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JAGUARS RADIO NETWORK GROWS
Published February 10, 1995
The Jaguars radio network has grown to 21 stations and will "reach parts of the Panhandle, southern Georgia and Central Florida," according to the FLORIDA TIMES-UNION. In addition, the team has "deals pending" with 34 stations with another 40 stations "being pursued to join." Officials at WOKV-AM 690, the Jaguars' flagship, say that by the "time all deals are final, Jaguars football will likely be heard" in Pensacola, Melbourne, Macon, GA, and Columbia, SC (Earl Daniels, FLORIDA TIMES-UNION, 2/8).