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Wltn-fm

WLTN-FM
City of license Littleton, New Hampshire
Broadcast area Northeast Kingdom of Vermont; Coos County and Grafton County, New Hampshire
Branding "Mix 96.7"
Slogan "Life's Greatest Hits"
Frequency 96.7 (MHz)
First air date August 19, 1991
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP 6,000 watts
HAAT 90 meters
Class A
Facility ID 53636
Owner Radio New England Broadcasting, LLC
Sister stations WXXS, WLTN, WOTX, WMOU, WKDR
Webcast Listen Live
Website wltnradio.com

WLTN-FM is an Adult Contemporary formatted radio station in New Hampshire licensed to Lisbon, serving northern New Hampshire and the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. WLTN-FM is owned by Barry P. Lunderville.

WLTN-FM went on the air August 19, 1991, as a Class A radio station in broadcasting from Lisbon, New Hampshire and with studios in Littleton. On air it was known as "Gold 96-7" and it was a locally-operated Oldies radio station. In 1994, the services of Westwood One's Oldies Channel were instituted. In July 1999 ownership changed to Sharp Broadcasting and the format changed on September 12 of that year to its current Adult Contemporary format, switching satellite networks to Westwood's Bright AC and became known on air as Bright 96.7.[1] When the station was sold to Lunderville, it became known as Mix 96.7.[2] The station currently carries CBS Radio News.

References

External links

  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WLTN
  • Radio-Locator information on WLTN
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WLTN


Coordinates: 44°13′12″N 71°52′05″W / 44.220°N 71.868°W / 44.220; -71.868


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