WUOL-FM
WUOL Logo.PNG
Broadcast areaLouisville, Kentucky
Frequency90.5 MHz
Branding90.5 WUOL Classical Louisville
Programming
FormatClassical
Ownership
Owner
WFPK, WFPL
History
First air date
1976
Former call signs
WUOL-FM (1976-1979)
WUOL (1979-1982)[1]
Call sign meaning
University Of Louisville (original licensee)
Technical information
Facility ID69113
ClassB
ERP21,000 watts
HAAT236 meters (774 feet)
Links
WebcastListen Live - direct streaming URL
Listen Live - player
Websitewuol.org

WUOL-FM (90.5 FM, "Classical 90.5") is a 24-hour listener-supported noncommercial radio station in Louisville, Kentucky, broadcasting a classical music format. It began broadcasting in December 1976.

WUOL, along with its sister stations WFPL and WFPK, broadcasts an HD Radio signal. All three stations have been licensed to the Louisville Public Media consortium (formerly Public Radio Partnership) since 1993. Prior to its joining the Partnership, WUOL inadvertently competed against WFPK for classical music listeners in the region.

The station was reassigned the WUOL-FM call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on March 19, 1982.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database.