Basic Radio Station Information
City of License:
Gulf South (Gulf South Communications, Inc.)
WDJR is an FM radio station broadcasting at 96.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Enterprise, AL. The station airs country music programming. WDJR is owned by Gulf South.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Please announce that the Fort Rucker Thrift Shop will be open tomorrow 10 am - 2 pm. (Special Saturday opening as a gift to our customers). We will have specials, gift collection drive of new blankets, bibles, non skid socks and new toiletries for the Veterans at the VA Hospital; and an opportunity to win an Elf on the shelf. Thanks so much!
By: Fort Rucker Thrift Shop on December 5, 2014
Just want to let you know I really enjoy your music choice. Snowbird from Canada.
By: Larry Petch on February 13, 2015
Please announce that the American Legion Post 73 Auxiliary will be holding its first meeting on 3/7/2015 at 11 am (luncheon included). It is located at the American Legion Post 73 Bldg across from the Lee St Baptist Church near the Publix Grocery in Enterprise. We welcome all wives, daughters, sisters, & grandmothers of all veterans. Come join our new Auxiliary!
By: American Legion Post 73 Auxiliary on February 25, 2015
Hey I am from Pace, FL and I really enjoy listening to your old country music station. Some days it is clear and mostly during the day, there is static noise depending where I am at in Pensacola. I wish we had that kind of station here that plays the music you do.
By: genevieve on January 4, 2016
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By: Richard smith on September 8, 2017
Just wondering if anyone remembers the parody of John Anderson's song "Swingin"? It was called "Standin" and if I'm not mistaken it was done by a DJ at one of the South Alabama Radio stations. Does anyone know his name and/or how to get a copy of "Standin"?
By: Timothy Rigdon on October 11, 2017
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