FM Technical Profile: WFFN
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- Station Name:
- 95.3 The Bear
eye] Co-located with WTUG and WJMY-CD in rural
southern Tuscasloosa County, just off Jones Camp Road, south of CR-1
(South Rosser Road).
- Power (ERP):
- 17.5 kW
- Antenna HAAT:
- 839 feet
- 60 dBu protected
map, from the FCC.
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95.3 THE BEAR
dishes] dishes at the base of the tower site
a view of the tower holding WTUG, WFFN and W46BU in rural Tuscaloosa
the tower base with information on the TBN-owned LPTV station W46BU
RDS data decoded on an Insignia portable in far northwest Alabama,
showing a blank Radio Text field and the PI (call sign) field.
Street View imagery of the Townsquare Media stations in Tuscaloosa,
off Skyland Boulevard.
- Before becoming
The Bear, this station was a move-in from the Walker County
community of Cordova. There it had a country format under
ownership of New Century Radio. After the move from Cordova to
Tuscaloosa (licensed to unincorporated Coaling) in 2004 it became
oldies, as a part of the Apex stable of stations. After being
aquired by Citadel, it flipped back to country. Citadel later
became a part of Cumulus.
- In the
spring of 2012 the entire Cumulus cluster in Tuscaloosa was acquired
by Townsquare Media.