WWSN FM 97.5 Whitehall/Muskegon
Slogan/Positioner: The New Sunny FM
Format: Adult Contemporary
Power/Height/Class: 1,700 watts / 427 feet / A
FCC technical information:
More about station:
- Radio Locator coverage area
- FCCInfo.com listing
- Recnet Broadcast Query
- WWSN from RadioTime.com
- WWSN from Wikipedia
- WWSN on Facebook
- Tower photos, thanks Tom Bosscher
Call Sign History:
- WWSN: 12/20/2010
- WEFG-FM: 9/7/1992
- WPBK-FM: assigned 3/8/1991
Call Sign Origin: Sunny FM
On Air Date:
Owner: Cumulus Media
Telephone: (231) 759-0544
- 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.
- 12/14/2010: Format change from sports 'The Champ' to adult contemporary as 'The New Sunny FM'.
- 2006: Citadel exercises option to purchase station; FCC approves deal
- 6/2005: Format change from Country as "Kickin' Country" to Sports as "The Champ" with simulcast on AM 1490 WUBR.
- 11/2004: Station sold by Unity Broadcasting to Citadel Broadcasting pending FCC approval. The $3.8 million deal also involves construction permit for FM 92.5 Newaygo, WLCS-FM 98.3, WSHN-FM 100.1, and WUBR-AM 1490, all in the Muskegon area. Noordyk is keeping WSHN-AM 1550.
- 10/2002: FCC approves acquisition of WLCS-FM, WEFG-FM, and WUBR-AM. Doing business as Unity Broadcasting.
- 5/2002: Deal is reached for Noordyk to take over station
- 3/2002: Owner Pyramid Broadcasting is bankrupt, license transfered to Joseph E. Cohen as trustee
- 2/11/2002: Format is changed to Country
- 5/1999: Westwood One changes syndicated 70's Oldies format 'Eagle 97.5' to Rhythmic Oldies. WEFG calls reportedly stand for Eagle Forever Great.
- 1998: Simulcast on AM 1490 ends.
- 199x: Purchased by Pyramid Broadcasting.
- 199x: Format change to syndicated 70's Oldies.
- 19xx: Format is Country as 'The Frog', simulcast on AM 1490.
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