WQLV

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WQLV
City Millersburg, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Branding 98.9 WQLV
Slogan "The Pulse of Central PA"
Frequency 98.9 MHz
First air date 1992
Format Hot AC
ERP 780 watts
HAAT 273 meters
Class A
Facility ID 26975
Transmitter coordinates 40°30′18″N 77°07′03″W / 40.50500°N 77.11750°W / 40.50500; -77.11750
Owner Richard L. Cooper d.b.a Cooper Communications
Webcast Listen Live
Website wqlvfm.com

WQLV (98.9 FM) is a Hot Adult Contemporary music formatted radio station in Millersburg, Pennsylvania. The station is primarily intended to serve the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, metropolitan area. However, under the correct conditions (antenna quality, surroundings, weather, etc.), the station can be received with a nearly static-free stereo signal as far south as York, PA (about 40 miles south of the transmitter).[1] The station was assigned the WQLV call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on December 13, 1991.[2]

A noteworthy fact about this station is that it features an "oldies/classic hits" (predominantly 1970s music) show on Sunday mornings, which is becoming considerably rare for AC stations. From 8 AM-12 noon on Sundays, the station broadcasts Dick Bartley's syndicated program "The Classic Countdown".

The station also broadcasts hourly news from ABC, as well as local high school sports (usually football and basketball) of schools in the Twin/Tri Valley League as well as the Mid Penn conference.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. Archived from the original on March 1, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 

External links[edit]

www.wqlvfm.com www.facebook.com/wqlvfm