WOLV

WOLV

Infobox Radio station
name = WOLV


city = Houghton, Michigan
area = [http://www.radio-locator.com/cgi-bin/pat?call=WOLV&service=FM&status=L&hours=U]
branding = The Wolf
slogan = The Keweenaw's Classic Hits
airdate =
frequency = 97.7 MHz
format = Classic Hits
power = 6,500 watts
erp =
class = C3
callsign_meaning = The Wolf
former_callsigns = WOLF-FM (3/1/90-4/25/94)
WHUH (1/7/80-3/1/90)
owner = Heartland Communications
webcast =
website = [http://www.thewolf.com/ http://www.thewolf.com/]
affiliations =

WOLV (97.7 FM, "The Wolf"") is a radio station licensed to Houghton, Michigan broadcasting a classic hits format.

Sources

* [http://www.michiguide.com/dials/rad-m/wolv.html Michiguide.com - WOLV History]

External links

*FMQ|WOLV


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