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In 1998, the ownership of WLTE, along with sister station 830 WCCO, went to the Infinity Broadcasting Corporation, a subsidiary of CBS Radio.
Until the early 2000s, the station had been known as "W-Lite" and "Lite Rock 103 FM," having rounded the frequency up to "103" since the WCCO-FM days.
WLTE was the last of four CBS Radio stations to drop the AC format in 2011 after March's flip of WIAD in Washington, D. from AC to hot adult contemporary (WWFS in New York City followed suit on October 12 to follow WIAD's route) and WCFS-FM in Chicago on August 1 that year, when they went to all-news to simulcast AM 780 WBBM.
At the same time as the format flip, the former "Lite FM" AC format moved to co-owned KZJK 104.1-HD2, replacing smooth jazz.
In December 2011, WLTE became the subject of format change rumors, amid falling ratings.