WFRB (AM)

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WFRB
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City of license Frostburg, Maryland
Broadcast area Western Maryland
Potomac Highlands
Branding "Talk Radio 560"
Slogan "Left on the Dial, Right on the Issues"
Frequency 560 kHz
First air date 1958
Format News/Talk/Sports
Power 5,000 Watts daytime
55 Watts nighttime
Class D
Facility ID 71868
Transmitter coordinates 39°41′2.0″N 78°57′57.0″W / 39.683889°N 78.965833°W / 39.683889; -78.965833
Callsign meaning W FRostBurg
Owner WTBO-WKGO Corporation, LLC
Sister stations WFRB-FM, WKGO, WTBO
Webcast WFRB Webstream
Website WFRB Online

WFRB is a News/Talk/Sports formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Frostburg, Maryland, United States.

Due to WFRB's low position on the dial, it covers most of Western Maryland, the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia, and parts of Southern Pennsylvania. WFRB is owned and operated by WTBO-WKGO Corporation, LLC.

Programming[edit]

Mornings are led by Quinn and Rose from nearby Pittsburgh station WPGB. Syndicated programs from Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, and Dennis Miller are also heard. Saturday programming, and programming after 7PM on weekdays consists of shows syndicated from the Fox Radio Network such as John Gibson, Alan Colms, and "Kilmeade and Friends". On Sundays, religious broadcasts are aired from 7AM to Noon, followed and preceded by talk shows from the Fox Radio Network.

Sports broadcasts by WFRB-AM are syndicated from their sister station WTBO and consist of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Pittsburgh Steelers, and the Baltimore Orioles. In addition to these major league teams, WFRB serves as the home station for Mountain Ridge High School Football, broadcasting all home and away games during the season. All sports broadcasts override the normal talk show programming, but are not available when you are listening online.

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