David Burd of WASH-FM and Beverly Fox of WARW became the new morning hosts in 1994, replacing Steve Schy.On September 1, 1995, at 8 a.m., WGAY re-branded as "Star 99.5" with new call sign WEBR, and shifted towards Hot AC, but listeners didn't accept the more up-tempo music, and the station switched back to branding themselves under the WGAY calls, though with a soft rock format, on June 24, 1996.Unlike other stations that dropped the format, however, WJMO gave its listeners the weekend to say goodbye. on April 2, 2001; the last song played on "Jam'n" was "Last Dance" by Donna Summer.
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(Baltimore finally got a Top 40 station in November 2009, when sister station WCHH flipped from modern rock to Top 40 as "Z 104-3.") The station's main competitors are Entercom's combination of urban-leaning Rhythmic Contemporary WPGC-FM 95.5 and for years adult top 40 WIAD ("94.7 Fresh FM", now classic hits "94.7 The Drive"), and Cumulus Media's adult top 40 WRQX ("Mix 107.3", now K-Love station WLVW).
WIHT-FM's HD Radio HD2 format was flipped to i Heart Media's successful Pride Radio format at Midnight on July 16, 2013, replacing the "Hot Spot"-branded "New!
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He replaced the existing show The Hot Morning Mess with Mark Kaye, Kris Gamble and producer Ron Ross, which exited the station on November 1, 2006. After Samy left the show in August 2011 to work on his musical career with his band, Bonnie Rash, he was replaced by Intern John in 2012 (who got his stage name from the intern position he was holding at the time).