WCBC-FM

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WCBC-FM
City Keyser, West Virginia
Broadcast area Keyser, West Virginia
Cumberland, Maryland
Frostburg, Maryland
Branding Classic Hits 107.1
Slogan Good Time Rock 'n' Roll
Frequency 107.1 MHz
First air date 1990 (as WKZG)
Format Classic hits
ERP 480 watts
HAAT 253.1 meters
Class A
Facility ID 53671
Transmitter coordinates 39°31′30.0″N 78°51′43.0″W / 39.525000°N 78.861944°W / 39.525000; -78.861944
Callsign meaning W Cumberland Broadcasting Corporation
Former callsigns WKZG (1986-1994)
Affiliations ABC Radio News
Jones's "Good Time Oldies"
MRN Radio
PRN Radio
Baltimore Ravens Radio
Owner Cumberland Broadcasting Corporation
(Prosperitas Broadcasting System, LP)
Sister stations WCBC

WCBC-FM (107.1 FM) is a classic hits formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Keyser, West Virginia, serving the Cumberland/Frostburg "metro" area. WCBC-FM is owned and operated by Cumberland Broadcasting Corporation.

History[edit]

WCBC-FM began in 1990 as WKZG, always owned by Cumberland Broadcasting Corporation. The call letters were changed in 1994 to WCBC-FM, to match sister station WCBC 1270 AM.

Sports coverage[edit]

WCBC-FM is also the home of NASCAR Nationwide Series, Camping World Truck Series, and Sprint Cup racing. WCBC carries all races from MRN Radio and PRN Radio, plus most (if not all) MRN and PRN programming.

Translator information[edit]

WCBC-FM had a translator in Cumberland on 99.5 FM. The 99.5 signal was supplanted by the new, full-power station WVMD in April 2008.

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