WCLT-FM

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For the AM radio station in Newark, Ohio, United States, see WCLT (AM).
WCLT-FM
WCLT T100.3 logo.jpg
City Newark, Ohio
Broadcast area Columbus, Ohio
Branding T-100
Slogan Today's Country and Your All-Time Favorites
Frequency 100.3 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Translator(s) 104.7 W284CH (Newark, relays HD2)
First air date August 1947[1]
Format Country
HD2: Rock "104.7 The Big Lick"
HD3: Adult contemporary (WCLT (AM) simulcast)
Audience share 2.1 (Sp'08 P2, R&R[2])
ERP 50,000 watts
HAAT 119 meters (390 ft)
Class B
Facility ID 71285
Transmitter coordinates 40°2′2.00″N 82°24′8.00″W / 40.0338889°N 82.4022222°W / 40.0338889; -82.4022222
Affiliations Fox News Radio, Westwood One
Owner Wclt Radio
Sister stations WCLT (AM)
Website wclt.com
thebiglick.com (HD2)

WCLT-FM (100.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Country music format. Its brand identifier is Today's Country and Your All-Time Favorites, T-100. Licensed to Newark, Ohio, United States (where studios and transmitter are co-located), the station serves the Columbus area. The station is currently owned by Wclt Radio and features programming from Fox News Radio and Westwood One.[3][4]

The station is also broadcast on three HD radio channels.[5]

Format Heard on WCLT-FM (100.3-HD2) and W284CH fm translator on 104.7 FM

WCLT-FM is one of two Country formatted radio outlets in Columbus that currently has competition with WCOL-FM for Country music listenership in the Columbus radio market, the most of any radio station in Ohio.

History[edit]

WCLT-FM was formally dedicated August 7, 1947. It was owned by The Newark (Ohio) Advocate.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WCLT History". 
  2. ^ "Columbus Market Ratings". Radio & Records. 
  3. ^ "WCLT-FM Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 
  4. ^ "WCLT-FM Station Information Profile". Arbitron. 
  5. ^ "HD Radio Station Guide". HD Radio. iBiquity. 
  6. ^ "Paper Heralds WCLT" (PDF). Broadcasting. September 1, 1947. Retrieved 7 October 2014. 

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