WTAR

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WTAR
City of license Norfolk, Virginia
Broadcast area Hampton Roads
Frequency 850 kHz
First air date 1952
Format Talk/Sports
Power 50,000 Watts daytime
25,000 Watts nighttime
Class B
Facility ID 60472
Transmitter coordinates 37°03′36.0″N 76°41′26.0″W / 37.060000°N 76.690556°W / 37.060000; -76.690556
Former callsigns WRAP (19??-October 19, 1987)
DWRAP (October 19, 1987-July 15, 1997)[1]
Affiliations Fox Sports Radio
Owner Sinclair Telecable, Inc.
Sister stations WNIS, WNOB, WROX-FM, WUSH
Webcast WTAR Webstream
Website WTAR Online

WTAR is a talk/sports formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Norfolk, Virginia, serving Hampton Roads. WTAR is owned and operated by Sinclair Telecable, Inc.[2]

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