|City of license||Manchester Township, Pennsylvania|
|Broadcast area||York, Pennsylvania|
|Frequency||1440 kHz (also on HD Radio via WSOX-HD4)|
|First air date||1950 (as WGCB)|
|Power||730 watts day
53 watts night
|Callsign meaning||W GoLD|
|Former callsigns||WGCB (1950-1997)
|Affiliations||CBS Sports Radio|
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WGLD (1440 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a sports talk format. Licensed to Manchester Township, Pennsylvania, USA, the station is currently owned by Susquehanna License Co., LLC and is currently broadcasting ESPN Radio.
WGLD was originally known as WGCB AM, and was owned by John Harden Norris, who founded the station in 1950. In 1964, Norris went on a 15 minute diatribe against journalist Fred Cook. Cook, under Fairness Doctrine rules, requested a chance to rebut, and Norris refused, claiming the doctrine to be unconstitutional. A lawsuit ensued, which Cook ultimately won.
The WGLD call signs were previously heard at 104.5 FM in Indianapolis (now WJJK) and at 100.3 FM in Greensboro (now WMKS). It was also in Chicago on 102.7 FM (oldies) during the early seventies. It was called W-Gold Oak Park - Chicago, and it was managed by Charles Manson for Sonderling Broadcasting. This station became WBMX.
- Query the FCC's AM station database for WGLD
- Radio-Locator Information on WGLD
- Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WGLD
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