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WLOH
CityLancaster, Ohio
Broadcast areaFairfield County
Hocking County
Frequency1320 kHz
BrandingWolf Country Radio
SloganThe Best Country Variety
Programming
FormatCountry
AffiliationsCincinnati Bengals Radio Network
Ohio State Sports Network
Ownership
OwnerWLOH Radio Company
History
First air date
October 9, 1948 (1948-10-09)
Former call signs
WHOK (1948–81)
Call sign meaning
Lancaster OHio
Technical information
Facility ID73217
ClassD
Power500 watts daytime
16 watts nighttime
Transmitter coordinates
39°42′22″N 82°32′43″W / 39.70611°N 82.54528°W / 39.70611; -82.54528
Translator(s)
  • 99.3 W257EQ (Logan)
  • 102.9 W275CT (Somerset)
  • 104.5 W283BO (Lancaster)
Links
WebcastListen Live
Websitewloh.net

WLOH (1320 AM) – branded Wolf Country Radio – is a commercial country music radio station licensed to Lancaster, Ohio, southeast of Columbus. Owned by the WLOH Radio Company, WLOH also serves as a local affiliate for the Cincinnati Bengals Radio Network and the Ohio State Sports Network. The WLOH studios are located in Lancaster, while the station transmitter resides in nearby Berne Township. In addition to a standard analog transmission, WLOH simulcasts over three low-power analog translators: W283BO (104.5 FM) in Lancaster, W275CT (102.9 FM) in Somerset, and W257EQ (99.3 FM) in Logan; and is also available online.

The station changed to a country music format on January 30, 2015.[1]

Translators

Broadcast translators of WLOH
Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license Facility
ID
ERP
(W)
Height
(m (ft))
Class Transmitter coordinates FCC info
W257EQ 99.3 Logan, Ohio 142494 250 24.8 m (81 ft) D 39º31'44"N,82º27'13"W FCC
W275CT 102.9 Somerset, Ohio 200945 250 61 m (200 ft) D 39º43'43.7'N, 82º13'23.5"W FCC
W283BO 104.5 Lancaster, Ohio 153192 250 24.4 m (80 ft) D 39º42'13'N, 82º33'13"W FCC

Former on-air staff

Stan Robinson, recipient of the Russell W. Alt award for his 43+ years of promoting the last and best county fair in OHIO, The Fairfield County Fair and local broadcasting icon of such radio shows such as; Stan Robinson @ RJ Pitcher Inn.

References

External links

FM Translator


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