WITL-FM 100.7 Lansing
Slogan/Positioner: Today's Best Country
Web site: www.witl.com
E-mail: visit web site
Power/Height/Class: 26,500 watts / 643 feet / B
FCC technical information:
More about station:
- Radio Locator coverage area
- FCCInfo.com listing
- Recnet Broadcast Query
- WITL on Facebook
- WITL AM/FM Alumni Group on Facebook
- WITL from TuneIn
- WITL from Wikipedia
- Tower photos, thanks Tom Bosscher
Call Sign History:
- WITL-FM: July 1966
- WYFE: 1965
- WMRT-FM: 1961
Call Sign Origin:
On Air Date: June 26, 1961
Owner: Cumulus Media
Telephone: (517) 393-1010
- 3/2011: Announced that Cumulus Media is merging/acquiring Citadel Broadcasting in a deal worth billions of dollars. The FCC approves the sale and it closes later in 2011.
- 2/17/2000: FCC approves sale of 7 stations from Liggett Broadcasting to Citadel.
- 1997: MSP Communications sells WITL-FM to Liggett Broadcast. WITL-AM 1010 is not sold and goes silent. AM 1010 was a daytime-only station that operated with 1,000 watts.
- Late 1967: Format of both WITL-FM/AM become full time country.
- July 1966: WYFE call sign transferred by Midwest Family to a new acquisition in Rockford, IL and FM 100.7 becomes WITL-FM.
- Week of April 23, 1964: WMRT-FM 100.7 and WMRT 1010 AM acquired by Midwest Family Stations from Metropolitan Radio and Television Corporation of Lansing. By 1965 Midwest changes the call signs to WYFE FM and WITL AM with the stations simulcasting a midde-of-the-road format and talk shows during daylight hours. After local sunset, WYFE played country music and talk shows.
- 6/26/1961: On-air as WMRT-FM owned by Metropolitan Radio and Television Corporation of Lansing. Sister station WMRT AM 1010 also began operations on this date.