WCLU-FM

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WCLU-FM
City Munfordville, Kentucky
Broadcast area Bowling Green
Frequency 102.3 MHz
Repeater(s) 98.5 FM W253BN Glasgow
First air date August 1, 1964
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP 2,800 watts
HAAT 125.0 meters
Class A
Facility ID 61047
Transmitter coordinates 37°10′41.00″N 85°55′15.00″W / 37.1780556°N 85.9208333°W / 37.1780556; -85.9208333
Former callsigns WLOC-FM (1979-1996)
WMCC (1996-1998)
Owner Royse Radio, Inc
Sister stations WCLU-AM

WCLU-FM (102.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an Adult Contemporary format. Licensed to Munfordville, Kentucky, United States, the station serves the Bowling Green area. The station is currently owned by Royse Radio, Inc.[1]

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The station first signed on the air WCLU-FM on August 1, 1964.[2] The station's first callsign change took place on April 2, 1979, when the calls were changed to WLOC-FM to match that of then-sister station WLOC (AM).[3] It began broadcasting a Variety format, featuring a mix of country and adult contemporary music. The station became solely a Hot AC-formatted station when the callsign became WMCC on January 30, 1996.[3] The station reverted to its original WCLU-FM calls in May 1998, two months after being acquired by its current owner, Royse Radio, Inc. The purpose of the most recent callsign change was to match that of Glasgow-based sister station WCLU-AM. The adult contemporary format remained with the station.

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