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For the American bowler, see Sylvia Wene
WENE FoxSports1430 logo.png
City Endicott, New York
Broadcast area Binghamton, New York
Branding Fox Sports 1430
Slogan Binghamton's Sports Station
Frequency 1430 kHz
First air date 1947
Format Sports
Power 5,000 watts
Class B
Facility ID 19625
Transmitter coordinates 42°4′56.00″N 76°1′53.00″W / 42.0822222°N 76.0313889°W / 42.0822222; -76.0313889
Former callsigns WENE (1947–1991)
WMRV (1991–1994)
Affiliations Premiere Radio Networks, Westwood One, Fox Sports Radio
Owner iHeartMedia, Inc.
(CC Licenses, LLC)
Sister stations WBBI, WBNW-FM, WINR, WKGB-FM, WMXW
Webcast Listen Live
Website FOXSports1430.com

WENE (1430 AM; "Fox Sports 1430") is a radio station broadcasting a sports format.[1] Licensed to Endicott, New York, United States, the station serves the Binghamton market. During its top 40/rock heyday, from the early 1960s through 1975, WENE was home to many nationally famous talent such as Johnny Donovan, Greaseman, Bob Savage, Dave "Roe" Mason, Ray Ross, Michael J. Raymond, Charlie Burger and Fred "Bumper Morgan" Merrin. The station was owned by Merv Griffin [January Enterprises] and now by iHeartMedia and features programming from Premiere Radio Networks, Westwood One and Fox Sports Radio.[2]


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