WFLF-FM

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WFLF-FM
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City of license Parker, Florida
Broadcast area Panama City, Florida
Branding Fox Newsradio 94.5 WFLA
Slogan Panama City's Talk Radio
Frequency 94.5 FM (MHz)
Format News/Talk/Sports
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 303 meters
Class C0
Facility ID 61262
Callsign meaning An extension of WFLA branding
Affiliations Fox News Radio
Fox Sports Radio
WJHG-TV
Owner Clear Channel Communications
Sister stations WDIZ, WEBZ, WFSY, WPAP-FM
Webcast Listen Live
Website 945wfla.com

WFLF-FM, Fox Newsradio 94.5 WFLA, is a news/talk radio station broadcasting in Panama City, Florida. It was previously known as 94.5 The Fox under the calls WFBX, and played rock music. With a 100,000 watt signal, it is by far the most powerful talk radio station in the Panama City market. It features the most listened to talk show host in America (Rush Limbaugh) in the midday and morning talk show, the Doc Washburn show.

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WFLF-FM broadcasts local news and weather updates from WJHG, the local NBC affiliate, twice an hour, plus updates from Fox News Radio following each local newscast. The station also carries the Wall Street Journal Report at the top of each hour, and twice an hour "Traffic Alerts" during AM and PM drive.

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Coordinates: 29°49′08″N 85°15′32″W / 29.819°N 85.259°W / 29.819; -85.259