Cumulus Adds FM Translator in Lexington

WVLK(AM) is now heard on 101.1 as well
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Cumulus Media says its Lexington, Ky., news/talk station can now be heard on an FM translator.

WVLK(AM)’s programming can now be heard on 101.1 MHz in addition to 590 kHz. Translator W266AN dates to 2004 and previously had been licensed to nearby Lawrenceburg.

“We are extremely pleased to announce that our audience in Lexington can now enjoy WVLK’s exceptional news/talk programming — including Larry Kudlow, John Batchelor, Mark Levin and The Savage Nation — on the all-new simulcast at 101.1 on the FM dial,” said Cumulus Corporate Program Director Jim Mahanay.


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