WGFA (AM)

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WGFA
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City of license Watseka, Illinois
Broadcast area Watseka, Illinois
Eastern Iroquois County, Illinois
Western Benton County, Indiana
Southern Newton County, Indiana
Branding "WGFA 1360 AM"
Frequency 1360 kHz
First air date 1961
Format News/Talk
Power 1,000 Watts daytime only
Class D (Regional)
Facility ID 29202
Transmitter coordinates 40°47′37.0″N 87°45′17.0″W / 40.793611°N 87.754722°W / 40.793611; -87.754722
Callsign meaning World's Greatest Farming Area
Affiliations ABC Radio News
Salem Radio Network
Owner Iroquois County Broadcasting Company
Sister stations WGFA-FM
Website WGFA Online

WGFA is a News/Talk formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Watseka, Illinois, serving Watseka and Eastern Iroquois County, Illinois and Western Benton and Southern Newton counties in Indiana. WGFA is a daytime only station and is owned and operated by Iroquois County Broadcasting Company, which is owned by Richard and Margaret Martin.[1] The WGFA (AM) antenna is a three-tower array.

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WGFA carries Bill Bennett's Morning in America, Agri Talk, Dennis Prager, Michael Medved, Hugh Hewitt, Mike Gallagher and Kim Komando.

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