WAIL


WAIL

Infobox Radio station
name = WAIL


city = Key West, Florida
area =
branding = "WAIL 99"
slogan = "Rockin' the Keys"
airdate =
frequency = 99.5 MHz
format = Classic rock
erp = 100,000 watts
haat = 73.0 meters
class = C1
facility_id = 31637
coordinates = coord|24|39|32.00|N| 81|32|18.00|W|region:US_type:city
callsign_meaning =
former_callsigns =
owner = Clear Channel Broadcasting Licenses, Inc.
licensee =
sister_stations = WAIL, WCTH, WEOW, WFKZ, WKEY-FM, WKEZ-FM, WKWF
webcast =
website = [http://www.wail995.com wail995.com]
affiliations =

WAIL (99.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Classic rock format. Licensed to Key West, Florida, USA, the station serves the Florida Keys area. The station is currently owned by Clear Channel Broadcasting Licenses, Inc. [cite web |url=http://www.fcc.gov/fcc-bin/fmq?call=WAIL |title=WAIL Facility Record |work=United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division]

On January 25, 2008, it was announced that WAIL-FM is one of several Clear Channel radio stations to be sold, in order to remain under the ownership caps following the sale of Clear Channel to private investors. Until it is sold, WAIL-FM and other stations to be sold will be placed into the Aloha Stations Trust. ( [http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/chi-fri_3briefs_0125jan25,0,5116482.story] , [http://radioinsight.com/headlines/clear-channel-spinoff-list/] )

References

External links

*FMQ|WAIL
*FML|WAIL
*FMARB|WAIL



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