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The free beverage in the evening and the included breakfast cooked to order served in a delightfully decorated dining room are really friendly and warm touches. Not "luxurious" but I don't think that the area has any "luxury" options.I was really happy with the room, the staff was friendly and attentive.Zelkowitz in the 1950s and remained locally owned and operated under Mt. During the 70s & early 80s, the station was known as O94, playing Adult Contemporary music.In spring of 1986, along with its power increase from 20 to 50 k W, the station changed its call letters to WQIO with a live Adult CHR format.With Mike Greene as General Manager, the change was supported with new air talent and jingles, contests and promotions, and live remotes throughout the region.Some of the on air talent at the time included Jan Chamberlain, Bill Moore, Jon Zellner, Joel Riley, Tony Coles, and the Morning Crew: Dave Macy, Stacy Mc Kay & Skip Bennington.
WQIO were also the call letters used by 1060 AM in Canton, Ohio during its brief but successful run as a Top 40 station in the late 1970s.After that sale, WQIO adopted the name "Eagle 93-7," sharing the name with sister station "Eagle 99" WFRO in Fremont.Upon the name change, the station initially carried the "Today's Hits, Yesterday's Favorites" satellite format from ABC Radio before taking Dial Global Local's "AC Pure" format.In 2000, Knox Broadcasting and the entire Ohio Radio Group was sold to Clear Channel Broadcasting for Million.WQIO and WMVO remained under Clear Channel ownership until October 1, 2005, when they were sold to the current owners, BAS Broadcasting.
These ventures, along with serious upgrades in branding and programming raised the station's appeal in the region, and even pulled in significant ratings from the Columbus Market—giving Columbus based WNCI a run for its money in areas that received WQIO's signal.