Frank FM is the branding used by WBIN Media and Great Eastern Radio for their classic hits-formatted radio stations. The Frank format is similar to the Jack FM format in that these stations play over 1000 songs in regular rotation at any time as opposed to the average amount of 300 to 600 songs heard regularly on a radio station; however, the stations' playlists otherwise resemble other classic hits stations rather than that of variety hits stations.
The Frank FM stations are WFNK in Lewiston, Maine (serving Portland), WBYA in Islesboro, Maine, WFNQ in Nashua, New Hampshire, WNNH in Henniker, New Hampshire (serving Concord), and WRFK in Barre, Vermont. The Frank FM logo and branding are also employed on a variety hits station on Cape Cod in Massachusetts (WFRQ in Harwichport); unlike the other stations with the branding, WFRQ's format is patterned after Jack FM, running semi-jockless and playing a wide selection of music from the 60s through current with an emphasis on R&B and pop hits from the 90s-2000s, and play a couple new songs per hour. All of these stations were owned by Nassau Broadcasting Partners until 2012; at that time, WBIN Media acquired the Frank FM stations in Maine and New Hampshire, WRFK was sold to Great Eastern Radio, and WFRQ was acquired by Codcomm, Inc.
The Time & Temperature Building (official name 477 Congress Street) is a fourteen story office building located on Congress Street in downtown Portland, Maine. The building is named after the large display screen on the roof that flashes the local time and temperature.
Originally known as the Chapman Building, it was erected in 1924 as a twelve-story building. Together with the ten story Fidelity Trust Tower next door, these buildings were for many years two of Portland's tallest.
WTHT (99.9 FM; "The Wolf") is a radio station broadcasting a Country music format. Licensed to Auburn, Maine, USA, the station serves the Portland ME area. The station is currently owned by Binnie Media. Programming is simulcast on WBQQ (99.3 FM) in Kennebunk.
The WTHT call letters were once assigned to 102.9 FM under the moniker of "FM 103", playing Contemporary Hits Radio (CHR) licensed to Portland and operating at 100,000 watts ERP from roughly the mid-1980s until 1989.
Progressive Broadcasting Corporation (also operating under the trade name Breakthrough and Milestones Productions International) is a Philippine radio and television network, with main broadcast facilities in Metro Manila.
Its main station is UNTV Channel 37 in Metro Manila. It also operates 107.5 Win Radio & UNTV Radio La Verdad 1350 in Mega Manila.