WLAW FM 92.5 Newaygo/Muskegon/Grand Rapids
Slogan/Positioner: 92.5 The Outlaw; Legends and Young Guns
Format: Country/Folk/Rock hybrid
Web site: www.925fmtheoutlaw.com
E-mail: visit web site
Power/Height/Class: 2,250 watts / 541 feet / A
FCC technical information:
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Call Sign History:
- 5/8/2006: WLAW
- 8/15/2005: WKOQ
- 7/18/2005: WODJ-FM
- 12/15/2004: assigned WODJ
Call Sign Origin: 92.5 The Outlaw
On Air Date: 7/29/2005
Owner: Cumulus Media
- 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.
- 6/2006: Format changes to a hybrid of Country and Rock as 'The Outlaw'; Primarily classic country with some modern country and classic and southern rock.
- 4/28/2006: Simulcast of Active Rock WKLQ is dropped and station picks up Classic Country format previously heard on sister station FM 105.3 which begins stunting toward a new format launch and move-in to Grand Rapids/Muskegon.
- 3/2006: License granted
- 8/15/2005: Simulcast changes from WLAV to Active Rock WKLQ-FM 107.3 Greenville/Grand Rapids with new call sign WKOQ.
- 7/29/2005: WODJ-FM 92.5 signs on with simulcast of WLAV-FM 96.9 Grand Rapids. It is uncertain if this simulcast is a long term programming direction or just being used to test the new 92.5.
- 6/2005: FCC approves Citadel's purchase of the construction permit.
- 11/2004: Construction permit sold by Noordyk Broadcasting to Citadel Broadcasting pending FCC approval. The $3.8 million deal also involves WEFG-FM 97.5, WLCS-FM 98.3, WSHN-FM 100.1, and WUBR-AM 1490, all in the Muskegon area. Noordyk is keeping WSHN-AM 1550.
- 2/2004: Construction permit modified from 6,000 watts @ 328 feet to 2,250 @ 543 feet with tower location change
- 8/1/2002: Construction permit granted