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Wmrf-fm

WMRF-FM & WLAK
City of license WMRF-FM: Lewistown, Pennsylvania
WLAK: Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Lewistown
Huntingdon
Mount Union
Mifflintown
Thompsontown
Beavertown
Branding Merf Radio
Slogan "Merf Means Variety"
Frequency WMRF-FM: 95.7 MHz
WLAK: 103.5 MHz
Format Hot AC
ERP WMRF-FM: 3,900 watts
WLAK: 160 watts
HAAT WMRF-FM: 124 meters
WLAK: 435 meters
Class WMRF-FM: A
WLAK: A
Facility ID WMRF-FM: 42131
WLAK: 42135
Callsign meaning WMRF-FM: Merf
WLAK: Raystown Lake
Former callsigns WMRF-FM: none
WLAK: WRLR (?_1989)
Owner First Media Radio, LLC
Webcast Listen Live
Website merfradio.com

WMRF-FM and WLAK is an adult contemporary radio station from Lewistown, Pennsylvania and Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, branded as Merf Radio. The station serves communities throughout Mifflin County, Huntingdon County, Juniata County, and Snyder County all in central Pennsylvania. The station is owned by First Media Radio.

The broadcasts come from WMRF from their studios in downtown Lewistown.

The WLAK call letters formerly belonged to a Chicago FM station, currently known as WLIT.

Merf Radio is also the Penn State Nittany Lions sports station for the Lewistown and Huntingdon areas, carrying Penn State football, and Penn State men's and women's basketball.

On Air Personalities

  • Rocco Pallotto
  • Mary Lee
  • Jeff Stevens

External links

  • Official website
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WMRF
  • Radio-Locator information on WMRF
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WMRF
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WLAK
  • Radio-Locator information on WLAK
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WLAK

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