WNBH is one of the oldest broadcast radio stations in America (claiming it's the 11th oldest although that can be disputed), dating back to 1921. At one time WNBH had its studios at the New Bedford Hotel where it derived its callsign. In 1948 WNBH added FM service with WNBH-FM on 98.1 megahertz (known at the time as megacycles)/Channel 251 (now WCTK). The two stations are still co-owned to the present. WNBH is under ownership of Hall Communications and is currently an affiliate of ESPN Radio. The station is also an affiliate of the Pawsox Radio Network.
WNBH broadcasts local high school football and boys basketball games for New Bedford High School, Greater New Bedford Voc-Tech, Fairhaven High School, Dartmouth High School, and Bishop Stang High School. Operations manager Ed Perreira and Mark Enwright announce these games. WNBH also broadcasts girls basketball state tournament games for these schools. In the 2011-2012 basketball season, the station began streaming its games live online at wnbhsports.com and archiving them for on-demand playback.
Notable alumni 
-  WNBH's switch in format from classic R&B to Middle of the Road
-  Information on Irving Vermilya, founder of WBBG/WNBH.
-  The Crow Island Radio Tower (WNBH)
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