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{{Infobox Radio station
name = WTHT
image =
city = Auburn, Mainemarker (WTHT)
Kennebunkmarker, Mainemarker (WBQQ)
area = Portland, Mainemarker
branding =
slogan = 99.9 the Wolf
frequency = 99.9 MHz
repeater = 96.9 W245AA
99.3 WBQQ
airdate =
share = 15.9
share as of = Fa'07
share source = R&R
format = Country music
erp = 28,500 watts (WTHT)
3,000 watts (WBQQ)
haat = 196 meters
class = B (WTHT)
facility_id = 24949
coordinates = (WTHT)
callsign_meaning =
former_callsigns = WTHT: WWAV (?-1983)

WKZS (1983-1998)

WMWX (1998-2000)

WMEK-FM (2000-2004)
WBQQ: WKME (1991-1991)
WJIB (1991-1991)

owner = Nassau Broadcasting III, LLC
licensee =
sister_stations =
webcast = Listen Live
website =
affiliations =}}WTHT (99.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Country music format. Licensed to Auburn, Mainemarker, USA, the station serves the Portland ME area. The station is currently owned by Nassau Broadcasting Iii, LLC.

WTHT 99.9 History

The station was once known as "Kiss 99.9" with a top-40 format. WKZS was an affiliate during the short syndication run of "Matty in the Morning" from WXKS-FM in Bostonmarker.

Over time, WKZS adjusted its presentation to become a Hot AC, and in March 1997 the station reimaged to become "Mix 96.9 and 99.9", with the call letters WMWX following. In September 2000, the station brought back the "Kiss 99.9" name, this time using the call letters WMEK. Promos at the time occasionally alluded to the station's translator, W245AA, on 96.9 FM in downtown Portland. The station's ratings, however, were relatively low.

In 2004, WMEK, along with its WMTW Broadcast Group radio sister stations, was sold to Nassau Broadcasting. In April 2004, Nassau moved the country format of WTHT, then known as "107.5 The Wolf", to the 99.9 FM frequency, clearing the way for the launch of WFNKmarker on the powerful 107.5 FM frequency. Since arriving on the frequency, WTHT "99.9 The Wolf" has remained relatively unchanged.

WBQQ 99.3 History

WBQQ was originally classical as part of WBACHmarker before a 2008 format flip simulcasting WTHT.


In addition to the main station, WTHT is relayed by an additional translator to widen it's broadcast area.


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