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|City||Morgantown, West Virginia|
|Broadcast area||North Central West Virginia|
|Branding||"Full Service 1440 WAJR"|
|Slogan||"The Voice of Morgantown"|
|Frequency||1440 AM kHz|
|First air date||December 7, 1940|
|Power||5,000 Watts daytime
500 Watts nighttime
|Callsign meaning||W Agnes J. Reeves Greer
|Former callsigns||WAJR (1940-Present)|
|Affiliations||Pittsburgh Pirates Radio Network
West Virginia MetroNews
|Owner||West Virginia Radio Corporation|
|Sister stations||WAJR-FM, WBRB, WBTQ, WBUC, WDNE, WDNE-FM, WELK, WFBY, WFGM-FM, WKKW, WVAQ, WWLW|
WAJR is a News/Talk/Sports formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Morgantown, West Virginia, serving North Central West Virginia. WAJR is owned and operated by West Virginia Radio Corporation.
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