WOLV

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For the student television station of the University of Michigan, see WOLV (TV).
WOLV-FM
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City of license Houghton, Michigan
Broadcast area [1]
Branding 97-7 The Wolf
Slogan Keweenaw's Classic Hits
Frequency 97.7 MHz
Format Classic Hits
ERP 6,500 watts
HAAT 180 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 65673
Callsign meaning The WOLf
Former callsigns WOLF-FM (3/1/90-4/25/94)
WHUH (1/7/80-3/1/90)
Owner Houghton Community Broadcasting Corporation
Website thewolf.com

WOLV (97.7 FM, "The Wolf"") is a radio station licensed to Houghton, Michigan, broadcasting a classic hits format. The studios are at 313 E. Montezuma in Houghton, a location it shares with its sister stations, WCCY and WHKB-FM.

The station first went on the air in January 1980 as WHUH-FM. In 1990, the station's call letters were changed to WOLF-FM. In 1994, the call letters were changed to WOLV-FM.

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Coordinates: 47°08′06″N 88°33′54″W / 47.135°N 88.565°W / 47.135; -88.565