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WUSA - A History

WUSA-FM 100.7 Tampa – Gannett’s Florida Broadcasting, Inc. (James D. Mulla, president/GM) switched its Tampa 100-kilowatt adult contemporary W-101 WIQI-FM to WUSA-FM (“100.7 WUSA”/“101 WUSA”) in 1985. Offices and studios were at 504 Reo Street in Tampa.

When Jacor acquired WUSA in 1996, 100.7 FM became Kiss FM WUKS.

Some names from WUSA’s history include John Scott (John Dalton-1980’s), Bob DeCarlo (operations-1986) and Judd Otis (“Bob & Judd Show” mornings 1986 to 1996), Anne Clarke (Anne Gress 1986-89), Dave Strubbe (VP sales-1986), Chris Miller (Evan Miller-PD/MD/evenings-1986), Chris Boyd (promotions-1986), Kelly Dobbs (news director-1986), Dick Lucas (chief engineer-1986), Mike Taylor (1987), Bobby Irwin (PD 1988-90), Lisa Logan (weekends-1990), Bobby Rich (afternoons-1990), Nancy Alexander (“Bob & Judd Show”- early 90’s), Banana Joe Montione (1993-95), Scotty Love (overnights 1993-96), Jon Holiday (1994), Marc Kaye (general manager), Don Shafer (afternoons), Mickey Stone (Michelle Abrams-overnights), Joy Katzen-Guthrie, and Scott Steele.

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