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Wtkm-fm

WTKM-FM
City of license Hartford, Wisconsin
Branding "WTKM-FM"
Frequency 104.9 FM MHz
Format Full service, polka, Talk
ERP 5,800 watts
HAAT 91 meters
Class A
Facility ID 34303
Callsign meaning We're The Kettle Moraine
Owner Tomsun Media, LLC
Sister stations WTKM
Website www.wtkm.com

WTKM-FM (104.9 FM) is a full service radio station located in Hartford, Wisconsin, and serving the Milwaukee metropolitan area. They are the only stations owned by Tomsun Media, LLC, and broadcast a community-oriented format consisting of oldies, classic country, German music, polka and local news/talk programming.

WTKM-FM began broadcasting in 1973 when WTTN-FM in Watertown, moved from 104.7 to 94.1 FM so that WTKM could apply for an FM license on 104.9 MHz.

The call letters original meaning under the previous owner was "Wisconsin's Total Kettle Moraine". Prior to approximately 2012, the station ran a polka format, one of the few stations in the United States to run the format full-time.

External links

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

Coordinates: 43°16′48″N 88°23′02″W / 43.280°N 88.384°W / 43.280; -88.384


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