WEBJ

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WEBJ
CityBrewton, Alabama
BrandingWEBJ 1240AM
SloganAll talk, All the time.
Frequency1240 kHz
First air dateAugust 1, 1947
FormatNews/Talk
Power1,000 watts
ClassC
Facility ID19823
Transmitter coordinates31°6′35.00″N 87°3′36.00″W / 31.1097222°N 87.0600000°W / 31.1097222; -87.0600000
AffiliationsSalem Radio network
OwnerBrewton Broadcasting, Inc.
Website[1]

WEBJ (1240 AM) is the oldest radio station in Brewton, Alabama, United States, going on air in 1947. The station serves the Brewton area with a news/talk format. The station broadcasts at 1000 watts and the transmitter is located near downtown Brewton.

Programming[edit]

The format of the radio station was changed from oldies music to a news/talk format in 2003. The station's slogan is now "All talk, All the time."

August 1, 2012, marked WEBJ's 65th anniversary of signing on air.

History[edit]

WEBJ began broadcasting Aug. 1, 1947, on 1240 kHz with 250 W power. The station was owned by William E. Brooks, with studios in the Lovelace Hotel in Brewton.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WEBJ (250 w, 1240 kc) Takes Air in Alabama" (PDF). Broadcasting. August 4, 1947. Retrieved 5 October 2014.

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