|Broadcast area||Memphis, Tennessee|
|Frequency||92.9 MHz (HD Radio)|
(Entercom License, LLC)
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|W MemFhiS. Pronounced MEMPHIS|
|ERP||6,000 watts horiz|
5,800 watts vert
WMFS-FM is a commercial sports radio radio station in Bartlett, Tennessee, broadcasting to the Memphis, Tennessee area on 92.9 FM, owned by Entercom Communications. WMFS is the radio home for the Memphis Grizzlies. The station's studios are in Southeast Memphis, and the transmitter tower is in Northeast Memphis.
Originally launched in 1995 by fledgling Belz Broadcasting under the "Solid Rock 92.9 MFS!" slogan, WMFS was acquired by Infinity Broadcasting and rebranded "93X" in 2001. The station was purchased by Entercom Communications in 2006.
WMFS was Memphis' home to Howard Stern prior to his departure from terrestrial radio.
WMFS-FM/WMFS maintain studios in the Entercom complex in eastern Memphis. The previous studio was located in the WMC-TV building on Union Avenue with Rover's Morning Glory mornings, Sydney in middays, Crate doing afternoons and Beck at night. Former jocks include Shay, Azi, Ditch, Twitch and Killabrew.
The original on-air line-up in 1995 consisted of Dave Robins in the mornings, Jim Fox middays, Zak in the afternoon drive, Leslie in the evenings, and Tony Vazlini (a.k.a. Vasolini, Mark Cantoni) on overnights. Greg Murray replaced Jim Fox during the middays and was also Production Manager.
On May 21, 2009 WMFS-FM changed its format to sports, simulcasting WMFS 680 AM.