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was also featured on Harry Porterfield's "Someone You Should Know" on WLS-TV, ABC's Chicago local station, broadcast March 9, 2009.
-LP is a low-power FM radio station that operates on the 98.3 frequency, based in Round Lake Heights, Illinois.
In 1999, Cox Radio purchased WEDA from the local investors who owned the station, changed the call letters to
, and changed the format to active rock. The new on-air name of the station was "Real Rock 97.3". Initially, the station was moderately successful. However, a weak signal (initially, the station broadcast at 640 watts ERP) and competition from modern rock/alternative station WRAX caused
to become one of the lowest rated FM stations in Birmingham.
has had some press recognition for its eclectic, quality programming. In 2008, the TechTalk Show was selected as one of Information Week's 100 Top Tech Finds. In 2010, Paste Magazine named
one of the 40 best little radio stations in the United States. In 2011, the Houston Press also named Subterranean, WRLR's Thursday night underground rock show, "the best place to hear up and coming indie-rock in the entire world."
In early 1987,
switched from 106.3 to 103.5 FM in order to increase its coverage area from a new tower location on Williamsburg Mountain, leaving the old dial location vacant.
In 1992, Mary Lou Maierhofer of Altoona applied for and was granted the license to operate at 106.3 FM in Huntingdon. The station with the call letters WQHG went on the air from the studio location of a now dark directional daytime only AM radio station, WQRO AM 1080 which had signed on the air in the mid 1970s. Utilizing the old studios along Fairgrounds Road, WQHG also acquired the old transmitter location of
on Stone Creek Ridge. One remaining tower from old WQRO was used as an STL facility for WQHG to send its signal to the transmitter site.
A station at 106.3 FM first went on the air as the sister FM to WHUN AM 1150 featuring simulcast broadcast. When the AM signed off at local sunset listeners were invited to switch to 106.3 FM and continuing listening until midnight. In 1976 the FM became
, Raystown Lake Radio and featured a beautiful music format. Heavy rotation of instrumental versions of popular songs, with a few vocals each hour. WHUN AM first went on the air in March, 1947 at 1400 AM with 250 watts, then increased power to 1,000 watts. WHUN AM then switched to 1150 AM a regional signal and operates at 5,000 watts daytime and has decreased pre and post sunset power levels non-directional.
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