WFBG

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WFBG
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CityAltoona, Pennsylvania
Broadcast areaAltoona
Slogan"Big 1290"
Frequency1290 kHz
First air dateOctober 30, 1924
Formatnews/talk
Power5,000 watts (day); 1,000 watts (night)
ClassD
Facility ID38269
Transmitter coordinates40°27′20.00″N 78°23′50.00″W / 40.4555556°N 78.3972222°W / 40.4555556; -78.3972222
Callsign meaningWilliam F.B. Gable (founder)
AffiliationsCBS
OwnerForever Broadcasting, LLC
(FM Radio Licenses, LLC)
Sister stationsWALY, WFGY, WRKY, WTNA, WWOT
Websitewww.foreveraltoona.com/wfbg/

WFBG (1290 AM) is a news/talk radio station broadcasting in Altoona, Pennsylvania. WFBG originally broadcast on the frequency of 1310 kilohertz and was known as "The Voice of the Alleghenies".[1]

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