WTLN

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WTLN
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City of license Orlando, Florida
Broadcast area Greater Orlando
Slogan Life Changing Radio
Frequency 950 kHz
First air date 1940
Format Religious
Power 12,000 watts day
5,000 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 48731
Transmitter coordinates 28°32′8.00″N 81°26′56.00″W / 28.5355556°N 81.4488889°W / 28.5355556; -81.4488889
Former callsigns WLOF, WZKD
Owner Salem Communications
(Pennsylvania Media Associates, Inc.)
Website www.wtln.com

WTLN (950 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Religious format. Licensed to Orlando, Florida, USA, it serves the greater Orlando area. The station is currently owned by Salem Communications.

Programming on WTLN used to be repeated on WHIM AM 1520 in Apopka. (WHIM AM 1520 is now WBZW AM 1520)

History[edit]

WTLN originally signed on as WLOF, Orlando's second radio station. [1] This station began broadcasting on 1230 kHz AM on October 26, 1940. It switched to 950 kHz and continued to broadcast under this call sign until 1989. During the 1960s and 1970s this station was the leading rock and roll station in Orlando. [2] The station carried the Radio Aahs children's format in the mid-1990s as WZKD.

The WLOF calls today are now used by a Catholic radio station in Buffalo, New York.

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