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WLTF
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City of license Martinsburg, West Virginia
Broadcast area Four-State Region
Branding "Lite 97-5"
Slogan "The Four States Station for Continous Lite Rock"
Frequency 97.5 MHz
First air date 1949
Format Light Adult Contemporary
Power 11,500 Watts
HAAT 316 Meters
Class B
Facility ID 53486
Transmitter coordinates 39°27′33.0″N 78°3′48.0″W / 39.45917°N 78.06333°W / 39.45917; -78.06333
Callsign meaning W LiTe F
Affiliations West Virginia MetroNews
Owner Prettyman Broadcasting Company
Sister stations WEPM, WICL
Website WLTF Online

WLTF is a Light Adult Contemporary formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Martinsburg, West Virginia, serving the Four-State Region. WLTF is owned and operated by Prettyman Broadcasting Company.

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The station plays an adult contemporary format from January through Mid-November, then an all-Christmas music format is played on the station from mid-November through December 26.

Its signal reaches east into Washington, DC, south to Luray, Virginia, west into Grantsville, Maryland, and north into Altoona, Pennsylvania, effectively covering the "Four State Area."

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