WVTL

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WVTL
WVTL ClassicCountry104.7-1570 logo.png
CityAmsterdam, New York
Broadcast areaMohawk Valley
BrandingClassic Country 104.7 FM and 1570 AM
Frequency1570 kHz
Translator(s)104.7 W284BZ (Amsterdam)
First air dateAugust 16, 1961 (1961-08-16) (as WAFS)
FormatClassic country
Power1,000 watts day
204 watts night
ClassB
Facility ID72624
Transmitter coordinates42°54′38″N 74°13′04″W / 42.91056°N 74.21778°W / 42.91056; -74.21778Coordinates: 42°54′38″N 74°13′04″W / 42.91056°N 74.21778°W / 42.91056; -74.21778
Callsign meaningValley's Talk Leader
Former callsignsWAFS (1961–1967)
WKOL (1967–1990)
WBUG (1990–2004)
OwnerRoser Communications Network, Inc.
Sister stationsWBUG-FM, WBGK, WVTL, WSKU, WSKS
Websitewvtlfm.com

WVTL (1570 AM) and 104.7FM is a radio station broadcasting a classic country format.[1] Located near Amsterdam, New York, in the town of Florida, the station serves the Albany area. The station is owned by Roser Communications Network, Inc.[2]

In late December 2009, WVTL switched to a lite music format. It is simulcasted on 104.7 W284BZ. The two stations were called "Lite 104.7 and 1570 AM". In late February 2016, the station adapted to a classic country format.

FM translator[edit]

In addition to the main station at 1570 kHz, WVTL is relayed by an FM translator in order to widen the broadcast area. The FM translator frequency is used as the primary frequency for station branding.

Broadcast translators of WVTL
Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Height
m (ft)
Class Transmitter coordinates FCC info
W284BZ 104.7 Amsterdam, New York 250 15.4 m (51 ft) D 42°54′38″N 74°13′04″W / 42.91056°N 74.21778°W / 42.91056; -74.21778 (W284BZ) FCC

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WVTL Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron.

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