Community Broadcasters

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Community Broadcasters, LLC is a Watertown, New York based radio holding group that owns radio stations in its own market and surrounding areas. It was founded by media executives Bruce Mittman and Jim Leven, and started out in 2006 by buying stations owned by Clancy-Mance Communications, Inc.[1]

Station list[edit]

All in the state of New York:

Frequency Callsign City of License Market Format
1240 kHz WATN Watertown, New York Watertown News/Talk
106.7 MHz WBDR Copenhagen, New York Watertown Top 40
100.7 MHz WEFX Henderson, New York Watertown Country
95.3 MHz WLFK Gouverneur, New York Gouverneur Country
94.1 MHz WOTT Calcium, New York Watertown Modern Rock
92.7 MHz WQTK Ogdensburg, New York Ogdensburg News/Talk
1400 kHz WSLB Ogdensburg, New York Ogdensburg Sports/Talk
103.1 MHz WTOJ Carthage, New York Watertown Adult Contemporary
106.1 MHz WNKI Corning, New York Elmira-Corning Top 40
104.9 MHz WNGZ Montour Falls, New York Elmira-Corning Modern Rock
100.9 MHz WPGI Horseheads, New York Elmira-Corning Country
820 kHz WWLZ Horseheads, New York Elmira-Corning News/Talk
1490 kHz WRCE Watkins Glen, New York Elmira Corning Classic Country
1450 kHz WHDL Olean, New York Olean Top 40
95.7 MHz WPIG Olean, New York Olean Country

In South Carolina:

Frequency Callsign City of License
1310 kHz WDKD Kingstree, South Carolina
1240 kHz WDXY Sumter, South Carolina
95.3 MHz WFRK Quinby, South Carolina
105.3 MHz WGFG Branchville, South Carolina
1260 kHz WHYM Lake City, South Carolina
95.5 MHz WIBZ Wedgefield, South Carolina
1230 kHz WOLH Florence, South Carolina
102.9 MHz WQKI-FM Orangeburg, South Carolina
93.7 MHz WSIM Lamar, South Carolina
94.7 MHz WWBD Sumter, South Carolina
1290 kHz WWHM Sumter, South Carolina
99.3 MHz WWKT-FM Kingstree, South Carolina
98.3 MHz WLJI Summerton, South Carolina
105.1 MHz WPDT Coward, South Carolina
94.5 MHz WSPX Bowman, South Carolina
1490 kHz WTQS Cameron, South Carolina


  1. ^ New Radio Group Buys Seven NY Stations - All Business. Retrieved February 24, 2010.