WIFI is a radio station
Radio station
Radio broadcasting is a one-way wireless transmission over radio waves intended to reach a wide audience. Stations can be linked in radio networks to broadcast a common radio format, either in broadcast syndication or simulcast or both...

 broadcasting a brokered
Brokered programming
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 format. Licensed to Florence, New Jersey, USA, the station is currently operated by Florence Broadcasting Partners, LLC.

This station was previously owned by Real Life Broadcasting. In June 2008, Real Life Broadcasting was fined $23,000 by the Federal Communications Commission for repeatedly violating the broadcasting power constraints of its license.


The station went on the air as WRLB on 1984-06-07. On 1992-02-01, the station changed its call sign to the current WIFI. The WIFI call letters had previously been used in the market for some 20 years on the station now known as WXTU
WXTU is a Country music formatted radio station which is broadcast in the Philadelphia area. It is the largest country radio station in the United States based on listener cume . The station plays a variety of country music, including current hits, as well as older hits...


The 1460 frequency was previously used in WIFI's coverage area by WJJZ, a daytime-only station licensed to Mount Holly, New Jersey with a transmitter site on Burlington Island
Burlington Island
Burlington Island is a island located in the Delaware River between Pennsylvania and New Jersey in the United States. Burlington Island is officially part of the city of Burlington, New Jersey. It is an uninhabited scenic landmark in the Delaware River...

. WJJZ operated from the early 1960s until its license was revoked in the early 1980s.

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