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1985 Edit

WFLX, licensed by the Federal Communications Commission to Malrite of Florida, Inc., now concludes its broadcast day. Operating on channel 29 with studios located at 4130 Blue Heron Boulevard, West Palm Beach, and transmission facilities located west of the junction of Highway 441 and Lantana Road in Palm Beach County, Florida, WFLX broadcasts with 2.5 megawatts of effective radiated power from a height of 1,543 feet above average terrain. Your comments on programming or broadcasting practices should be addressed to Mr. Murray Green, Vice President and General Manager, WFLX-TV, 4130 Blue Heron Boulevard, West Palm Beach, Florida, 33404. We invite you to join us again tomorrow for more of the finest in entertainment and informational programming in South Florida. The staff and management of WFLX-TV Plays Favorites independent station bid you a pleasant good night.

Late 1980s Edit

WFLX, licensed by the Federal Communications Commission to Malrite of Florida, Inc., operating on channel 29 with studios located at 4119 West Blue Heron Boulevard in Riviera Beach, and transmission facilities located west of the junction of Highway 441 and Lantana Road in Palm Beach County, Florida. WFLX broadcasts with 5 megawatts of effective radiated power from a height of 1,543 feet above average terrain. WFLX also operates by translator on channel 53 in Vero Beach with call letters W53AH, broadcasting with an effective radiated power of 35 kilowatts from a height of 450 feet above average terrain. Your comments on programming or broadcasting practices should be addressed to Mr. Murray Green, Vice President and General Manager, WFLX-TV, 4119 West Blue Heron Boulevard, West Palm Beach, Florida, 33404. The staff and management of WFLX-TV wish to thank you for making us your number one independent station in South Florida. Have a good night.