WFTN-FM

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WFTN-FM
WFTN-FM logo.png
City of license Franklin, New Hampshire
Broadcast area Central New Hampshire
Branding "Mix 94.1"
Slogan Today's Hit Music
Frequency 94.1 MHz
First air date April 10, 1987
Format Contemporary Hit Radio
ERP 6,000 watts
HAAT 100 meters
Class A
Facility ID 49390
Owner Northeast Communications
Website www.mix941fm.com

WFTN-FM (Mix 94.1 FM) is a radio station based in central New Hampshire which airs a CHR music format. Broadcasting with 6,000 watts from Calef Hill in Tilton, the station covers the Franklin, Laconia, and Concord areas and nearby communities.

The station is owned by Northeast Communications, a local broadcasting company owned by Jeff Fisher. Sister stations to WFTN-FM are WPNH-FM 100.1 in Plymouth, WSCY 106.9 in Moultonborough, WFTN-AM in Franklin, and WPNH-AM in Plymouth.

WFTN-FM signed on the air in 1987 as Adult Contemporary 94FM. Over the years, the station evolved into a CHR station. Longtime Mix 94.1 air personalities include Fred Caruso and News Director Amy Bates (5 am – 10 am), Lisa McHugh (10 am – 2 pm), Tim Martin (2 pm – 6 pm) and weekends with Gary Ford and Eric Scott.

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Coordinates: 43°28′23″N 71°36′18″W / 43.473°N 71.605°W / 43.473; -71.605