KQIV (defunct)
KQIV (also KQ4 and FM107) was a short-lived but popular progressive rock FM radio station in Lake Oswego, Oregon, that operated on 106.7 MHz. The station was owned and operated by Willamette Broadcast...
WGU-20
WGU-20, also known as "the last radio station," was operated by the United States Defense Civil Preparedness Agency (one of the two agencies later merged to become the Federal Emergency Management Age...
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WWZZ
WWZZ/WWVZ were a pair of simulcasting radio stations in Washington, D.C., owned by Bonneville International. The station broadcast from Braddock Heights, Maryland at 103.9 MHz FM and from Waldorf...
Pirate Cat Radio
Pirate Cat Radio (87.9 FM) was a low power community radio station that had been broadcasting since April 1996, in the San Francisco Bay Area. The station was one of several unlicensed radio stations...
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KWRS
The history of the station dates back to Sep. 18 1950, as KWC (Whitworth College).KWRS, once known as Spokane's Pirate Radio, was a non-commercial college radio station specializing in indie and alter...
WBDY
WBDY was an AM daytimer station on 1190 kHz at Bluefield, Virginia. WBDY's last format was sports talk. At the time it went silent, it was owned by Triad Broadcasting, which Adventure Communications...
KGCV
KGCV (88.1 FM) was a radio station licensed to serve Elk Mountain, Wyoming, USA. The station was owned by Ocean Side Broadcasting.
The station went on the air as KEZH on 2008-02-06. On 2008-07-0...
WZRO-LP
83°8′37.00″W / 29.3280556°N 83.1436111°W / 29.3280556; -83.1436111WZRO-LP (93.1 FM) was a radio station formerly licensed to Suwannee, Florida, USA. The station was owned by S...
Fungus (XM)
Fungus, branded on air as Fungus 53, was a punk/hardcore/ska radio station on XM Satellite Radio, launched in early 2004. The channel was one of nine on XM that is marked with an xL, indicating freque...
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WUFK (defunct)
WUFK was an FM radio station which began in July 1974. It was owned by the University of Maine and licensed to the community of Fort Kent. Originally on 90.3 MHz (Channel 212), it later moved to ...
WHRR-LP
WHRR-LP (96.1 FM) is a defunct radio station formerly licensed to Portsmouth, Ohio, USA. The station was owned by Holy Redeemer Church and broadcast a religious format. The station was one of the firs...
Sirius Disorder
Sirius Disorder was a freeform/eclectic radio station on Sirius Satellite Radio channel 33 and simulcast to Dish Network channel 6033. Sirius Disorder started on channel 24 then moved to channel 32 o...
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WSHN (defunct)
WSHN (1550 AM) was a radio station licensed to serve Fremont, Michigan, USA. The station was owned by Noordyk Broadcasting.
During 2006, WSHN carried programming from ESPN Radio, but broadcast the...
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KMFM (FM)
KMFM (100.7 FM) was a radio station licensed to Premont, Texas, USA. The station was last owned by Paulino Bernal. Bernal surrendered the license for KMFM and five other stations to the Federal Commu...
WBAU (defunct)
WBAU (90.3 FM) is the now-deleted call sign of the student-operated radio station located at Adelphi University in Garden City, New York. The new web-based radio station is PAWS Web Radio.
WBAU wa...
KSKQ (defunct)
KSKQ was a Los Angeles radio station that broadcasts at 1540 AM. The station was owned by Spanish Broadcasting System and was known as "Super KQ." Super KQ played various Spanish-language musical for...
WNMH
WNMH (106.7 FM) is a high school radio station broadcasting a Variety format. Now re-licensed to Mount Hermon, Massachusetts, USA, the station is owned by Northfield Mount Hermon School and features p...
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WSTN
WSTN (1410 FM) was an American radio station formerly licensed to serve Somerville, the county seat of Fayette County, Tennessee. The station was established in 1983 as "WJED", and changed to "WSTN" i...
WHHO
WHHO (1320 AM) was a radio station broadcasting a sports talk format. Licensed to Hornell, New York, USA, the station served the Elmira-Corning area. The station was owned by Bilbat Radio, Inc. (at t...
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HFStival
The HFStival is an annual Washington, D.C. / Baltimore, Maryland rock festival. Held every summer from 1990 through 2006 by radio station WHFS, and annually since 2010 in commemoration of the now-defu...
HFStival - Wikipedia
KCTJ-LP
KCTJ-LP (107.1 FM) was a radio station licensed to serve Finley Point, Montana. The station was owned by the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes Disaster & Emergency Services.KCTJ-LP broadc...
WAYS (FM)
WAYS-FM was a radio station in Macon, Georgia, United States.
Initially the station used the frequency 99.1 MHz and was known as FM 99.Albert Sanders and Bill Powell were the early leaders. Sander...
WGHR
WGHR may refer to two radio stations in the United States:
WKFD (defunct)
WKFD has been used as a callsign twice in Rhode Island for 2 stations on the same frequency. The first was a station licensed to the village of Wickford. The second was a construction permit which n...
La Tremenda 106.5
La Tremenda (branded as La Tremenda de los Dos Laredos) was an international contemporary music FM radio station that served the Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas and Laredo, Texas area of the Mexico – United ...
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KXOK (defunct)
KXOK (630 AM) was a radio station in St. Louis, Missouri, which helped pioneer the Top 40 radio format in the early-1950s. But long before that, it was the subject of a prolonged legal battle in the ...
WVBN
WVBN (107.7 FM) was a commercial radio station located atop Gomer Hill in the Town of Turin, New York, which began broadcasting in October 1948 on 107.7 MHz with an effective radiated power of 1....
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WNMI-LP
WNMI-LP (98.7 FM) was a low-power radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Formerly licensed to North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA, the station was owned by City of North Myrtle...