The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and... City of Manitowoc Housing Inspection Program Doing Well Only A Few Years In. For many years, WNUF was owned by the Hammond Family who ran and still run the Pittsburgh Green Sheet. Although it’s on the first commercial frequency on the dial,  WPTS is non-commercial.

But the format wouldn’t last as the station, and it’s sister WKPA (1150 New Kensington) were sold to Salem Communications. The Two Rivers Football team is in quarantine due ... DNR On Track to Fill Great Lakes Fish Stocking Quotas. In 1964, the company applied for and was granted a license for 95.3 FM which later became WYTK. Nationwide Broadcasting bought the stations from Heftel and WSHH’s beautiful music flourished. In October 2007, a week-long stunt of Christmas music was accompanied by liners saying “Pitts-urgh — something’s missing”. Started in 1957 by a group of students including Adrian Cronauer whose story is told in the 1987 film, “Good Morning, Vietnam”. A callsign change was in order and WFFM Rockin’ Easy was the name. The permit was allowed to expire in April, 2013 with no station ever making it to air. Pitt began to apply for a Commercial FM station in 1977. In 1989, after enjoying years as a successful “at-work” station, WLTJ became challenged by WSHH which switched from beautiful music to soft AC format.

In 1983 it flipped again to compete against WBZZ.



The studios were relocated to Pittsburgh’s South Side in 1994. In 2007, K-Rock came to an end and on came “The Man Station” – 93.7 The Zone (WTZN). The station was set up at a different site across campus where it was located when the sale took place. But in 1981 the station became WBZZ with a top-40 format. Signing on as WLOA-FM in 1959, simulcasting 1550’s programming and independently airing easy listening music. In 2010, after sister B-94 was dropped for a second time in favor of sports, WZPT took on the audience that was disenfranchised by the format change. 92.5 WQMU Indiana, PennsylvaniaOwner: St. Pier Group/Renda BroadcastingFormat: Hot AC.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has anno... Rahr-West Art Museum Temporarily Closing Due to COVID. Pink Heals Spokesman Talks About Upcoming Walk/Run and Auction. It retained similar formats through two call letter changes – WKOI and WJOI. In 2006, the station was among the first in Pittsburgh to begin HD Radio transmission. When WAMO was taken off the air, WLTJ tried an evening urban-themed program for a while. Within a year, the moniker was changed to “The Switch” but retained the format.

89.3 WQED-FM Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaOwner: WQED MultimediaFormat: Classical. In 1991, the WVTY calls were assigned and the station spent six years as “Variety 96”. The format was switched to AC in 1984 when Saul Frischling bought the station under his Legend Communications brand.
103.7 WFSJ-LP Indiana, PennsylvaniaOwner: Godstock Ministries, Inc.Format: Christian Contemporary. In 2009, WANB-FM became WKVE, a set of calls used on BCI’s first station in St. Mary’s, PA (now WDDH). It was joined in 1953 by a short-lived TV station (WKJF-TV) on Channel 53. We turn our attention to Week 2 of the high school football season with 36 video and audio broadcasts kicking off Thursday and continuing through Saturday. But a new staff was eventually hired and yet the call letters were retained.

But in 2006, Sheridan sold WJJJ to the St. Pier Group which is a subsidiary of Renda Broadcasting.

Manitowoc County Executive Bob Ziegelbauer cut the... HFM Chief Nursing Officer Explains how COVID-19 is Effecting Flu Shots. The stations were sold in 2017 to Broadcast Communications III, Inc and 103.9 became WKHB-FM. The stations were sold in 1999 to Stop 26/Riverbend Ground in Youngstown, but that would only last a few months. The high school fall sports season kicks into full gear this week on the TribLive High School Sports Network. Until 2002, WRWJ had a translator at 98.5 FM licensed to Glenshaw in Shaler Township. In the 1970s, the station flipped to WRKY and was known as “Rocky 103.5” with an automated format but later a CHR station. The format was tweaked to a soft rock geared to women and given the nickname “Fem-FM”. Great Scott Broadcasting turned WFEM into WKST-FM in 1988. The format was flipped to Variety hits “SAM-FM” fed by Westwood One. The station went through a number of formats as WOKU including  AC, Disco, Country and Heavy Metal before shifting to a top-40 station in the late 1980s as WSSZ (Hot Hits Z-107). “Hit Radio 96” (WHTX) managed to compete with B-94, but in the late 80s took on a Gold AC format as “Gold 96”. Salem Communications, formed in the early 1980s, wanted to buy the pair in the mid-80s, but the stations were sold to Pyramid Broadcasting. Originally owned by Hearst Broadcasting, 96.1 signed on as WCAE-FM in 1960 and was sister to 1250 AM and WTAE-TV (4). Because of the Class A license, WOGI could not be licensed to Pittsburgh, hence the Duquesne allocation. WBZZ’s sister – WZPT (100.7) aired a similar format stealing away some of the audience as well. 99.3 WPKL Connellsville, PennsylvaniaOwner: Keymarket LicensesFormat: Classic 60s and 70s. The airstaff at WWSW has been a “Who’s Who” of Pittsburgh radio over the years, including Jim Merkel who spent 31 years with the station from the time it was WPEZ through 2010, most of that time as the morning drive host. 104.7 signed on as WYDD in 1967 and owned by Nelson Goldberg’s Gateway Broadcasting Enterprises. In the early 1990s Entercom was able to survive the country wars between it and K-Bear at 100.7. Copyright Law. Later the license would be transferred to Confluence. Due to escalating COVID-19 cases within our commun... Tartarus Pavilion at Maribel Caves Park Now Open For Business.

The station was 10 watts at 98.5 and moved to 92.1 in 1994. The WJST calls were moved to 1280 AM and the WKPL calls were placed here with a simulcast of the Pickle format from sister WPKL in Uniontown. Peters Township’s Donovan McMillon, a Florida commit, goes through drills during workouts Thursday, Aug.20, 2020, at Peters Township High School. In 1985, former WAMO general manager Ray Gusky purchased the station and flipped the calls to WNQQ with an AC format. The calls were changed to WOGH that April. Contact via Email 4122753165 [fax] Station Website General Resources The Public and Broadcasting Manual In 2006 they built a LEED certified Community Broadcast Center in Bedford Square several blocks from their old South Side location. WPIAL Football – Chartiers Valley at Aliquippa at 7 p.m. on WMBA-AM 1460 and on WKPL-FM 92.1. In 1985, the station began a three-year stint as the region’s first Alternative station as “Double X 100.7” (WXXP).

Then, it the late 80s it took on a Rhythmic top-40 format as “Mix Jamz” (WMXP).

After years of negotiating, Salem agreed to buy religious outlets WPIT-AM/FM (730/101.5) and thereby donated WKPA to a Pentecostal Church while selling 104.7 to Entercom who owned WDSY and WEEP-AM.As WORD/WPIT stayed in Greentree, 104.7’s studios moved to Gateway Towers where WDSY and WEEP were operating.

94.5 WWSW Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaOwner: iHeart Media, Inc.Format: Classic Hits. 96.9 WRRK Braddock, PennsylvaniaOwner: Steel City MediaFormat: Variety Classic Hits. The station used to have translator broadcasts over W257CD Pittsburgh and W292DH Uniontown. A year later, the format was tweaked to be “free-form” and WDVE was born. Pleasant, © 2020 TribLIVE High School Sports Network | All rights reserved, High school scores and summaries for Oct. 17, 2020, Leechburg earns 400th win and could record first winning season since 1991, A-K Valley high school football notebook: Apollo-Ridge could be at mercy of playoff selection committee, Trib HSSN’s Week 6 top performers for passing, rushing, receiving, WPIAL Class 2A roundup: Hough, Livingston guide Beaver Falls to MAC championship. 101.5 was originally WPIT-FM and operated as a sister to the AM on 730. When Clear Channel developed WKST on 96.1, it was the first time in a long time a station took ratings from WBZZ.

The new moniker was “3-W-S”.
In 2004, RMS sold the station along with AM sister WDAD to Renda Broadcasting’s subsidiary, St. Pier Group who had previously purchased rivals WCCS and WLCY.

The first KDKA-FM signing on in 1942.

This arrangement continued through the late 1970s with part of the day’s programming on FM being a softer country format.

Five years later, the two stations took the WTAE calls forming a callsign triumvirate with WTAE-AM/FM/TV. In 1973 though, the call letters were changed to WPEZ and it would serve as a top-40 station for several years. Dennis Miller, Scott Paulsen and John McIntire were just a few of the guys the station touted.

Some time later, the station had a permit to move the Community of License to Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. WKPL is a full-power simulcast of sister station WPKL Uniontown. Over time, all simulcasting ended and WLER maintained an Adult Contemporary format of one sort or another. The station dumped its jazz format in favor of NPR programming with local programs sprinkled in.

Some of the WSHH airstaff moved over to WEZE and managed to make a go of the format for nearly two years. While the station could be heard in extreme southern Allegheny County, it mainly focused on Greene, Washington and Fayette Counties. The switch was made in 1996 and 106.7 FM became WAMO. (DVE standing for “dove”, the bird of peace.) In the late 70’s, FM-97 signed on playing more of a Soft AC sound under the direction of McVay Media Consultant Dave Popovich. In 1997, it became “The River” with the WDRV calls. 95.3 WJPA-FM Washington, PennsylvaniaOwner: Washington Broadcasting CompanyFormat: Oldies. Eventually the Greensburg station was sold to Renda Broadcasting after the WAMO transmitter was moved to a tower in Wexford, Allegheny County. In 1969, it began airing a tape service album rock format called “Love” which was specifically designed for the 7 FM stations ABC owned. In fact, the new WEZE (“Easy 104.7”) stole away some of WSHH’s air talent.

Transition to New Wisconsin State Hemp Plan Postponed; Current Pilot Program Extended. In 1981 the format was changed to Country/Western and eventually a self-explanatory format as Classic Hits 104.3. The format was Big Band. 92.1 WKPL Ellwood City, PennsylvaniaOwner: Keymarket Licenses, LLCFormat: Oldies.