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City of license WKLL: Frankfort, New York
WKRL-FM: North Syracuse, New York
WKRH: Fair Haven, New York
Broadcast area WKLL: Utica-Rome, New York
WKRL-FM: Syracuse, New York
WKRH: Oswego-Fulton, New York
Branding K-Rock
Slogan The Rock You Live On
Frequency WKLL: 94.9 MHz
WKRL-FM: 100.9 MHz
WKRH: 106.5 MHz
First air date WKLL: February 12, 1990
WKRL-FM: 1972 (as WEGZ-FM)
WKRH: April 1, 1996
Format Active Rock
ERP WKLL: 34,000 watts
WKRL-FM: 6,000 watts
WKRH: 5,000 watts
HAAT WKLL: 173 meters
WKRL-FM: 50 meters
WKRH: 100 meters
Class WKLL: B
Facility ID WKLL: 54959
WKRL-FM: 54547
WKRH: 56996
Callsign meaning WKLL: WK Lauren Levine
WKRL and WKRH: KR K Rock
Former callsigns WKRL-FM:
WEGZ-FM (1972-1993)
Owner Galaxy Communications
Webcast Listen Live or
Listen Live
Website krock.com

WKLL, WKRL-FM, and WKRH are a series of radio stations owned by Galaxy Communications. The FM stations, broadcasting at 94.9 MHz, 100.9 MHz, and 106.5 MHz respectively, are all branded as "K-Rock" and run an active rock format. The stations are licensed to Frankfort (Utica-Rome area), Syracuse, and Fair Haven, New York (serving the Oswego-Fulton area) respectively.

The Central New York K-Rock stations sponsor the annual K-Rockathon.

WKLL first went on the air on February 12, 1990[1] as a classic rock station with the "Classic 94.9" branding until 1992 switching to the current format modern rock with the "94 K-Rock" branding. WKLL was Galaxy Communications' first station and its call sign comes from the initials of the daughter of Galaxy owner Ed Levine.[1]


  1. ^ a b Vanno, Philip (February 8, 2015). Galaxy Communications keeping up with the times. Utica Observer-Dispatch. Retrieved February 9, 2015.

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