WRSN-FM

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About WRSN-FM

WKSL, known as "93.9 KISS-FM", (formerly WRSN-FM) is a Rhythmic Contemporary radio station that serves the Raleigh-Durham market of North Carolina. It is owned and operated by Clear Channel Worldwide, whose sister stations include G105, Rush Radio 106.1, and 100.7 the River. The station was formerly licensed to Burlington, North Carolina, which is part of the Piedmont Triad market. However, the station changed its city of license to Cary after moving its transmitter from Terrell's Mountain in Chatham County to the former WLFL-TV analog tower in Apex, along with G105 in the spring of 2008. WKSL's studios are located at Clear Channel's Triangle facility in Raleigh. WFNS 1150 and WFNS-FM 93.9 simultaneously signed on from Burlington in early 1947. The stations were owned by the Burlington-Graham Broadcasting Company. Prior to its move in to the Triangle market, the station was based in Burlington, North Carolina and went by the call letters WBAG-FM. It was originally a sister station to its AM counterpart at 1150 AM. It was also the place that John Isley of John-Boy and Billy fame got his start in the radio business in the mid-1970s. In 1984, WBAG-FM successfully completed its move

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