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|City||Panama City, Florida|
|Broadcast area||Panama City, Florida|
|Slogan||Panama City's Best Country|
|First air date||March 7, 1967 (as WDLP-FM)|
|Call sign meaning||We're PAnama City Proud|
|Former call signs||WDLP-FM (1967-1969)|
(Clear Channel Broadcasting Licenses, Inc.)
|Sister stations||WDIZ, WEBZ, WFLF-FM, WFSY|
WPAP began broadcast on March 7, 1967 as WDLP-FM, which was an FM translation of the popular AM station WDLP, with an ERP of 39 kW.  On May 24, 1968, an application for assignment of the licences of both the FM and AM station were filed by a "Miracle Radio, Inc.". The station fell into their ownership later that year. In March 1969, the station was renamed WPAP-FM. To celebrate the new radio station, a concert was held at the City Auditorium on 4 April of that year, and featured Wilma Burgess, Archie Campbell, Lorene Mann, and Ray Pillow. Along with the call sign change, WPAP also became the first stereo FM station in the Florida Panhandle, thanks to strengthened equipment. On January 10, 1975 at 6:21p.m., WPAP switched transmitters, increasing their power to 100,000 watts.
From 1981 until 1984, it was marketed as "North Florida's Country Music Station" under the nickname "WPAP/FM 92". In March 1984, the station experimented with changing its branding to "92 WPAP". This lasted for barely under a year, when in early 1985 it became known as "WPAP 92.5". The current name, "92.5 WPAP", has been used since 1993.
- 1966 Broadcasting Yearbok (PDF). 1966. p. B-34. Retrieved October 16, 2018.
- WPAP official website
- Query the FCC's FM station database for WPAP
- Radio-Locator information on WPAP
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WPAP
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