WYLV

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WYLV
CityMaynardville, Tennessee
Broadcast areaKnoxville, Tennessee
BrandingK-Love
SloganPositive & Encouraging
Frequency88.3 MHz
Repeater(s)93.9 MHz Gatlinburg, Tennessee
First air date1997
FormatContemporary Christian
ERP2,850 watts
HAAT454 meters (1,490 ft)
ClassC2
Facility ID81317
Transmitter coordinates36°0′13″N 83°56′34″W / 36.00361°N 83.94278°W / 36.00361; -83.94278
Former callsignsWASJ (3/10/97-10/26/01)
WOEZ (10/26/01 - 06/01/08)
WDLF (06/01/08 - 01/14/11)[1]
AffiliationsK-LOVE
OwnerEducational Media Foundation
Websitehttp://www.klove.com/

WYLV is a non-commercial, non-profit Contemporary Christian radio station broadcasting on 88.3 MHz in the Knoxville, Tennessee area.

WDLF began broadcasting a Contemporary Christian format as Life 88.3 on June 1, 2008. It had been a beautiful music station as WOEZ "EZ88" prior to the switch.

On January 1, 2011, WYLV became an affiliate of the Air 1 network after being sold to Educational Media Foundation. Later in January, the WYLV call letters were moved to the 88.3 frequency, as an affiliate of the K-LOVE network. At that time, Air 1 moved to WOFM (FM), which had been WYLV.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Call Sign History". Retrieved June 13, 2019.

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