Birach Broadcasting Corporation

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Birach Broadcasting Corporation is a company based in Southfield, Michigan, USA, that owns several AM radio stations and one low-power television (LPTV) station in the US. Many stations in the Birach portfolio run ethnic broadcasting. The company is wholly owned by its president and CEO Sima Birach.

Stations owned[edit]

Radio stations[edit]

Station Frequency/ies Community of License Format Notes
KJMU 1340 kHz Sand Springs, Oklahoma Spanish
KTUV 1440 kHz Little Rock, Arkansas Spanish
WBRD 1420 kHz Palmetto, Florida Regional Mexican
WBVA 1450 kHz Bayside, Virginia Beach, Virginia Defunct License deleted by FCC
WCAR 1090 kHz Livonia, Michigan Sports
WCXI 1160 kHz Fenton, Michigan Ethnic Construction permit to move to Wixom, Michigan
WCXN 1170 kHz Claremont, North Carolina Regional Mexican
WDMV 700 kHz Walkersville, Maryland Spanish
WEW 770 kHz St. Louis, Missouri Brokered programming
WGOP 540 kHz Pocomoke City, Maryland Adult Standards Construction permit to move to Damascus, Maryland dismissed by FCC
WIJR 880 kHz Highland, Illinois Regional Mexican
WMFN 640 kHz Peotone, Illinois Regional Mexican
WNWI 1080 kHz Oak Lawn, Illinois Ethnic
WNZK 690 kHz daytime
680 kHz nighttime
Dearborn Heights, Michigan Ethnic, talk Only North American radio station to broadcast on 2 different frequencies
WPON 1460 kHz Walled Lake, Michigan Oldies
WTOR 770 kHz Youngstown, New York Ethnic Operated by Radio Saaz-o-Awaz in Toronto, Ontario, Canada under a local marketing agreement. Birach holds the WTOR license as a legal fiction for regulatory reasons.
WVAB 1550 kHz Virginia Beach, Virginia Defunct License deleted by FCC
WWCS 540 kHz Canonsburg, Pennsylvania Sports

Television station[edit]

Station Channel Community of license Network Notes
KIJR-LP 47 Lucerne Valley, California Application in place to transition to digital broadcasting

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