Wwrx (fm)

City of license Ledyard, Connecticut
Broadcast area New London, Connecticut
Branding Jammin' 107.7
Frequency 107.7 MHz
First air date November 30, 1995 (1995-11-30) (as WKCD)[1]
Format Rhythmic contemporary
ERP 1,400 watts
HAAT 150 meters (490 ft)
Class A
Facility ID 5873l
Transmitter coordinates
Former callsigns WKCD (1995–2002)
WHJM (2002–2004)
WWRX (2004–2013)
WSKP (2013–2014)
Owner Red Wolf Broadcasting
(Fuller Broadcasting International, LLC)
Sister stations WBMW, WJJF, WSKP
Webcast Listen Live
Website .com.jammin1077www

WWRX ("Jammin' 107.7") is a Rhythmic Contemporary music formatted radio station licensed to Ledyard, Connecticut, and serves the New London, Connecticut, area. The station is owned by Red Wolf Broadcasting and broadcasts at 107.7 MHz with an ERP of 1.4 kW.


The station went on the air November 30, 1995 as WKCD, with a smooth jazz format;[1] this was replaced with a modern adult contemporary format from 1999–2002 (under owners Back Bay Broadcasting and AAA Entertainment). [1] [2] The current format launched in 2002; initially using the WHJM call sign, it became WWRX in 2004 after 103.7 FM in Westerly, Rhode Island changed its call letters from WWRX-FM to WEEI-FM (it is now WVEI-FM). Under the direction of Brian Ram, who serves as Red Wolf's VP/Programming.

The station moved its city of license from Pawcatuck, Connecticut to Ledyard effective August 22, 2013. On December 24, 2013 WWRX changed its call letters to WSKP, swapping call letters with 1180 AM; the swap was reversed on April 23, 2014.


  1. ^ a b Broadcasting & Cable Yearbook 1999 (PDF). 1999. p. D-79. Retrieved February 27, 2012. 

External links

  • Jammin' 107.7's official website
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WWRX
  • Radio-Locator information on WWRX
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WWRX
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