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City Reading, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Reading, Pennsylvania
Slogan The Voice of Berks County
Frequency 830 (kHz)
Format News/Talk
Power 20,000 watts daytime
6,000 watts nighttime
Transmitter coordinates 40°30′54″N 76°07′24″W / 40.51500°N 76.12333°W / 40.51500; -76.12333Coordinates: 40°30′54″N 76°07′24″W / 40.51500°N 76.12333°W / 40.51500; -76.12333
Owner WEEU Broadcasting Company
Website http://www.weeu.com/

WEEU is a news/talk station in Reading, Pennsylvania. The station broadcasts at 830 kHz on the AM band with 20,000 watts of power daytime and 6,000 watts of power during nighttime. The station uses five broadcast towers to create different directional signal patterns for daytime and nighttime. During the daytime, WEEU's signal is aimed toward the northwest and the southeast from its transmitter site located northwest of Reading. During the evenings, WEEU's signal is directed toward the southeast to cover Reading.

The station is also a part of the Philadelphia Phillies Radio Network, broadcasting Phillies games live.


WEEU began broadcasting January 4, 1932, on 830 kHz with 1 KW power (daytime only).[1]


  1. ^ "(untitled brief)" (PDF). Broadcasting. February 1, 1932. Retrieved 7 October 2014. 

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