WCUP

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WCUP
WCUP-FM 2013.jpg
City of license L'Anse, Michigan
Broadcast area Keweenaw Peninsula
Branding "Eagle Country 105.7"
Frequency 105.7 FM MHz
First air date April 30, 1998
Format Country
Power 51,000 Watts
HAAT 261 meters (856 ft)
Class C1
Facility ID 36092
Transmitter coordinates 46°39′50.0″N 88°23′6.0″W / 46.663889°N 88.385000°W / 46.663889; -88.385000
Callsign meaning W C (see) the Upper Peninsula
Former callsigns WAAE (6/23/95-9/18/95)
Affiliations ABC Radio News
Green Bay Packers Radio Network
Owner Keweenaw Bay Indian Community
Sister stations WGLI
Webcast WCUP Webstream
Website WCUP Online

WCUP is a Country formatted broadcast radio station licensed to L'Anse, Michigan, serving the Keweenaw Peninsula. WCUP is owned and operated by Keweenaw Bay Indian Community.[1]

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