WHLX AM 1590 Marine City
Simulcast of WHLS AM 1450 Port Huron
Slogan/Positioner: Good Times - Great Hits
Web site: www.whls.net
E-Mail: visit web site
Daytime Power / # of Towers: 1,000 watts / 2, directional
Nighttime Power / # of Towers: 102 watts / 2, directional
FCC technical information:
More about station:
- Radio Locator coverage areas: Day, Night
- FCCInfo.com listing
- Recnet Broadcast Query
- WHLX on Facebook
- WHLX from TuneIn
- WHLS from Wikipedia
- Tower photos, thanks Tom Bosscher
Call Sign History:
- WHLX: 9/19/2000
- WHYT: 11/17/1997
- WIFN: 6/2/1993
Call Sign Origin: Similar to sister station WHLS
On Air Date: December 10, 1951
Telephone: (810) 982-9000
- 2009: Format returns to oldies.
- 6/2001: WHLS and WHLX switch format from Oldies to Adult Standards.
- 9/2000: Station drops Country format in favor of simulcast of new sister station WHLS-AM 1450 Pt. Huron with Oldies format. ID is 'Oldies 1450 and 1520, the Blue Water's stations for Good Time Oldies'.
- 4/20/2000: FCC approves sale of station from Hanson Communcations to Liggett Communications
- 1997: Acquired by Hanson Communications, the station's sign changes to WHYT after FM 96.3 Detroit drops calls and the format returns to Country.
- 1995: David Barr bought out Rick Shremp and becomes sole owner of the station.
- 1994: Format change from Country to Talk.
- 6/1993: Acquired by Barr/Schremp Communications, call sign change to WIFN (Information).
- 5/29/1992: Acquired by Richard Sommerville.
Center of antenna array/transmitter location:
St. Clair County
Old logo gallery: