FM Technical Profile: WMEZ
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- Station Name:
- Soft Rock 94.1
- Easy Listening.
view] South of I-10 exit 53, south of Patterson Road.
Co-located with WPMI-DT, WSRE-DT, WDPM-DT and WMPV-DT; FM stations
WRGV, WTKX and WXBM.
view] West of Gonzalez,
Florida, near the intersection of Muscogee Road, Jack Branch Road
- Power (ERP):
- 77 kW.
- Antenna HAAT:
- 1,601 feet.
- 60 dBu protected
map, from the FCC.
PS-94.1 WMEZ Today's Soft Rock WMEZ FM
PS-Song Title - Artist
kW @ 528 feet HAAT. 60 dBu protected
contour map, from the FCC.
Screenshot of RDS text display on a Sony Bluetooth portable headset,
showing Radio Text field.
[EZ 94] A tribute station playing the
easy listening that WMEZ played years ago, along with authentic
historic liners and IDs.
Street View imagery of the Cumulus Pensacola stations' studios off
Marcus Pointe Boulevard in the Brent community.
- Since the late
50's this station has been an independent easy listening outlet,
with the called WPEX, later changed to WMEZ. Station was owned by a
F T C Brewer Company, a local stereo dealer who used the station to
promote the sale of upscale sound equipment. For much of the 80's
and 90's was a sister station to WBSR AM. Was a "Schulke" beautiful
music station during the height of that format's success. Went to
easy listening vocals in the early 90's. Now calls itself Soft Rock
94.1 with call letters rarely mentioned. Licensed to Pensacola, this
station enjoys much higher ratings there than in Mobile, though it's
transmitter site is in Baldwin County.
- In 2004 the
1800 foot tower that held WPMI-TV, WHBR-TV, WJLQ-FM, WKSJ-FM,
WBLX-FM and WYOK-FM fell during Hurricane Ivan. The stations
later relocated to alternate tower facilities. Due to the
significant time this station spent off the air, its ratings
suffered greatly in the following years.
- In May
2012 it was announced that longtime owner Pamal had agreed to sell
their Pensacola cluster, including WMEZ, to Cumulus.