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I don't think an exhaustive list of local radio and tv stations is one of our goals. I've moved this list here for reference. Maj 12:41, 26 December 2006 (EST)


Radio[edit]

FM[edit]

  • FM 88.5 WJIE Christian music
  • FM 89.3 WFPL NPR news
  • FM 91.9 WFPK Public station with a wide variety of music
  • FM 90.5 WUOL Classical
  • FM 93.1 WTFX The Fox [1] Rock
  • FM 93.9 WJIE Christian Music
  • FM 94.3 WULF The Wolf Country
  • FM 94.7 WFIA [2] Christian Talk
  • FM 95.7 WQMF [3] Classic Rock
  • FM 96.5 WGZB B-96 [4] Rap and hip-hop
  • FM 98.9 WZKF Kiss [5] Top 40/hip-hop
  • FM 99.7 WDJX [6] Top 40
  • FM 100.5 WLUE Louie FM [7] Various
  • FM 101.3 WMJM Majic 101.3 [8] Soul
  • FM 101.7 WLPP Spanish Language
  • FM 102.3 WXMA The Max [9] Current music
  • FM 103.1 WRKA [10] Oldies
  • FM 103.9 WPTI [11] Country
  • FM 104.3 WLRX [12] New Rock
  • FM 105.1 WLRS [13] New rock
  • FM 105.9 WRVI The River [14] Christian music
  • FM 106.9 WVEZ Lite 106.9 [15] Soft Rock
  • FM 107.7 WSFR [16] Classic rock

AM[edit]

  • AM 530 Local Information & Traffic
  • AM 620 WTMT Spanish Music
  • AM 680 WDRD [17] Disney Radio
  • AM 790 WKRD [18] Sports
  • AM 840 WHAS [19]Full Service
  • AM 900 WFIA Christian Talk
  • AM 940 WCND Oldies
  • AM 970 WGTK [20] Great talk
  • AM 1040 WLCR [21] Catholic radio
  • AM 1080 WKJK [22] Talk
  • AM 1240 WLLV [23] Gospel
  • AM 1350 WLOU [24] Gospel
  • AM 1450 WAVG [25] Classic country
  • AM 1570 WWSZ [26] ESPN Radio
  • AM 1600 WTSZ [27] ESPN Radio

Television[edit]

  • WAVE 3 [28] NBC (6 on cable)
  • WBKI 28 [29] CW (7 on cable)
  • WBNA 21 i Network (21 on cable)
  • WDRB 41 [30] Fox (9 on cable)
  • WHAS 11 [31] ABC (4 on cable)
  • WJYL 45 TBN
  • WKPC 15 [32] PBS/KET (13 on cable)
  • WKMJ 68 [33] KET-2 (15 on cable)
  • WLKY 32 [34] CBS (5 on cable)
  • WMYO 58 [35] My TV (10 on cable)
  • WYCS 24 [36] Community station (138 on digital cable)

Places to Eat[edit]

Removed Carly Rae's since it is no longer in business: http://www.wineloverspage.com/forum/hotbytes/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=7933&start=0 —The preceding comment was added by 96.28.49.68 (talkcontribs)

Thank you. You can feel free to mention that sort of thing in your edit summary when you make a change. =) LtPowers 08:58, 9 November 2009 (EST)

Question: In Louisville Eating, what establishes 'Cheap', 'Moderate' and 'Splurge'? I've a few I'd add, but I'm not sure what they would be considered.Stephenlegh (talk) 18:05, 14 September 2015 (EDT)

Hey Stephenlegh, there are no standardized guidelines for what budget, mid-range, and splurge price ranges. It's subjectively set based on the location. Because Louisville is a pretty big city, I'd say budget can be anything below $10, mid-range can be anything between $10 and $20, and splurge can occupy anything above that. Do you think this is sensible? IBcaldera (talk)

District articles?[edit]

Since there are no links to any, shouldn't the notice that there are such articles be deleted for now? Ikan Kekek 18:20, 24 June 2012 (EDT)