WKFL (1170 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a classic country format. Licensed to Bushnell, Florida, United States, the station is now owned by Walco Enterprise LLC.[1]

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CityBushnell, Florida
BrandingBoss Hogg Radio
SloganClassic Country, Variety & More
Frequency1170 kHz
First air date1986-10-06 (as WWLB)
Power1,000 watts day
Facility ID62365
Transmitter coordinates28°42′31.00″N 82°7′36.00″W / 28.7086111°N 82.1266667°W / 28.7086111; -82.1266667
Former call signsWWLB (1986-1987)
WBEA (1987-1987)
OwnerWalco Enterprise / Ferris Waller.
Sister stationsWHNR, WWAB


The station went on the air as WWLB on 1986-10-06, licensed to Wildwood.[citation needed] On 1987-09-04, the station changed its call sign to WBEA, on 1987-11-09 to the current WKFL.[2] WKFL-AM 1170 Bushnell

Original Call Letters: WWLB Originally Licensed: Oct 6, 1986 Original City of License: Bushnell Original Frequency: 1170 Origin of Call Letters: Original Power: 1,000 watts daytime Original Location: Original Format: Country Network Affiliation(s):

Owner(s): 1986-Sumter County Radio 1989-StarStrip Communications Inc. 1993-Maranatha Media 2001-Walker Information & Education Institute 2001-K Florida Radio, Inc. 2004-Talknsports, Inc. ($155,000) 2011-Scott Walker 2012-Zeigler Media Svcs (LMA) History Of Call Letters and Formats: WWLB-1986-Gospel WKFL-1987-Country (Simulcast-WKIQ-AM 1240) "Country 1170 and 1240" WBEA-1987-Country "Country 1170" WKFL-1992-Sports WKFL-1992-Gospel/Sports WKFL-1998-Urban Gospel "American Family Radio" "Mighty Gospel 1170 AM" WKFL-1998-Gospel/NASCAR/College Football WKFL-1999-Urban Gospel WKFL-2004-Southern Gospel WKFL-2006-Licensed/Silent WKFL-2007-Sports WKFL-2007-Licensed/Silent WKFL-2008-Sports WKFL-2009-Licensed/Silent WKFL-2010-Sports "Sporting News Radio" WKFL-2010-Classic Country "Real Country USA" WKFL-2011-Licensed/Silent WKFL-2012-Classic Country "Kickin' Country" WKFL-2018-Licnesed/Silent WKFL-2019-Variety "Boss Hogg Radio"


  1. ^ "WKFL Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ "WKFL Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.

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