WGIL

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WGIL
WGIL 93.7FM-1400AM logo.png
City Galesburg, Illinois
Broadcast area Galesburg, Illinois
Branding WGIL 93.7FM & 1400AM
Slogan Galesburg's News Talk Sports
Frequency 1400 AM (KHz)
Translator(s) 93.7 MHz (W229BO)
First air date 1938
Format News Talk
Power 740 watts
Class C
Callsign meaning W Galesburg ILlinois
Owner Galesburg Broadcasting Company
Sister stations WAAG, WLSR, WKAY
Website www.wgil.com

WGIL 1400 AM is a radio station broadcasting a news talk format. Licensed to Galesburg, Illinois, the station is owned by Galesburg Broadcasting Company.

WGIL carries a variety of local programming, as well as nationally syndicated shows such as Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Clark Howard, Jim Bohannon, and Dennis Miller.[1]

WGIL began broadcasting on June 12, 1938, with its inaugural ceremony at the Galesburg Armory.[2]

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Coordinates: 40°56′47″N 90°22′08″W / 40.94639°N 90.36889°W / 40.94639; -90.36889