WLTF

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WLTF
WLTF-FM 2015.png
City Martinsburg, West Virginia
Broadcast area Four-State Region
Branding "Today's 97-5"
Slogan "More Music and Better Variety"
Frequency 97.5 MHz
First air date 1949
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP 11,500 watts
HAAT 316 meters (1,037 ft)
Class B
Facility ID 53486
Transmitter coordinates 39°27′33.0″N 78°3′48.0″W / 39.459167°N 78.063333°W / 39.459167; -78.063333
Callsign meaning W LiTe F
Former callsigns WESM (?-1981)
WKMZ (1981–2001)
WLTF (2001–present)
Affiliations CBS Radio News
West Virginia MetroNews
Owner West Virginia Radio Corporation
(West Virginia Radio Corporation of the Alleghenies)
Sister stations WEPM, WICL
Webcast WLTF Webstream
Website WLTF Online

WLTF (97.5 FM) is an American radio station licensed to serve the community of Martinsburg, West Virginia. It broadcasts an Adult Contemporary format to the Four-State Region. WLTF is owned and operated by West Virginia Radio Corporation of the Alleghenies.

Broadcasts and coverage

The station plays an Adult Contemporary music format from January through Mid-November, then an all-Christmas music format is played on the station from mid-November through December 26 each year.

Its signal reaches east into Washington, DC, south to Luray, Virginia, west into Grantsville, Maryland, and north into Altoona, Pennsylvania, effectively covering the "Four State Area."

Sale

On October 31, 2014, Prettyman Broadcasting announced the sale of WLTF to West Virginia Radio Corporation (WVRC) for an unknown sum.[1] Included in the same are sister stations WEPM and WICL.[1] WVRC assumed control of the stations, through a Local marketing agreement, on November 1.[1] The purchase was consummated on February 13, 2015, at a price of $3 million.

References

  1. ^ a b c Venta, Lance (October 30, 2014). "West Virginia Radio Corporation Expands Into Martinsburg/Hagerstown/". Radio Insight. Retrieved October 30, 2014. 

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