The station signed on as a class A gospel station licensed to Jesup called WSOJ. In 1982, the station flipped (along with many others) to an audio simulcast of the new CNN Headline News.
Gospel returned to the station in 1984, then country WAJS "The Great 98" a year later.
Within a few months, the station became AC WZKS "Kiss FM". In 1989, the station's tower was moved to McIntosh County, closer to Savannah and began broadcasting oldies as "Oldies 98.3", and later "98.3 Cool FM."
In 2005, the station flipped to an adult hits format under the Jack FM brand.
On March 16, 2007, the station dropped the Jack FM format and returned to the oldies format once again, as "Oldies 98.3" after a 'protest' was held by then-former morning host Chuck "Boom Boom" Cannon asking for the return of Oldies 98.3.
On May 25, 2018, the station began stunting with a heartbeat sound, and teasing that "something hot" was coming.
Under the terms of the sale, however, a formal sale filing will not be made for the Savannah stations until August 2019, with Dick operating these stations under a local marketing agreement in the meantime.