WLBC-FM is a FM radio station broadcasting on a frequency of 104.1 MHz and located in Muncie, Indiana. The WLBC call letters were originally used on its AM station at 1340kHz (the present day WXFN) and also used as WLBC-TV Channel 49 before it became public television station WIPB in the 1970s. Its current format is Hot A/C (Hot Adult Contemporary), featuring an adult blend of the 90s, and today. In the 1970s WLBC-FM (previously WMUN) was one of the first Indiana FM stations with a contemporary hit format competing with crosstown AM daytimer WERK (now an FM station) which at first used the "Solid Gold" automated hit music package produced by Drake-Chenault Enterprises while WLBC-AM aired traditional middle of the road programming. Source
We want to Welcome YOU Back 2 BSU! August 21st, 2017, 10am-2pm
@ T.I.S. Bookstore in the BSU Village
Visit 104.1 WLBC on University in front of T.I.S. College Bookstore and get a chance to spin the awesome PRIZE WHEEL for a chance to win gift cards and a ton of swag from our sponsors. It's first come, first serve - so make sure you stop by before all the awesome prizes are gone! Thank you to all of our amazing sponsors:
Offer good Tuesday 7/18/17 only. No rain date. Stickers will be given away on a first come, first serve basis. There is a limited supply so get yours FAST! Visit any of the following locations to pick up stickers for the 2017 Delaware County Fair Dollar Day on or after 7/10/2017: Open Door Health Services Tom Cherry Muffler Jack's Donuts Muncie Misson The Attic Window Elwood Antique and Flea Mall Merk's Family Dining JD Byrider Concannon's Bakery and Cafe (Baker Land location only)
Once again Muncie will witness a spectacular fireworks display unlike any around. 104.1 WLBC and the City of Muncie have dedicated thousands of dollars to creating the most stunning fireworks display perfectly set to music. The fireworks will be better than EVER as they are accompanied by pyrotechnics and synchronized music to start around 10 p.m. Tuesday, July 4th. Together, We’ll Set The Night To Music!
Fathers are important, so they need to be celebrated! And we are talking about ALL father figures: biological dads, step-dads, grandfathers, uncles...you name them, we want to celebrate them.
Good luck to the Class of 2017! We salute the graduating Class of 2017! With more than 30 high schools in WLBCland, we have reason to celebrate. Click on the links below to hear the finished salutes:
Kevin Johnson - Madison Grant High School, Madison Cunningham - New Castle High School, and Lucas Muzzarelli - Monroe Central Jr./Sr.
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Selecting a term
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