WLUN FM 100.9 Pinconning/Midland/Bay City
Slogan/Positioner: ESPN FM 100.9; Tri-Cities Sports Leader
Web site: www.espn1009.com
E-mail: visit web site
Power/Height/Class: 2,600 watts / 495 feet / A
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Call Sign History:
- WLUN: 3/31/2008
- WYLZ: 3/19/1999
- WMJK: 4/8/1995
- WBTZ: 6/1/1992
- WMJT: 12/12/1990
- WLFS: 8/3/1987
- WWRM: 1984
- WFXZ: 1983
Call Sign Origin: Great Lakes Loons
On Air Date: November 1983
Telephone: (989) 837-6127
- 5/2008: FCC approves Michigan Radio Communications, LLC acquistion of the station and the transaction closes.
- 3/2008: Announced that the station was being sold by the Last Bastion Trust (Citadel) to the Great Lakes Loons baseball club for $325,000 pending FCC approval and closing. The station changed format from country 'Thunder Country' to sports as 'ESPN FM 100.9' on March 25th.
- 6/12/2007: Simulcast of FM 104.5 Sagainaw ends as the station officially moves into trust and will be sold by Citadel as part of the acquistion of radio stations from Disney/ABC. New format on FM 100.9 is country as 'Thunder Country 100.9'. WILZ FM 104.5 Saginaw maintains classic rock format.
- 3/2006: Station is placed into a trust as it will be sold by Citadel as part of the deal that merges ABC Radio with Citadel.
- 4/1/1999: New call signs and positioner as 'Wheels 104.5 and 101'.
- 12/22/1998: FCC approves sale of 62nd Street Broadcasting stations in the Tri-Cities to Citadel.
- 1999: Format switch to Classic Rock, calls to WYLZ 'Wheelz 104.5 & 101'
- 19xx: Format switch to Oldies, simulcast with 104.5 Saginaw, calls to WMJK
- 198x: Format switch to Soft Adult Contemporary as 'Warm 101'
- 198x: Format switch to Country, calls to WWRM, as 'Warm Country 101'
- 11/1983: Signs on as 'Foxy 101' (WFXZ), Top 40/CHR format which moved toward rock
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