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WGTZ is a commercial FM station licensed in Eaton, Ohio at 92.9 MHz serving the Dayton and Springfield market area with an adult hits format, branded as "92.9 Jack FM." It is currently owned by Portland, Oregon-based Alpha Media.Its studios are located in Kettering, Ohio (with a Dayton address) and its transmitter is in Brookville, Ohio.Fares change frequently and are subject to availability.International travel may require proof of return flight.A serious heart attack in the early 1970s forced him to put the station up for sale while at the same time, Great Trails was looking to acquire an FM station as a sister for its Dayton AM station WING when no more commercial FM frequencies in Dayton were available. Coning sold the station and eventually was granted an AM frequency several years after his health improved.
Robertson hired Doug Ritter (Doug Ritterling), as one of WJAI's first announcers. The power increase was finally approved by the FCC after a prolonged legal battle with owners of two Dayton stations; the owners protested establishment of a new competing station in the Dayton market.
On March 18, 1984 at Noon, Great Trails Broadcasting flipped WJAI to WGTZ, "Z-93", with the first song on the new "Hot Rockin', Flame Throwin'" Z-93 was "Footloose" by Kenny Loggins, kicking off 10,093 songs in a row without commercial interruption.
The catchy legal ID "WGTZ, Eaton/Dayton and Springfield ALIVE!
WJAI-FM remained at this location for nearly three years.
Coning was employed as the on-site engineer, Program Director John Robertson rarely visited the studios, maintaining his Dayton, Ohio address.