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Wmkt

WMKT
City of license Charlevoix, Michigan
Broadcast area Traverse City-Petoskey
Branding 1270AM, 92 1FM WMKT
Slogan THE Talk Station
Frequency 1270 kHz 92.1 mhz
Format Talk
Power 27,000 watts (Daytime)
5,000 watts (Nighttime)
Class B
Former callsigns WKHQ (6/9/86-7/14/89)
WKOS (5/1/86-6/9/86)
WVOY (197x-5/1/86)
Owner MacDonald Garber Broadcasting
Sister stations WATT, WKAD, WKHQ-FM, WLXT, WLXV, WMKT, WMBN
Website http://www.wmktthetalkstation.com/

WMKT (1270 AM) is a http://www.wmktthetalkstation.com/. The station features local programming from 7 to 10am eastern time with Greg Marshall, whose first hour is also played on television station WLLZ known on the air as MY TV 12 to tie in with their My Network TV affiliation. The other WMKT local program is hosted 10am to 12pm by long time TV and radio personality Vic McCarty. The rest of the station's line up are from syndicated sources. The station is a Fox News Radio affiliate.

Sources

  • Michiguide.com - WMKT History

External links

  • Query the FCC's AM station database for WMKT

Coordinates: 45°16′22″N 85°15′08″W / 45.27278°N 85.25222°W / 45.27278; -85.25222

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