WGLO

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WGLO
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City of licensePekin, Illinois
Broadcast areaPeoria, Illinois
Branding95-5 GLO
Slogan"Peoria's Classic Rock"
Frequency95.5 MHz
First air dateDecember 4, 1964 (as WSIV-FM at 95.3)
FormatClassic rock
ERP7,000 watts
HAAT189 meters (620 ft)
ClassB1
Facility ID68622
Transmitter coordinates40°36′23″N 89°32′20″W / 40.60639°N 89.53889°W / 40.60639; -89.53889
Former callsignsWSIV-FM (1964–1979)[1]
Former frequencies95.3 MHz (1964–1979)
OwnerCumulus Media
(Radio License Holding CBC, LLC)
Sister stationsWFYR, WIXO, WVEL, WZPW
WebcastListen Live
Website955glo.com
 
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WGLO
Player r2 c2.jpg
City of licensePekin, Illinois
Broadcast areaPeoria, Illinois
Branding95-5 GLO
Slogan"Peoria's Classic Rock"
Frequency95.5 MHz
First air dateDecember 4, 1964 (as WSIV-FM at 95.3)
FormatClassic rock
ERP7,000 watts
HAAT189 meters (620 ft)
ClassB1
Facility ID68622
Transmitter coordinates40°36′23″N 89°32′20″W / 40.60639°N 89.53889°W / 40.60639; -89.53889
Former callsignsWSIV-FM (1964–1979)[1]
Former frequencies95.3 MHz (1964–1979)
OwnerCumulus Media
(Radio License Holding CBC, LLC)
Sister stationsWFYR, WIXO, WVEL, WZPW
WebcastListen Live
Website955glo.com

WGLO (95.5 FM, "95-5 GLO") is a radio station licensed to serve Pekin, Illinois, USA. The station is owned by Cumulus Media, which purchased the station from Townsquare Media.[2]

WGLO broadcasts a classic rock format to the Peoria, Illinois, area.[3] The station is an affiliate of the syndicated Bob and Tom Show.

The station was assigned the WGLO call sign by the Federal Communications Commission on January 2, 1979.[1] The station was originally WSIV-FM, a sister station to 1140 WSIV (now WVEL), and broadcast on 95.3. The station featured an easy-listening format prior to the classic rock format.

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  1. ^ a b "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. Retrieved June 28, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Cumulus, Townsquare Swap Involves 65 Stations, 13 Markets, $116 Million Cash" from All Access (April 30, 2012)
  3. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. Retrieved June 28, 2009. 

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