WOUF FM 99.3 Beulah/Frankfort
Slogan/Positioner: 99.3 The Wolf; Where Rock Lives
Web site: www.wouffm.com
E-mail: visit web site
Power/Height/Class: 50,000 watts (H)/ 410 feet / C2
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- Recnet Broadcast Query
- WOUF from Wikipedia
- WOUF from TuneIn
- WOUF on Facebook
Call Sign History:
- WOUF: 7/6/2009
- WBNZ: sign on
Call Sign Origin: Similar to 'Wolf'
On Air Date: early 1970s
Owner: Roy E. Henderson
Telephone: (231) 352-9603
- 7/2009: Long time contemporary format and WBNZ call sign move to FM 92.3 as WOUF calls move to 99.3 which changes format to Rock as 99.3 The Wolf. Community of license for FM 99.3 changes as well from Frankfort to Beulah.
- 8/2007: FCC approves the sale of WBNZ-FM 99.3 Frankfort to Kalil Holding Group; Roy Henderson eventually takes station back.
- 6/2005: Format change from Hot Adult Contemporary "Today's Best Music" to Adult Contemporary "Soft Rock 99.3".
- 5/15/2002: Construction permit granted to change ERP from 50,000 (H) to 27,000 watts, 410 to 571 feet, and tower location will move from between Frankfort and Benzonia to northern Manistee County, near Benzie County line. Permit later expires without being completed.
- 8/2001: FCC approves sale from Crystal Clear to Fort Bend.
- 3/2001: Fort Bend owned WSRQ-FM 100.1 Bear Lake (later WCUZ) begins simulcasting WBNZ-FM.
- 3/2001: Announced that station is being sold from Crystal Clear Communications to Fort Bend Broadcasting.
- 4/2000: Announced that sister station WXYQ-FM Manistee has being sold to Lake Michigan Broadcasting for $300,000. FCC approved deal in June.
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