We are northwest Ohio’s ultimate music collection. Our primary format is something we call indie rock, and we also program heritage rock and some metal on Saturday. On Sunday we air contemporary Christian music in the morning and jazz in the afternoon.
Here is a summary of our programming philosophy.
WLFC is, first and foremost, a new music station. We play about 60 percent unsigned bands, 40 percent signed. You will at times hear artists you may consider mainstream, but you will also hear music here you simply will not hear anywhere else.
On Saturday we pay tribute to our history by breaking out the hits from days gone by. As Hancock County’s original new music station we play the music that is our heritage—music from the 1970s through the 1990s. These are the songs you heard here first back in the day.
At 9 p.m. Saturday you can catch a variety of new and old mainstream metal. This mix includes metal classics and sounds from newer metal bands.
On Sunday morning you’ll hear a variety of new and old tunes from the contemporary Christian genre. The rotation runs the gamut from Christian hits from the 1980s to songs that are on the charts right now.
What would a university station be without some jazz? On Sunday afternoon you can hear an eclectic mix of traditional, smooth and fusion jazz. The time frame of the songs we play runs from the 1930s to the 2000s.