|Broadcast area||Wausau-Stevens Point|
|Format||Top 40 (CHR)/Modern adult contemporary|
|WDEZ, WOZZ, WRIG, WSAU, WSAU-FM|
First air date
|August 29, 1948|
Former call signs
Call sign meaning
|WIsconsin Forward Communications|
|HAAT||329 meters (1,079 ft)|
WIFC (95.5 FM) is a top 40 (CHR)/Modern adult contemporary radio station located in Wausau, Wisconsin. The station is owned and operated locally by Midwest Communications, previously owned by Journal Communications, Dave Raven (Raven Broadcasting) and originally Forward Communications. The call letters WIFC stand for WIsconsin Forward Communications. WIFC's main competition comes from HOT 96-7 (WHTQ), a top 40-CHR radio station broadcasting to the same area.
Formerly WSAU-FM (a beautiful music station), WIFC has broadcast its current format since August 1969, making it one of the longest-running continuously-broadcasting CHR-top 40 stations in the United States.
WSAU-FM began broadcasting August 29, 1948, and was one of the first FM Stations in Wisconsin to broadcast in Stereo in the early 1960s. It and sister station WSAU were originally owned by The Milwaukee Journal.