WQLR AM 1660 Kalamazoo
Slogan/Positioner: AM 1660 The Fan; Kalamazoo's Sports Radio
Web site: www.1660thefan.com
E-Mail: visit web site
Daytime Power / # of Towers: 10,000 watts / 1, omnidirectional
Nighttime Power / # of Towers: 1,000 watts / 1, omnidirectional
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More about station:
- Radio Locator daytime coverage area
- Radio Locator nighttime coverage area
- FCCInfo.com listing
- Recnet Broadcast Query
- WQLR from Wikipedia
- WQLR from RadioTime.com
- WQLR on Facebook
Call Sign History:
- WQLR: 3/26/2007
- WQSN: assigned 10/1/1998
Call Sign Origin:
On Air Date:
- 9/25/1998: Moved to AM 1660 from 1470
- 19xx: On-air on AM 1470
Owner: Midwest Communications
Telephone: (269) 345-7121
- 9/2008: Fox Sports Radio replaces ESPN Radio and station repositions again as 'The Fan'.
- 3/2007: Station repositions as ESPN 1660 as WQLR call sign moves from FM 106.5 Kalamazoo where the calls had resided since FM 106.5 first signed on.
- 3/2006: FCC approves Midwest Communications acquisition of WQLR, WKZO, and WQSN from Fairfield Broadcasting
- 1/2006: Announced that Fairfield Broadcasting has sold its Kalamazoo stations (WQLR-FM 106.5, WKZO-AM 590, WKLZ-AM 1470, WQSN-AM 1660) to Midwest Communications for $13.25 million pending FCC approval and closing. WKLZ 1470 will go off-air and is not included in sale.
- October 1998: WQSN moves from 1470 AM to the expanded AM band at 1660 AM. The 1470 frequency picks up the call sign WKLZ for the second time after WKLZ-FM 98.9 Petoskey agrees to change its call sign from WKLZ to WKLZ-FM. 1470 and 1660 simulcast the sports format for a time before 1470 WKLZ became a talk station.
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