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City North Baltimore, Ohio
Broadcast area Northwest Ohio
Slogan Something Different
Frequency 88.3 MHz
First air date November 1, 1973
Format Campus Radio, Indie Rock
ERP 4,600 watts
HAAT 100.0 meters
Class A
Facility ID 21474
Transmitter coordinates 41°07′04.00″N 83°32′38.00″W / 41.1177778°N 83.5438889°W / 41.1177778; -83.5438889
Callsign meaning We Love Findlay College
Former callsigns WVFC
Owner The University of Findlay
Webcast Listen Live
Website WLFC 88.3 FM

WLFC (88.3 FM) is a radio station licensed to North Baltimore, Ohio, USA, the station serves The University of Findlay. The station is currently owned by The University of Findlay.[1][2]


WLFC-FM is a noncommercial radio station that has been serving the people of Hancock County since 1973. The station was begun by business major Bill Rumbold and religion major Stan Morthart and began operating as WVFC during the spring of 1971. At this point, WVFC was a carrier current station available in some residence halls at 560 AM. On November 1, 1973 this station was born and became WLFC-FM and operated at a power of 10 watts on 88.3 MHz. On January 23, 1982 WLFC began operating in stereo at 155 watts ERP.[3] On Oct. 9, 2010 WLFC moved to a new transmitter site and increased power up to 4600 watts.[4]

WLFC Studio



  • Travis Wolph-General Manager

Air Talent[edit]

  • Lydea Ziebold
  • Travis Wolph (AKA Fluffball)
  • Teresa Shultz
  • Jamie Rodgers
  • Joe Stiener
  • Adrianna Childress
  • Perry Newsome
  • Ron Tulley
  • Travis Rindler
  • Rob Wood
  • Tyler Combs
  • Allen Lewis (AKA Big Al)


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