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.
WLBC-FM is owned by Woof Boom Radio whose Eastern Indiana cluster includes WERK 104.9 FM, WHBU 103.7 FM / 1240 AM (NewsTalk radio), WXFN 1340 AM / 102.9 FM (Foxsports Radio), WMXQ 93.5 FM and WBKQ 96.7 FM. The stations began operating as Woof Boom stations on June 1st, 2013. Woof Boom Radio purchased the stations from Backyard Broadcasting for $4.45 Million.
WLBC-FM is led by Owner and President J Chapman, CFO Susan Rodricks and Jeff Chapman. Staff also includes: Steve Lindell (23 years on air) who serves as Director of Operations, Sean Mattingly is the Director of Technical Operations (Chief Engineer), Chuck Lofton from WTHR-TV in Indianapolis (in his 27th year with WLBC in 2014), Sue Tschuor (GSM), Kim Morris (in her 23rd year with WLBC in 2016), Brian Casey, and rookie Simon Hoying.