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96.7 The River
City of license Mercer, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Youngstown, Ohio
Branding 96.7 The River
Frequency 96.7 (MHz)
First air date January 1985 (as WKTX-FM)
Format Soft AC
ERP 1,400 watts
Class A
Owner Cumulus Broadcasting

WLLF is a commercial FM radio station in Mercer, Pennsylvania, USA, serving the Youngstown, Ohio market broadcasting at 96.7 MHz with a soft AC format. It is one of seven radio stations in the Youngstown market owned by Cumulus Broadcasting. Its studios are in "The Radio Center" in Hermitage, Pennsylvania.

WLLF, whose license was first issued in March of 1984, signed on in January 1985 as WKTX. It was purchased in August of 1990 by Mercer County Broadcasting, headed by Patrick Engrao. For a time, this station was the co-owned sister of WKTX (AM 830) in Cortland, Ohio.

The WLLF call letters originated in 1991, when the station simulcast Youngstown rock station WNCD "The Wolf", then at 106.1 MHz. The call letters have remained on the station since, including when it was a smooth jazz outlet.

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