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For the airport in Forty Fort, Pennsylvania assigned the ICAO code KWBW, see Wilkes-Barre Wyoming Valley Airport.

Coordinates: 38°4′22.00″N 97°57′53.00″W / 38.0727778°N 97.9647222°W / 38.0727778; -97.9647222

City Hutchinson, Kansas
Broadcast area Hutchinson
Frequency 1450 kHz, 98.5 MHz
First air date 1935, 2013 (FM Simulcast)
Format Talk radio
Power 1,000 watts unlimited
Class C
Facility ID 18069
Transmitter coordinates 38°4′22″N 97°57′53″W / 38.07278°N 97.96472°W / 38.07278; -97.96472
Owner Eagle Communications
Sister stations KHMY, KHUT

KWBW (1450 AM/98.5 FM) is a radio station licensed to Hutchinson, Kansas, United States, the station serves the Reno County area. KWBW was established in 1935 and was the first radio station to serve the Hutchinson area. In 2013 KWBW launched an FM simulcast. The station is currently owned by Eagle Communications [1][2]


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