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WVLK 101.5JACKfm logo.png
CityRichmond, Kentucky
Broadcast areaLexington, Kentucky
Branding101.5 Jack FM
SloganPlaying What We Want
Frequency101.5 MHz
Translator(s)WCYN-FM Cynthiana, 102.3 MHz
First air date1961[1] (as WBZF)
FormatAdult hits
ERP9,000 watts
HAAT165 meters (541 ft)
Facility ID71249
Transmitter coordinates37°52′45″N 84°19′33″W / 37.87917°N 84.32583°W / 37.87917; -84.32583
Callsign meaningVoice of Lexington, Kentucky
Former callsignsWBZF (1972-1979)
WCBR-FM (1979-1984)
WMCQ-FM (1984-1995)
WLRO (1995-2007)[2]
OwnerCumulus Media
(Cumulus Licensing LLC)
Sister stationsWLTO, WXZZ, WLXX, WVLK
WebcastListen Live

WVLK-FM (101.5 MHz) is a radio station licensed to the community of Richmond, Kentucky. It serves the greater Lexington, Kentucky, area. The station is owned by Cumulus Media and licensed to Cumulus Licensing LLC.[3]

This station used to be a simulcast of sister station WVLK 590 kHz in Lexington.

The station has been assigned these call letters by the Federal Communications Commission since May 23, 2007.[2] Previously, sister country station WLXX held that callsign.

On October 31, 2014, at 6AM, WVLK-FM dropped its news/talk format and began stunting by playing only music by Garth Brooks as "Garth 101.5". At 5pm, WVLK-FM changed its format to country, joining the Nash Icon network as "101.5 Nash Icon".

On the morning of February 20, 2018, WVLK-FM flipped to adult hits as "101.5 Jack FM".[4]


  1. ^ Welcome to LKYRadio.com - Classic Lexington, Kentucky radio - WVLK-FM Page
  2. ^ a b "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database.
  3. ^ "Winter 2008 Station Information Profile". Arbitron.
  4. ^ Jack FM Debuts in Lexington

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