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WWLS-FM (98.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Sports radio format. Licensed to The Village, Oklahoma, USA, the station serves the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA, area . The station is currently owned by Citadel Broadcasting and features programing from CBS Radio, ESPN Radio and Westwood One.


The station was put on the air in a small house on 1305 South Boulevard Street in Edmond, Oklahoma, (radio station in his home, transmitter in the bedroom, studio in the garage) his wife threaten to leave unless the radio station was moved out of the house. In 1964 the station moved to Kelly street at a frequency of 97.7 MHz, with call letters KWHP (from the initials of William "Bill" Haydon Payne, its owner). It was top 40, one of the first AOR station in the nation/underground rock, country, oldies and a variety of other formats throughout its earlier existence. (Bill Payne moved on to Tulsa to buy KTFX 103.3 in 1978, and still owns stations in Eastern Oklahoma. In 1978 call letters change to KCFX (representing the change to country and the station mascot "the Fox") 1979 Payne sold the station.* It later became KTNT. Porter Davis (whose family owned Davis Foods distributors) brought Jazz into the market as a Smooth Jazz outlet in the early 1990s as KTNT "97.7 The Trend". In the late 1990s the station changed. In February 1999, the station changed its call letters to KCYI and became "The...
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