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Subject: List of radio stations in Florida, Florida Heartland
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City of license Lake Placid, Florida
Broadcast area Sebring
Branding TK 730
Frequency 730 (kHz)
Format News/Talk
Power 500 watts day
340 watts night
Class B
Owner Cohan Radio Group
Website WWTK 730

WWTK is a commercial radio station in Lake Placid, Florida, broadcasting to the Sebring area on 730 AM. WWTK's format is News/Talk, and they run a slate of conservative commentators including The Rush Limbaugh Show, The Sean Hannity Show, Doctor Joy, Jerry Doyle and Jim Bohannon. The late night program is Coast to Coast AM. Sundays are dominated by religious programming. The station fares moderately well in the Sebring radio market, pulling a relatively stable 5.2 share, placing them sixth in the market.[1]


External links

  • Station website
  • Query the FCC's AM station database for WWTK
  • Radio-Locator Information on WWTK
  • Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WWTK

Coordinates: 27°24′25″N 81°25′56″W / 27.40694°N 81.43222°W / 27.40694; -81.43222

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