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WWTF (1580 kHz, "WTF 97.7") is a commercial AM radio station broadcasting an active rock and alternative rock radio format. Licensed to Georgetown, Kentucky, United States, WWTF serves the Lexington Metro Area. The station is currently owned by iHeartMedia, Inc.. WWTF programming is simulcast on FM translator W249DJ at 97.7 MHz. Since most listening to rock music is on FM, the station uses its FM dial position to identify itself, as "97.7 Lexington's Rock Alternative."

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  • WWTF (1580 kHz, "WTF 97.7") is a commercial AM radio station broadcasting an active rock and alternative rock radio format. Licensed to Georgetown, Kentucky, United States, WWTF serves the Lexington Metro Area. The station is currently owned by iHeartMedia, Inc.. WWTF programming is simulcast on FM translator W249DJ at 97.7 MHz. Since most listening to rock music is on FM, the station uses its FM dial position to identify itself, as "97.7 Lexington's Rock Alternative."
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  • WWTF (1580 kHz, "WTF 97.7") is a commercial AM radio station broadcasting an active rock and alternative rock radio format. Licensed to Georgetown, Kentucky, United States, WWTF serves the Lexington Metro Area. The station is currently owned by iHeartMedia, Inc.. WWTF programming is simulcast on FM translator W249DJ at 97.7 MHz. Since most listening to rock music is on FM, the station uses its FM dial position to identify itself, as "97.7 Lexington's Rock Alternative." WWTF broadcasts with 10,000 watts by day but severely reduces power at night to 45 watts due to international treaty obligations. 1580 AM is designated a clear-channel frequency allocated to Canada. Since 2006, the allocation has been used by CKDO in Oshawa, Ontario, and thus no stations are allowed to broadcast a signal on 1580 that reaches within 750 miles of CKDO. (CKDO's directional signal, pointed away from the United States and at the bare minimum allowed for a clear-channel station, is not audible anywhere near Lexington.) It uses a directional antenna at all times. The FM translator operates at 250 watts around the clock, the maximum power allowed for a translator. The transmitter is on Ironworks Road in Georgetown. The studios and offices are located on Nicholasville Road in Lexington, with the other iHeart stations in the Lexington media market.
  • WWTF (1580 kHz, "WTF 97.7") is a commercial AM radio station broadcasting an active rock and alternative rock radio format. Licensed to Georgetown, Kentucky, United States, WWTF serves the Lexington Metro Area. The station is currently owned by iHeartMedia, Inc.. WWTF programming is simulcast on FM translator W249DJ at 97.7 MHz. Since most listening to rock music is on FM, the station uses its FM dial position to identify itself, as "97.7 Lexington's Rock Alternative." WWTF broadcasts with 10,000 watts by day but severely reduces power at night to 45 watts due to international treaty obligations. 1580 AM is designated a clear-channel frequency allocated to Canada. Since 2006, the allocation has been used by CKDO in Oshawa, Ontario, and thus no stations are allowed to broadcast a signal on 1580 that reaches within 750 miles of CKDO during nighttime hours. (CKDO's directional signal, pointed away from the United States and at the bare minimum allowed for a clear-channel station, is not audible anywhere near Lexington.) It uses a directional antenna at all times. The FM translator operates at 250 watts around the clock, the maximum power allowed for a translator. The transmitter is on Ironworks Road in Georgetown. The studios and offices are located on Nicholasville Road in Lexington, with the other iHeart stations in the Lexington media market.
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  • Lexington's Rock Alternative
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  • WBBE (1992-1995)
  • WGVN (2008-2012)
  • WSNE (2001-2002)
  • WTKT (1991-1992)
  • WTKT (1995-2001)
  • WXRA (2002-2008)
  • WAXU (1968-1991)
  • WGOR (1957-1968)
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  • Citicasters Licenses, Inc.
  • iHM Licenses, LLC
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  • 97.7 W249DJ (Lexington)
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