It is licensed for HD Radio and planned to commence HD Radio broadcasts in April, 2006.
Clear Channel Communications acquired the station in March, 1994. The callsign was changed to WBGG-FM on September 1, 1994.
In April 2004, the Federal Communications Commission fined Clear Channel Communications $495,000 for broadcasting allegedly indecent material on the Howard Stern show. Subsequently, Clear Channel dropped the Stern show from six stations: WBGG-FM' in Fort Lauderdale, FL; WTKS-FM, Cocoa Beach, FL; WTFX-FM, Louisville, KY; KIOZ-FM, San Diego; WNVE-FM, Honeoye Falls, N.Y.; and WXDX-FM, Pittsburgh.
To fill the morning talk slot, in May, 2004, Clear Channel moved Paul & Young Ron from WZTA, Miami (94.9 Zeta). (Lex and Terry took over the morning show at WZTA, but lost that outlet for their syndicated program when it abruptly switched formats to Hispanic Urban in February 2005, changing its callsign to WMGE.) Since the switch, Paul and Young Ron has continued to be a popular program in South Florida.