KWUT

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KWUT
KWUT 97.7TheWolf logo.png
CityElsinore, Utah
Broadcast areaRichfield, Utah
Manti, Utah
Branding97.7 The Wolf
SloganContinuous Country Favorites
Frequency97.7 MHz
Translator(s)94.3 K232AF (Orderville)
95.3 K237AD (Escalante)
98.1 K251AQ (Elsinore)
98.1 K251BV (Nephi)
99.1 K256CD (Cedar City)
101.9 K270BX (Milford)
102.9 K275BZ (Milford)
103.5 K278BZ (Marysvale)
105.9 K290BW (Parowan)
107.1 K296AR (Long Valley Junction)
Repeater(s)97.7 KWUT-FM2 (Beaver)
First air dateNovember 9, 1998 (as KRFD-FM)
FormatCountry
ERP33,000 watts
HAAT993 meters (3,258 ft)
ClassC
Facility ID137373
Transmitter coordinates38°32′30″N 112°03′31″W / 38.54167°N 112.05861°W / 38.54167; -112.05861Coordinates: 38°32′30″N 112°03′31″W / 38.54167°N 112.05861°W / 38.54167; -112.05861
Former callsignsKRFD-FM (1998-1998)
KSGI (1998-1999)
KRFD (1999-2000)
KACE (2000-2000)
KMGR (2000-2000)
KACE (2000-2000)
KRFD (1999-2000)
KLGL (2001-2005)
KCYQ (2005-2010)
OwnerDouglas Barton
(Sanpete County Broadcasting Company)
Sister stationsKKUT, KMTI, KMXD, KSVC, KUTC
WebsiteKWUT Online

KWUT (97.7 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a country music format. Licensed to Elsinore, Utah, United States, the station is currently owned by Douglas Barton, through licensee Sanpete County Broadcasting Company.[1]

History[edit]

According to the FCC call sign history, the station signed on with the call letters KRFD on November 9, 1999. On September 11, 1998, the station changed its call letters to KSGI, and then back to KRFD on November 1, 1999. On November 25, 2000, the station became KACE, and KMGR by December 31, 2000. On November 15, 2001 it switched to KACE and then back to KRFD on May 29, 2001. The station became KLGL on June 16, 2001. On August 8, 2005, the station flipped to KCYQ. The calls finally flipped again in the fall of 2010, to the current call letters.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KWUT Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ "KWUT Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.

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