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WMRF MERF95.7 logo.png
City Lewistown, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Lewistown
Branding Merf Radio
Slogan Merf Means Variety
Frequency 95.7 MHz
Format Hot AC
ERP 3,900 watts
HAAT 124 meters
Class A
Facility ID 42131
Callsign meaning W MeRF
Owner Kristin Cantrell
(Southern Belle, LLC)
Webcast Listen Live
Website www.merfradio.com

WMRF-FM (95.7 FM) is a hot adult contemporary radio station from Lewistown, Pennsylvania branded as "Merf Radio". The station serves communities throughout Mifflin County, Juniata County, and western Snyder County all in central Pennsylvania. The station is owned by Kristin Cantrell, through licensee Southern Belle, LLC.

The broadcasts come from WMRF from their studios in downtown Lewistown.

Merf Radio is also the Penn State Nittany Lions sports station for the Lewistown and Huntingdon areas, carrying Penn State football, and Penn State men's and women's basketball.

In late 2015, WHUN-FM no longer simulcasted WMRF, and instead became Hunny 103.5, broadcasting a classic hits format. Hunny was formerly broadcasting at 106.3. The move also decreased the listening area, since WHUN broadcasts from Huntingdon.[1]

On-air personalities[edit]

  • Rocco Pallotto
  • Mary Lee
  • Jeff Stevens


External links[edit]

Coordinates: 40°36′29″N 77°34′44″W / 40.608°N 77.579°W / 40.608; -77.579