WRLO-FM

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WRLO
WRLO Rhinelander Logo.png
City Antigo, Wisconsin
Broadcast area Rhinelander, Wisconsin
Branding Classic Rock 105.3
Slogan The Northwoods' Classic Rock Station
Frequency 105.3 MHz
First air date November 11, 1973 (as WATK-FM at 104.9)
Format Classic rock
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 165 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 432
Transmitter coordinates 45°22′4.00″N 89°8′20.00″W / 45.3677778°N 89.1388889°W / 45.3677778; -89.1388889
Former callsigns WATK-FM (1973-1978)
Former frequencies 104.9 MHz (1973-1980)
Affiliations Fox News Radio, Westwood One
Owner NRG Media
(NRG License Sub, LLC)
Sister stations WHDG, WLKD, WMQA, WOBT, WRHN
Webcast Listen Live
Website wrlo.com

WRLO-FM (105.3 FM) is a radio station in Antigo, Wisconsin, United States, that serves the Rhinelander, Wisconsin area. The station is owned by NRG Media through licensee NRG License Sub, LLC and features programming from Fox News Radio and Westwood One.[1] It broadcasts a classic rock format.

Outside of the Bob and Tom morning show and a local afternoon drive program, programming comes from Dial Global's Classic Rock format via satellite.

History[edit]

The station's original call letters were WATK-FM. In the late 1970s, the current call letters were adopted, initially broadcasting an easy listening format. The station broadcast on 104.9 until 1980.

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