FM Technical Profile: WXBM
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- Station Name:
- 102.7 Nash FM
view] South of Patterson Road, south of I-10 exit 53.
Co-located with WPMI-DT, WSRE-DT, WDPM-DT and WMPV-DT; FM stations
WMEZ, WRGV and WTKX.
- Power (ERP):
- Antenna HAAT:
- 1601 feet.
- 60 dBu protected
map, from the FCC.
PS-NASH FM - 102.7
PS-(song/artist) NASH FM
Text-NASH FM 102.7
Image showing the RDS text decoded by a Sony Bluetooth portable
headset, showing the Radio Text field.
Street View imagery of the Cumulus Pensacola stations' studios off
Marcus Pointe Boulevard in the Brent community.
- Was originally
on 102.3 as a class A offshoot of WEBY AM in Milton, a suburb of
Pensacola. It ran 3 kW at 145 feet early on. Moved to 102.7 to
become a class C facility in the mid 70's, with 100 kW from 500
feet. Around the time the FM upgraded, WEBY/WXBM owner Mapoles
Broadcasting lost the license to the AM due to violating the equal
time provisions of the FCC rulebook.
Moved to a taller tower in Baldwin County in 1986. In 1992 the
station was transferred to June Broadcasting, Inc., and in later it
wound up in the hands of Albany Broadcasting Company of New York
state, which later became Pamal Broadcasting.
Has always been country since it's inception in the 60's. Now a
Pensacola market ratings leader.
- In May
2012 it was announced that longtime owner Pamal had agreed to sell
their Pensacola cluster, WXBM and WMEZ, to Cumulus. These were
the last stations Pamal owned in Florida and marked their exit from
- As part
of a nationwide marketing push, Cumulus flipped WXBM to their Nash
FM branding on 3 February 2014. It's unknown if any local
personalities have survived the change, as Nash is almost totally a