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I know what WGBY stands for: Great Blue Yonder. I've seen it on GBH's website over 6 and a half years ago, but I don't know it is still there. I don't know where the "Yonder" is, but that's the origination of the calls. Steven312 23:37, 5 January 2006 (UTC)

I worked at "gby late 70"s early 80's was told the origin of the call letters by Jack Caldwell "gby's first GM.

GBH Great blue Hill GBX Great Blue eXperimental GBY Great Blue Yonder

A planned but never build station on channel 35 in Adams was to be

GBW Great Blue West


Interesting about 'GBX, never knew about that one. Steven312 02:31, 7 January 2006 (UTC)

WFCR note.[edit]

While WFCR is licensed to Amherst, it recieves funding from Five Colleges (Hence WFCR: Five College Radio). It's studios are located at the Hampshire House in UMass, and UMass acts as the licenseholder, however WFCR is operated independently of UMass by the Five Colleges.

What's In A Name?[edit]

I just witnessed a station ID during The This Old House Hour. "This is WGBY and WGBY-DT..." I am watching WGBY via Comcast cable tv and I wonder whether this station ID is just an old tape they keep running (absent-mindedly?) or if there are still two signals being beamed out. The article mentions analog transmission was permanently terminated on 11/05/2008. Seven1672 (talk) 04:07, 14 January 2009 (UTC)

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