|City||Fort Wayne, Indiana|
|Power||2,500 watts day
1,000 watts critical hours
|Former callsigns||WFWR (1968-1980)|
|Affiliations||Bott Radio Network|
|Owner||Bott Broadcasting Company|
The station debuted in 1968 as WFWR with a middle of the road music format, which was changed in 1971 to become the market's first country music station. Following a sale in 1976, the country format was changed to easy listening music, which continued until 1980, when Bott Broadcasting purchased WFWR and changed the calls to WFCV.
History of frequency
The 1090 kHz frequency in Fort Wayne was previously assigned to WFTW, which was a 1 KW daytime AM station owned by Fort Wayne Broadcasting, Incorporated. It began broadcasting August 10, 1947, with studios in the Purdue University Building, 220 E. Jefferson Street in Fort Wayne.
- WFCV official website
- Bott Radio Network
- Query the FCC's AM station database for WFCV
- Radio-Locator Information on WFCV
- Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WFCV
- FCC History Cards for WFCV
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