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Wkfm

WKFM
City of license Huron, Ohio
Broadcast area Sandusky/Port Clinton, Ohio
Lake Erie Islands
Branding K-96
Slogan Your Kind Of Country!
Frequency 96.1 (MHz)
First air date January 13, 1995
Format Country
Power 3,400 watts
HAAT 133 meters
Class A
Callsign meaning Derivative of K-96
Owner Elyria-Lorain Broadcasting
Sister stations WLKR-AM, WLKR-FM
Website wkfm.com

WKFM is an FM radio station licensed to Huron, Ohio, operating on 96.1 MHz. Its transmitter is in Berlin Heights and its studios are in Milan, along with sister stations WLKR-FM and WLKR (AM). The station is locally owned by Elyria-Lorain Broadcasting Co.,[1] and features a Country format positioned on-air as "K-96." Programming is a combination of local hosts and Dial Global's Mainstream Country satellite format.

WKFM serves the Sandusky/Port Clinton/Lake Erie Islands (Vacationland) region.

While at first it was only a satellite-fed signal (carrying Westwood One's satellite country channel), this is now only the case outside of drive-time and on weekends. The station is also an affiliate of NASCAR programming.[2]

References

  1. ^ Elyria-Lorain Broadcasting - North Coast Now.com
  2. ^ NASCAR on K96 - WKFM Radio

External links

  • WKFM's homepage
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WKFM
  • Radio-Locator information on WKFM
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WKFM


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