|City||Lookout Mountain, Tennessee|
|Branding||"The Mid South's Most Powerful AM Gospel Station"|
|First air date||February 20, 1961|
|Last air date||March 31, 2017|
|Power||50,000 watts day
2,500 watts night
|Affiliations||USA Radio Network|
WFLI (1070 AM, "The Mid South's Most Powerful AM Gospel Station") was a radio station broadcasting a Southern Gospel music format. Licensed to Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, United States, the station served the Chattanooga area. Established in 1961, the station was owned by WFLI, Inc. and featured programing from USA Radio Network.
WFLI signed on with 10,000 watts in February 1961, competing with the other AM radio stations in the Chattanooga market such as WDXB and WOGA (later WMOC) for the young adult market. The station's power was boosted to 50,000 watts in 1967.
From 1961 to 1980, WFLI was a popular Top 40 station in the Chattanooga area. It was nicknamed "Jet Fli." The station also held two concerts each year called "WFLI Jet-Fli Spectaculars."These concerts attracted large crowds to Memorial Auditorium.
The WFLI Light in the Sky projected a spotlight in the sky, attracting listeners to businesses and events.
WFLI signed off the air on March 31, 2017.
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- Query the FCC's AM station database for WFLI
- Radio-Locator Information on WFLI
- Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WFLI
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- FCC History Cards for WFLI