We play a family friendly variety including Pink, Bon Jovi, Katy Perry, Bruno Mars and all your workday favorites.
Caveat: the Delilah show was certainly a different tone in the evenings, but thats the way it goes with that show.
WUSL continues to be the dominant urban leader in Philadelphia today.
In 1982, the station began presenting its annual major concert event, "Power House." EZ Communications, owner of rival WIOQ, would purchase WUSL in July 1994.
WUSL broadcasts from a class B signal with an effective radiated power (ERP) of 27,000 watts on 98.9 MHz from a tower located in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia, and its studios are located in Bala Cynwyd.
In 1961, the 98.9 frequency signed on as WPBS "We're Philadelphia's Bulletin Station", under common ownership with the city's largest daily newspaper at the time, The Evening Bulletin (pre-dating the 1969 existence of television's Public Broadcasting Service).
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At this time, LIN Broadcasting was the owner of WUSL.