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|City of license||Baltimore, Maryland|
|Broadcast area||Baltimore, Maryland|
|Branding||Newstalk 1010 WOLB AM|
|Slogan||Where Information Is Power|
|ERP||250 watts daytime
30 watts nighttime
|Callsign meaning||WOL, sister station in Washington, D.C.
WOL at one time had simulcast on what's now WOLB
|Sister stations||WERQ, WWIN, WWIN-FM|
The station was founded by Sidney Tinsley as WSID in 1947, originally operating on 1570 kHz. At first WSID specialized in programming for Baltimore's suburban areas, but the station was sold in 1949 and began targeting African-American listeners. By the mid-1950s the station had moved to its current frequency of 1010 kHz.
- WOLB AM website
- Query the FCC's AM station database for WOLB
- Radio-Locator Information on WOLB
- Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WOLB
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