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For the defunct low-power television translator station (channel 41) formerly licensed to Lafayette, Georgia, United States, see WLFW-LP.
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City Chandler, Indiana
Broadcast area Evansville, Indiana
Branding 93.5 Duke FM
Slogan Plays the Legends of Country
Frequency 93.5 MHz
First air date 1994 (as WNTC)
Format Classic Country
Audience share 7.2 (Fa'07, R&R[1])
ERP 3,200 watts
HAAT 136 meters
Class A
Facility ID 73350
Transmitter coordinates 38°1′27.00″N 87°21′43.00″W / 38.0241667°N 87.3619444°W / 38.0241667; -87.3619444
Callsign meaning WoLF W (previous branding)
Former callsigns WNTC (1993-1996)
WJPS-FM (1996-2005)
Affiliations Westwood One
Owner Duey Wright
(Midwest Communications, Inc.)
Sister stations WABX, WIKY-FM, WSTO
Webcast Listen Live
Website 935duke.com

WLFW (93.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a classic country format. Licensed to Chandler, Indiana, United States, the station serves the Evansville area. The station is currently owned by Midwest Communications, Inc. and features programming from Westwood One.[2]


WJPS broadcast an oldies format until February 2005, when South Central, looking to capitalize on Regent Broadcasting's change of WYNG 94.9 to Sports Talk under ESPN Radio, converted the station to a country format, and changed the call letters to WLFW.

The staff is Tommy Mason (Morning Show Personality), Kim Kavanaw (Midday Personality), Rusty James (station Program Director and is heard afternoons), and in the evenings the station airs CMT Radio Live with Cody Alan.

It was announced on May 28, 2014, that Midwest Communications will purchase 9 of the 10 Stations owned by South Central Communications. The purchase included the Evansville Cluster: WLFW, along with Sister Stations WABX, WIKY-FM & WSTO. With this purchase, Midwest Communications will expand its portfolio of stations to Evansville, Knoxville and Nashville.[3] The sale was finalized on September 2, 2014, at a price of $72 million.[4]

On January 26, 2015 WLFW changed their format to classic country, branded as "93.5 Duke FM".[5]




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