WLYI

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Coordinates: 40°20′32.00″N 80°37′14.00″W / 40.3422222°N 80.6205556°W / 40.3422222; -80.6205556

WLYI
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City Burgettstown, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Pittsburgh, PA (Allegheny & Washington County, PA)
Steubenville-Weirton, OH-WV (Jefferson County, OH, Brooke & Hancock County, WV)
Branding Willie 103.5
Frequency 103.5 MHz
First air date May 1, 1947 (as WSTV-FM)
Format Classic Country
ERP 19,500 watts
HAAT 247 meters
Class B
Facility ID 65408
Transmitter coordinates 40°20′33.00″N 80°37′14.00″W / 40.3425000°N 80.6205556°W / 40.3425000; -80.6205556
Callsign meaning WLYI = "Willy"
Former callsigns WSTV-FM (1947-?)
WRKY (?-2000)
WOGE (2000)
WOGH (2000-2017)
Owner Forever Media
(FM Radio Licenses, LLC)
Sister stations WOGI, WOGG, WSTV
Website willie1035.com

WLYI (103.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Classic Country format. Licensed to Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, United States, the station serves the Pittsburgh metropolitan area.

Former Station Logo under Froggy from 2000-2017

Sister stations include the "Froggyland" flagship WOGI - Froggy 104.3 and WOGG - Froggy 94.9. WLYI has an application to move its tower location from Jefferson County, Ohio to an area near Imperial, Pennsylvania, thus giving it complete coverage within the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. The station is currently owned by Forever Media, LLC.[1][2][3]

WLYI on a SPARC HD Radio with RDS.

Format flip[edit]

On April 11, 2017 at noon, Forever Media broke the then-WOGH's simulcast of sister WOGI to launch 80s/90s Classic Country “Willie 103.5“.[4]

On April 17, 2017, WOGH changed their call letters to WLYI, to go with the "Willie 103.5" branding. [5]

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