Basic Radio Station Information
WFLA 970 AM
Tampa Bay's News, Traffic, & Weather
City of License:
Tampa-St. Petersburg, FL
iHeartMedia (formerly known as Clear Channel) (Citicasters Licenses, Inc.)
4002 W Gandy Blvd
Tampa, FL 33611
WFLA is an AM radio station broadcasting at 970 KHz. The station is licensed to Tampa, FL and is part of the Tampa-St. Petersburg, FL radio market. The station airs news/talk programming and goes by the name "Newsradio 970 WFLA" on the air with the slogan "Tampa Bay's News, Traffic, & Weather". WFLA is owned by iHeartMedia under the supervision of General Manager Dan Diloreto.
Nearby Radio Stations1250 WHNZ, AM 860 The Answer, WWZT 105.1 FM, 100.1 Viva FM, WTMP 1150 AM, WPCQ 96.3 FM, News Talk 1470, WURK 96.3 FM, WZIG 104.1 FM, 620 WDAE
Co-Owned Radio Stations in Tampa-St. Petersburg, FL
Listener Comments and Reviews
Your anchors in the morning, before talking about the alimony bill should have to pay it for 20 years to someone that chooses not to work a job and collect a payment each month. They said how it would impact those that won't get it anymore..well what about the impact on those that paid it for 20 years and can't retire as they can't afford to. Put the shoe on the other foot and your opinion might be different!
By: barbara on April 24, 2013
I listen to 970 FM whenever I can get it in my car. I know you have conservative hosts that are willing to support those that help Vets. So I am sending the letter below that I have sent to the Tampa Bay Times in hopes they will run it. It would mean a lot to me as a Vet if you could have it read on air to recognize the fantastic service the Doctors, Nurses, Techs, and others who are boots on the ground at C W Bill Young VA Hospital in St. Petersburg. If are willing to read it, I would appreciate a heads up in order to hear it myself. Thank you in advance for you consideration!
A VETERAN'S APPREICATION
Much is reported concerning the problems that veterans have to face on a daily basis with the Veterans Administration. Yet veterans overwhelmingly consider the Doctors, PAs, Nurses, Tech Staff, Lab Personnel, and all others who represent boots on ground as some of the best people in their fields. There is a particular group of these people at C W Bill Young VA Hospital in St. Petersburg that I want to acknowledge with my thanks and support.
After 2+ years of pain suffered through delayed appointments and appointments that had to be rescheduled due to results being too old for use, I finally got my THR (Total Hip Replacement) almost six months after being diagnosed as having bone on bone in my right hip.
On November 17, 2015 I received a Right THR from the skilled & experienced hands of Dr. Bernard Fishalow and his excellent surgical team to whom I am grateful. Although I was not awake to observe their skills I have subsequently experienced a rapid recovery albeit painful & uncomfortable. After only two and a half weeks I am walking, eating out and going shopping using only a cane at times.
But I also want to recognize the people who took care of me after coming out of surgery and guiding me as I started my trip to recovery. These are the Nurses, Techs, Housekeeping and Food Service people of Inpatient Surgical Care Unit 3C. There was Kristine, Trish, Ada, Joe, Erick, Herman, Harry, Sophia, Chris (in Physical Therapy), Prea (in Occupational Therapy), Food Service (who provided best meals I've eaten away from home) and others whose names I didn't catch. These are well trained, caring people that put their patients (Veterans) in their sights and keep them there until they are discharged.
As for anyone I failed to mention or spelled names wrong, you know who you are and you need to know how much I appreciate each and every one of you.
I want Americans to know that the care givers at our VA Hospitals are some of the best there are. But I hope Congress will continue to investigate VA Administrators many of whom are in positions that they are totally unqualified for and only have due to their tenure within the VA Administration.
Love each of you in Christ,
Rhondal D. Burns
By: Rhondal D. Burns on December 5, 2015
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