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Wrci

For the radio station in New York formerly known as WRCI, see WDCX (AM). For the Midland MI radio station formerly known as WRCI, see WKQZ.
WRCI
City of license Three Rivers, Michigan
Branding River Country 97.1
Frequency 1520 kHz
Translator(s) 97.1 W246BW (Three Rivers)
First air date April 1962 (as WLKM at 1510)
Format Classic Country
Power 430 watts (Daytime)
8 watts (Nighttime)
Class D
Facility ID 70462
Callsign meaning W River Country I
Former callsigns WLKM (04/62-09/18/08)
Former frequencies 1510 kHz (1962-2003)
Owner Impact Radio
Sister stations WLKM-FM
Website wrciradio.com

WRCI is a radio station owned by Impact Radio and licensed to Three Rivers, Michigan. It airs Dial Global's Classic Country format under the moniker River Country 97.1.

WRCI was known as WLKM-AM until September 18, 2008. WRCI programming is simulcast on a translator (W246BW) at 97.1 FM in Three Rivers, hence the station's moniker of "River Country 97.1." Prior to the current Classic Hit Country, WLKM-AM operated at 1510 on the AM dial as a Music of Your Life station.

References

  • Michiguide.com - WRCI History

External links

  • Query the FCC's AM station database for WRCI
  • Radio-Locator Information on WRCI
  • Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WRCI
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for W246BW

Coordinates: 41°55′43″N 85°38′15″W / 41.92861°N 85.63750°W / 41.92861; -85.63750

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