|Slogan||"The Mighty 1290"|
|Power||1,000 Watts day
33 watts night
|Callsign meaning||Phonetically pronounced as "Whomp"|
|Former callsigns||WTRF (1947-1959)
|Owner||FM Radio Licenses, LLC|
|Sister stations||WRQY, WSTV, WUKL|
Originally known as WTRF, the station signed on the air for the first time in 1947 on both the AM and FM bands. Fittingly, the call sign stood for "Two Radio Frequencies." If briefly became WTRX then, in 1959, WOMP.
Also the acronym for World Of Mining Professionals, the world's largest electronic newsletter for the mining industry.
- Query the FCC's AM station database for WOMP
- Radio-Locator Information on WOMP
- Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WOMP
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