Family Life Radio (FLR) is now on the air in metro Detroit. The network can now be heard on its newest station WUFL/Detroit (93.1) formerly WDRQ/Detroit. Cumulus Media sold the station to Family Life Broadcasting System in June this year.
This is FLR’s seventh signal in Michigan. FLR reaches over 80% of the population in Michigan through signals in Albion (96.7FM), Battle Creek (101.1 FM and AM 1400), Lansing (99.9 FM), Mason (AM 1110) and Midland (99.7 FM and broadcasts in 11 states and has 36 signals.
FLR’s sold it’s WUFL (1030 AM) and four translators, in November 2022 to Relevant Radio. The deal did not include the call letters.
“For the first time ever, Family Life Radio will cover the entire metro Detroit area with one high quality signal, providing messages of hope and encouragement to those tuning in,” said Evan Carlson, President and Chief Executive Officer for FLR.
“Family Life Radio is looking forward to serving the metro Detroit audience in the coming year with events, community outreach and more,” said Mike Kankelfritz, FLR Morning Show Host and Chief Engagement Officer.