|City of license||Braddock, Pennsylvania|
|First air date||1940s|
|ERP||1,000 Watts (day)
4 Watts (night)
|Callsign meaning||We're LiFstyle TalkRadio Pittsburgh|
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WLFP is a talk radio station serving the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, market. The station broadcasts on 1550kHz with a power of 1,000 watts daytime (4 watts at night), and is licensed to Braddock, Pennsylvania.
The majority of WLFP's programming is provided by the Lifestyle TalkRadio Network (R). www.lifestyletalkradio.com
WLFP is the "Flagship Station" of the Woodland Hills Wolverine Football Network. A.W. Gusky Productions produces the broadcasts of Woodland Hills High School football on the station. All of the games are live on AM-1550 WLFP as well as on www.1550WLFP.com. Live and archived Woodland Hills High School Football broadcasts are available on www.msasports.net.
WLFP is also an affiliate of the University Basketball Network. Robert Morris University in collaboration with A.W. Gusky Productions produce the broadcasts of several RMU Women's Basketball games, as well as select RMU Men's Basketball games on the station. The games are live on AM-1550 WLFP as well as on www.1550WLFP.com. Live and archived Colonial Basketball broadcasts are available on RMUColonials.com.
WLFP is the former sister station to WRRK, both starting out as WLOA AM and FM. The AM station went through various formats and owners, frequently featuring Urban music, before settling in on its current format in 2003.
As WURP, the station most recently featured "hot talk" hosts such as The Young Turks, G. Gordon Liddy, Don and Mike, Sporting News Radio, and weekend programming from Air America Radio. WURP also aired the locally produced "UnShow with Jeff Schneider".
ICBC Holdings sold the station to BusinessTalkRadio.net in March 2007, and WLFP is now airing shows from the Lifestyle TalkRadio Network.
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