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  2. WHTS - Wikipedia

    WHTS (105.3 FM), licensed to Coopersville, Michigan, is a Top 40 (CHR) radio station in the Grand Rapids, Michigan market. WHTS is owned and operated by Cumulus Media and transmits with an ERP of 20,000 watts.

  3. WTRV - Wikipedia

    WTRV (100.5 FM) is a commercial radio station broadcasting a classic hits -leaning soft adult contemporary radio format. The station is licensed to Walker, Michigan, and serves the Grand Rapids metropolitan area radio market. WTRV is a Class A station, so it is limited to 3,000 watts.

  4. WPRR (AM) - Wikipedia

    WPRR (1680 AM) is an urban adult contemporary radio station serving the Grand Rapids, Michigan area. The station is currently owned by Goodrich Radio. [1] History [ edit] The WDSS logo used on the Grand Rapids page on Radio Disney's website. WPRR originated as the expanded band "twin" of an existing station on the standard AM band.

  5. WOOD (AM) - Wikipedia

    WOOD (1300 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station in Grand Rapids, Michigan, serving West Michigan and owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. It has a news/talk radio format and is simulcast on co-owned WOOD-FM at 106.9 MHz. The studios and offices are at 77 Monroe Center in Downtown Grand Rapids.

  6. WVHF (AM) - Wikipedia

    WVHFis an AM radiostation licensed to broadcast at 1140 kHz for Kentwood, Michiganin the Grand Rapidsmarket. The station is licensed to broadcast with 5,000 watts of power during the daytime hours but must sign off at sunset to protect co-channel WRVA (AM)in Richmond, Virginia.

  7. WGVU-FM - Wikipedia

    WGVU-FM is an NPR member station serving Grand Rapids, Michigan. Owned by Grand Valley State University, it is simulcast in West Michigan. The main broadcast frequency is 88.5 MHz, which is licensed to Allendale, the Grand Rapids suburb that is home to Grand Valley State's main campus.

  8. WJRW - Wikipedia

    Owned by Cumulus Media, WJRW is the Grand Rapids affiliate for the BetQL Audio Network, CBS Sports Radio, and Fox Sports Radio. The WJRW studios and transmitter both reside in Grand Rapids. In addition to a standard analog transmission, the station also simulcasts over low-power FM translator W291DJ (106.1 FM) and is available online.

  9. WFUR (AM) - Wikipedia

    WFUR (1570 AM, "WFUR Classic") is a radio station broadcasting a religious format licensed to Grand Rapids, Michigan. It features a variety of teaching and preaching programs. Additionally, it features a variety of music. The music is a mixture of hymns and Christian classics (1960s through 1980s).