WHYB FM 103.7 Menominee
Slogan/Positioner: Hometown Radio 103.7
Web site: www.baycitiesradio.net/wlst/
E-mail: visit web site
Power/Height/Class: 7,000 watts / 299 feet / C3
FCC technical information:
More about station:
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- FCCInfo.com listing
- Recnet Broadcast Query
- WHYB from Wikipedia
- WHYB from RadioTime.com
Call Sign History:
- WHYB: 7/31/1992
- WCJL-FM: assigned 1/16/1984
Call Sign Origin:
On Air Date: 1984
Telephone: (906) 863-5551
- 12/2008: Format change from soft rock 'The Wave' to oldies, initially simulcasting sister station WAGN AM 1340. WAGN later changed to a news-talk format.
- 1/2008: 'Cat Country' format moves to sister station WLST FM 95.1 Marinette with adult contemporary format 'The Wave' moving from 95.1 to 103.7. WHYB call sign remains on 103.7.
- 9/2006: FCC approves sale of stations to Armada Media
- 6/2006: David & Melvin Winters (operating under a number of different company names including Triple Crown and Quicksilver) will be selling 7 radio stations on the Michigan/Wisconsin border for $8.5 million to Armada Media pending FCC approvals and closing. The stations being sold include: Hot Adult Contemporary WIMI FM 99.7 and Country WJMS AM 590 (Ironwood area); Adult Standards WAGN AM 1340, Country WHYB FM 103.7, Sports WMAM AM 570, Hot Adult Contemporary WLST FM 95.1, and Oldies WSFQ FM 96.3 (Menominee, MI / Marinette, WI).
- 1992: Frequency change to 103.7, format change to country as 'Cat Country'.
- 1987: Frequency change to 103.9 FM as 'Power 104'.
- 1984: On air as WCJL-FM at 106.3 FM licensed to Stephenson, MI. Format is CHR/Top40 as 'Hits 106'
Marinette County, WI