WGLI

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WGLI
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City of license Hancock, Michigan
Broadcast area Keweenaw Peninsula
Branding "98-7 The Rockin' Eagle"
Frequency 98.7 FM MHz
First air date July 18, 2003
Format Mainstream Rock
Power 100,000 Watts
HAAT 159 meters (522 ft)
Class C1
Facility ID 81328
Transmitter coordinates 47°06′13.0″N 88°34′4.0″W / 47.103611°N 88.567778°W / 47.103611; -88.567778
Callsign meaning W EaGLe I
Affiliations Detroit Lions Radio Network
Owner Keweenaw Bay Indian Community
Sister stations WCUP
Webcast WGLI Webstream
Website WGLI Online

WGLI is a Mainstream Rock formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Hancock, Michigan, serving the Keweenaw Peninsula. WGLI is owned and operated by Keweenaw Bay Indian Community.[1]

Coverage and Programming[edit]

Primarily serving the reservation and Keweenaw Peninsula at 100,000 watts, WGLI's signal can also be picked up across Lake Superior in Cook County, Minnesota and Thunder Bay, Ontario.

WGLI also airs some progressive-oriented talk programming on Saturday mornings.

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