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CityWinston-Salem, North Carolina
Broadcast areaWinston-Salem, North Carolina
BrandingThe Forse
Frequency105.1 MHz
First air dateMarch 23, 2015
ERP100 watts
HAAT17.2 meters (56 ft)
Facility ID194129
Transmitter coordinates36°04′09″N 80°16′20″W / 36.06917°N 80.27222°W / 36.06917; -80.27222
Callsign meaningW The FOrse
(Forsyth Technical Community College)

WFOZ-LP (105.1 FM, "The Forse") is a radio station licensed to Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States. The station on the campus of Forsyth Technical Community College is being used to train students for broadcasting careers. It signed on March 23, 2015 at 9:00 A.M., after broadcasting online starting in October 2014. The startup was delayed by cutbacks in state funding. The format includes news about the college and community, and a wide range of music including country, adult contemporary, Top 40, classic rock, and Rhythm and blues. Though the station will not have advertising, students in the broadcasting program will learn how to sell time.[1]


  1. ^ Hinton, John (March 23, 2015). "Forsyth Tech's radio station begins broadcasting". Winston-Salem Journal. Retrieved March 23, 2015.

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