WWKR FM 94.1 Hart/Ludington
Slogan/Positioner: 94 K-Rock; The Classic Rock Station
Format: Classic Rock
Web site: www.94k-rock.com
E-mail: visit web site
Power/Height/Class: 5,000 watts / 682 feet / C3
FCC technical information:
More about station:
- Radio Locator coverage area
- FCCInfo.com listing
- Recnet Broadcast Query
- WWKR on Facebook
- WWKR from TuneIn
- WWKR from Wikipedia
- Tower photos, thanks Tom Bosscher
Call Sign History:
- WWKR: 4/20/1998
- WEWM: 4/18/1995
Call Sign Origin: K- Rock
On Air Date: July 1, 1995
- W224CA 92.7 Ludington: 40 watts / 331 feet / D
Tech info: engineering data, station details, FCCInfo.com, Recnet
Coverage areas: FCC, Radio Locator
Owner: Synergy Media
Telephone: (231) 869-7402
- 12/2010: Construction permit granted for translator W226BB to change frequency from 93.1 to 92.7 as W224CA, change power from 27 watts @ 243 feet to 40 watts @ 331 feet with a location change within Mason County south of Ludington.
- 6/2010: Synergy Media Group is acquiring FM translator W226BB 93.1 Ludington from Horizon Christian Fellowship for $6,000 pending FCC approval and closing. The application states the translator, which is currently silent, would rebroadcast Synergy's WWKR FM 94.1 Ludington. The FCC approved the sale in 7/2010.
- 1/2008: License to cover granted for construction permit that was approved in March 2007.
- 3/2007: Construction permit granted to change effective radiated power from 13,000 watts @ 463 feet to 5,000 watts @ 682 feet. The broadcast antenna will move from Mason county southeast of Ludington to Oceana county east of Hart using the tower previously used by WCXT FM 105.3 which abandoned the location as part of a move-in to Grand Rapids.
- 7/2006: License to cover granted for community of license change from Pentwater to Hart.
- 2/2004: Announced that station will change its city of license from Pentwater to Hart. This change will allow WCXT-FM 105.3 to move from Hart to Coopersville.
- 1998: Format change to Classic Rock 'K-Rock'.
- 3/3/1998: License assigned to Quest Communications (later Synergy Media) from C&S Broadcasting.
- 7/1/1995: Station signs on, format is new age / new adult contemporary as WEWM 'We Entertain West Michigan'.
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