WNOB

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WNOB
WPYA-FM 2009.PNG
City of license Chesapeake, Virginia
Broadcast area Hampton Roads
Northeastern North Carolina
Branding 93-7 Bob FM
Slogan We Play Anything
Frequency 93.7 MHz
First air date 1973
Format Adult Hits
Power 100,000 watts
HAAT 295 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 73184
Transmitter coordinates 36°32′55.0″N 76°11′16.0″W / 36.548611°N 76.187778°W / 36.548611; -76.187778
Callsign meaning W Norfolk Operations Base
former name for Naval Station Norfolk
Former callsigns WMYK (1974-1991)
WKOC (1991-2003)
WKCK (2003-2004)
WPYA (2004-2009)[1]
Owner Sinclair Telecable, Inc.
(Commonwealth Radio, LLC.)
Sister stations WNIS, WROX-FM, WTAR, WUSH
Webcast WNOB Webstream
Website WNOB Online

WNOB is an Adult Hits formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Chesapeake, Virginia, serving Hampton Roads and Northeastern North Carolina. WNOB is owned and operated by Sinclair Telecable, Inc.[2]

Its community of license is Chesapeake, Virginia and studios are in Norfolk, Virginia. Its transmitter is located on Route 168 in Moyock, North Carolina, just south of the Virginia/North Carolina state line.

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