WZTK

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For the previous station in Burlington, North Carolina that used the WZTK call sign, see WYMY.
WZTK
City Alpena, Michigan
Branding WZTK 105.7
Slogan The Talk of Alpena
Frequency 105.7 MHz
First air date June 2014
Format News-Talk
Power 4,500 watts
Class A
Facility ID 190373
Transmitter coordinates 45°3′58.00″N 83°29′6.00″W / 45.0661111°N 83.4850000°W / 45.0661111; -83.4850000
Affiliations Michigan IMG Sports Network
Michigan Radio Network
Owner Midwestern Broadcasting Company
(WATZ Radio, Inc.)
Sister stations WATZ-FM, WBCM, WCCW, WCCW-FM, WJZQ, WRGZ, WTCM, WTCM-FM
Website watz.com

WZTK (105.7 FM) is an American radio station broadcasting a News-Talk format. The station is licensed to the city of Alpena, Michigan. The station is currently owned by Midwestern Broadcasting Company.

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WZTK was issued its broadcast license by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on July 30, 2014. The station assumed the format and programming that formerly aired on WATZ, whose license was surrendered to the FCC on July 7, 2014.[1] WZTK is locally owned and operated by the same company that founded WATZ in 1946.

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