Radio Station Information
City of License:
White City, FL
Urban Adult Contemporary
Midway Broadcasting (Midway Broadcasting Company)
WFLM is an FM radio station broadcasting at 104.5 MHz. The station is licensed to White City, FL. The station broadcasts Urban Adult Contemporary programming. WFLM is owned by Midway Broadcasting.
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Most Played Artist
R. Kelly, Eric Benet, Kem, Mary J. Blige, Fantasia, Charlie Wilson, Michael Jackson, The O'Jays, Faith Evans, The Isley Brothers, Ne-Yo, Monica, Maxwell, Trey Songz, Mariah Carey, Luther Vandross, Earth, Wind & Fire, Jaheim, Marvin Gaye, Usher
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Awesome station listen all the time.
By: lo Davis on February 10, 2014
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By: Brandon McCray on June 28, 2014
I would like to know if you all are broadcast on the radios that is with the prisoners in Okeechobee C.I. if so, please play Stay Together by Ledisi and Jahiem and Say What by Leela James and Anthony Hamilton and dedicate it to my one and only love, Timothy L. Johnson. Tell him that I am still waiting for him after 14 years of being incarcerated and I will not go anywhere until he is safe in my arms at home here in Daytona Beach, Florida. I love you so much Timothy L. Johnson with all my heart. I love you. I will wait for you until that day come for you to walk out of that prison. I will welcome you with open arms. I love you, King Boo. From your Queen Boo. I love you.
By: Marcell Horton-Johnson on July 24, 2014
St. Lucie County Sheriff caught street racing!
Today around 9, 9:30am, the owner of Kapoya Energy Drinks will be presenting a donation of 150 bikes and a $5000 check to Sheriff Ken Mascara for the needy children of St. Lucie County. He will also be challenging the Sheriff in a bike race. If the sheriff wins the race, the amount of the check will be doubled to $10,000!!!
By: Laura Hanson on December 13, 2014
As a radio listener to your station, I was dismayed to hear a stereotype that is probably all too common in the black community, by one of your hosts. The host mentioned that conservative news outlets, like Fox, reported that there are many Haitians coming into the country. The host believes that the underlying reason for mentioning "Haitian" is to engender fear in the conservative audience that there is an invasion of blacks coming into America.
As a conservative, I can assure you that conservatives do not fear black Haitians or any other black immigrant coming into our country. Conservatives are concerned about all illegal immigrants, white or black, coming in. Without controls in place to protect our country from terrorism and properly care for the needs of the immigrants coming in mass, it devolves into a humanitarian crisis. I can assure you that "black" never entered my mind when I heard the word "Haitians," but rather poor, disadvantaged, and isolated victims were my concerns.
Throughout history, conservatives have traditionally stood with the rights of people of color. From slavery to the civil rights movement, the bigots have always found their home and voice in the Democrat party. The liberals have effectively co-opted an illegitimate and unearned place as a defender of blacks. The main difference between the two parties today is that liberals want to buy loyalty through subsidies that impotently binds the minority to their party, whereas conservatives desire to give minorities a means of empowerment through opportunity and self fulfillment.
Conservatives do not fear blacks. I hope you can reconsider your view of conservatives in light of the above and realize that we are more united than previously believed.
Thanks for your time and your good heart in reading this.
By: Dorothy on October 4, 2021
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