WVLD

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WVLD
Black Crow Media of Valdosta.JPG
City of license Valdosta, Georgia
Broadcast area Valdosta, Georgia
Branding 106.9 The Eagle
Frequency 1450 kHz
Translator(s) 106.9 W295AO (Valdosta)
Format Classic rock
Audience share 0.9 (Fa'07, R&R[1])
Power 860 watts day
860 watts night
Class C
Facility ID 69647
Transmitter coordinates 30°50′5.00″N 83°17′57.00″W / 30.8347222°N 83.2991667°W / 30.8347222; -83.2991667
Callsign meaning W VaLDosta[2]
Owner Black Crow Media

WVLD (1450 AM and 106.9 FM) better known as "106.9 The Eagle" is a radio station broadcasting a classic rock format. Licensed to Valdosta, Georgia, USA, the station serves the Valdosta area. The station is currently owned by Black Crow Media.[3][4] The station broadcasts local high school basketball and baseball games.

As of 02/11/08 WVLD 1450 started simulcasting their signal on 106.9 FM and branded themselves under that frequency. They have also shifted their weekday programming lineup away from all ESPN to now include ESPN's Mike and Mike in the Morning, the Neal Boortz Show, the Clark Howard Show, and the Dave Ramsey Show. On the weekends, WVLD still carries ESPN Radio, however they now brand themselves as "106.9 FM WVLD" instead of former "ESPN 1450".[citation needed]

On February 1, 2013 WVLD changed their format to classic rock, branded as "The Eagle".

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