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Wrky-fm

WRKY-FM
City of license Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Altoona, Pennsylvania
Branding Rocky 104.9
Slogan "Altoona's Rock Station"
Frequency 104.9 MHz
Format Rock
ERP 730 watts
HAAT 276 meters
Class A
Facility ID 72316
Callsign meaning W RocKY
Former callsigns WHPA (?-1997)
WMXV (1997-1999)
WMAJ-FM (1999-2004)
Owner Forever Broadcasting, LLC
Website rocky1049.com

WRKY-FM is a rock music radio station in Altoona, Pennsylvania. There is a relation with WRKW in Johnstown, Pennsylvania in that they are part of Forever Broadcasting.

Contents

  • Station Information 1
  • On Air Personalities 2
  • Football 3
  • External links 4

Station Information

  • Station Status Licensed Class A FM Station
  • Effective Radiated Power 730 Watts
  • Height above Avg. Terrain 276 meters (906 feet)
  • Height above Ground Level 27 meters (89 feet)
  • Height above Sea Level 802 meters (2633 feet)
  • Antenna Pattern Non-Directional
  • Transmitter Location 40° 34' 01" N, 78° 26' 32" W

On Air Personalities

  • Tommy Edwards
  • Danice Bell
  • The X-Man
  • The Shadow
  • Jay Randyll
  • Chad Bender
  • "The Professor" Jim Price
  • Nights with Alice Cooper

Football

WRKY carries sports programming, including the Pittsburgh Steelers and Penn State football.

External links

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

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