Support K- Love Radio Murrysville, Pa- Plum, Pa

Support K-Love Radio 88.1 Murrysville, Pa who need's He's Alive Radio

(K-Love DJ Line Up)

Overnights With Lauren Lee 1AM CDT- 5am CDT

K-Love Mornings With Lisa & Eric 5AM CDT- 10 AM CDT

K-Love Mid-day Show With Sterling 10AM CDT- 3PM CDT

K-Love Afternoon Show With Scott & Kelli 3PM CDT- 8PM CDT

K-Love Evening Show With Larry Wayne 8PM CDT- 1AM CDT

(K-Love DJ Weekend Line Up)

Overnights Saturday With Lauren Lee Saturday Mornings 2AM CDT- 5am CDT

K-Love Saturday Mornings With Lisa sometimes Eric fills in 5AM CDT- 10 AM CDT

K-Love Saturday Mid-day Show With Sterling 10AM CDT- 3PM CDT

K-Love Saturday Afternoon Show With Scott & Kelli some time Scott taking over the show as Kelli take the weekend off 3PM CDT- 8PM CDT

K-Love Weekend Evening Show With Larry Wayne 8PM CDT- 1AM

(Sunday DJ Line Up)

Lauren Lee 1AM CDT- 5AM CDT

JD Chandler 2AM- 8AM

Chuck 2pm- 9pm

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
WPKV City of license Duquesne, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Duquesne, Pennsylvania / Pittsburgh
Branding "K-Love"
Frequency 98.3 (MHz)
First air date July 10, 1967 (as WESA-FM)
Format Contemporary Christian
ERP 3,500 watts
HAAT 134 meters
Class A
Facility ID 21214
Callsign meaning Pittsburgh's K-LoVe
Owner Keymarket
(Educational Media Foundation to take over September 1, 2009)
Website [1]
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WPKV, is an American radio station, serving the Pittsburgh area. The station, which is owned by Keymarket, operates at 98.3 MHz with an ERP 3.5 kW and is licensed to Duquesne, Pennsylvania. Its transmitter is located in Pittsburgh.

* 1 History
o 1.1 As WESA-FM
o 1.2 As WZKT "Z98"
o 1.3 WPKV Today
* 2 References
* 3 External links

[edit] History
[edit] As WESA-FM

WPKV-FM was originally Adult Top 40 WESA-FM and was licensed to Charleroi, Pennsylvania; first going on the air in 1967. Created out of necessity to serve the Mon-Yough area because its AM sister was only licensed to operate during sunrise to sunset hours, WESA-FM offered some separate programming during the day, but at night, picked up where WESA was forced to leave off. Both stations became 100 percent simulcast once new FCC regulations were passed eliminating the rule mandating that combination AM/FM license holders originate separate programming for half of the broadcast day.
[edit] As WZKT "Z98"

In 1998 WESA-FM abandoned its call letters and adult contemporary full-service format, and flipped to Top 40 as WZKT (Z98), but that format would go away in January 2000 after it was sold to Keymarket Communications.

Keymarket, which had owned and operated "Froggy" branded country music stations throughout Pennsylvania already for ten years, had been looking to gain a foothold in the Pittsburgh market. The opportunity presented itself for Keymarket to acquire WESA and WZKT, and both stations were sold for $1.3 million.

Keymarket, in March 2002, petitioned the FCC for permission to change the station's city of license to Duquesne, allowing them to realize the intended goal of targeting Pittsburgh proper. By the end of the decade, Keymarket had acquired other signals surrounding Pittsburgh enough to target the city from a multitude of different frequencies, and could focus the station on possibly another format.
[edit] WPKV Today

On August 28, 2009 Keymarket announced that it has sold WOGI's 98.3 signal to Educational Media Foundation, which announced plans to bring the K-LOVE Christian Contemporary music format to Pittsburgh as early as September 1, 2009.[1] This format is on the air today and the call letters were subsequently changed to WPKV.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
WKEL City of license Confluence, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Confluence / Uniontown / Somerset, Pennsylvania
Frequency 98.5 MHz
First air date 2008
Format Contemporary Christian
ERP 1,100 watts
HAAT 233 meters (764 feet)
Class A
Facility ID 170184
Transmitter coordinates 39