WVTK-FM is an FM radio station that broadcasts on 92.1 MHz from a transmitter located in Port Henry, New York, which is near to Middlebury, Vermont. WVTK puts out almost the equivalent of a 25,000 watt signal, most of which radiates into Vermont's Champlain Valley. The signal can be heard clearly in Middlebury, Bristol, Brandon, and Vergennes, Burlington and Rutland. The station's short spacing to other radio stations on adjacent frequencies prevents WVTK from operating at the full 25,000 watts.
WVTK has been through many format and ownership changes during its 25 years of being on the air. The station is currently owned by Vox Radio Group, which has owned the station since July 2008. The station was once Oldies for a several years under the call sign of WMNM as "Oldies 92", and returned to oldies once again under the call sign of "WLCQ" "Q92". On May 1 2007, an oldies format based on the 60's, early 70's and very late 50's returned to 92.1 as "The True Oldies Channel", a syndicated radio programming stream from ABC Radio Networks. The format change lasted for only about 16 months, as the new owners of WVTK (Vox Radio Group) flipped the station in early September 2008 to an adult contemporary (AC) music format, with more of an local emphasis on Addison County, even including local news from Virtual News Center. a Kansas-based company
Throughout the years, the station has had numerous call signs including WHRC-FM, WHWB-FM, WKLZ, WMNM, WXNT, WLCQ and WJVT. The WHWB-FM and WLKZ call signs were also used in Rutland on the 94.5 frequency prior to going dark in 1993 before the 94.5 frequency was reborn as WJEN "Cat Country". The WHWB-FM call sign was originally used on 98.1 FM in Rutland, VT prior to 1984 when WHWB-FM was a 50,000 watt station with an antenna height about 300 feet below average terrain on the West Proctor Road in Rutland Town, site of where the current WDVT transmits from. Formats on the 92.1 frequency have included: religion, country, [[hip-hop], adult contemporary, rock, smooth jazz, and once as a part time simulcast of New/Talk WSYB in Rutland. WVTK has also held an oldies format at three different times in its history. The 92.1 frequency has had the most call signs and format flips of any radio station in Vermont and eastern New York.
Sources: Jay Gadon, V.A.B., F.C.C.