WJCD, known on air as Smooth Jazz 107.7, is an US smooth jazz radio station owned by Clear Channel. 107.7 used to simulcast with WCDG in Moyock, North Carolina, but WCDG recently switched to an oldies format. Also, the station is licensed to Windsor, Virginia. Its transmitter is located in Suffolk, Virginia.
Added HD Radio broadcasts in 6/2006. The "Lite FM" simulcast on 92.1/WCDG was dropped on 8/12/05 and was flipped it to 60s-70s Oldies "Cool 92.1." Flipped to Soft AC "Lite FM" on 3/1/2004 at midnight and returned to a simulcast with 92.1 Moyock. Started to carry the John Tesh Show on 3/8/2004. Tesh's first affiliate to do so in the mornings. Was known as New Adult Contemporary / Smooth Jazz "CD 107.7." Previously known as "Vibe 107.7 Hits And Jammin' Old School" until a frequency swap with 105.3 on 6/25/2001. Clear Channel wanted "The Tom Joyner Morning Show" on a 50,000 watt blow-torch to go up against Entercom Urban AC "95-7" R&B WVKL. This station dates back to the late 1980s. It started as religious WXRI on October 20, 1989. On May 1, 1992 started to simulcast with then-1350 WRAP-AM and changed calls to WBSK-FM a couple of weeks later. A year after that they took the WSVY calls. In March of 1999, had the 'Jammin' Oldies' format that was sweeping the nation at the time. 107.7 became WJCD when Clear Channel decided to move the longtime Jazz format from its 105.3 frequency to make way for a new Adult Urban Format on 105.3 .The Jazz format was later dropped for a Soft A/C simulcast with sister station WCDG as The Lite FM" with a soft A/C format .