|Broadcast area||Green Bay-Appleton-Oshkosh|
|Slogan||Voice of the Fox Cites, Real. Local. Radio.|
|Translator(s)||103.5 W278AU (Appleton)|
|Power||20,000 watts (day)
25,000 watts (night)
83 watts (day and night on auxiliary backup)
|Callsign meaning||Where Happy Boys Yodel|
|Former frequencies||1230 kHz (1925-1991)|
|Affiliations||CBS Radio, Westwood One|
|Owner||Woodward Communications, Inc.|
|Sister stations||WAPL, WKSZ, WKZG, WKZY, WSCO, WZOR|
WHBY (1150 AM, "Newstalk 1150") is a News/Talk formatted radio station licensed to Kimberly, Wisconsin, that serves the Green Bay and Appleton-Oshkosh areas. The station is owned by Woodward Communications and features programming from CBS Radio, Premiere Radio, Compass Media Network and Westwood One. WHBY's studios and transmitters are located on College Avenue in Appleton.
WHBY features local news and talk programming weekdays, as well as syndicated programming like Coast to Coast AM, Clark Howard, Joe Pags, Lars Larson, and Leo LaPorte. Game broadcasts include Green Bay Packers football, Westwood One NFL and NCAA broadcasts, Milwaukee Brewers baseball as well as University of Wisconsin–Madison basketball and football and local high school sports.
- Dave Edwards (AM Fox Valley - WHBY Morning Show)
- B.J. DeGroot (AM Fox Valley - WHBY Morning Show)
- Phil Cianciola (Host of "The PhilCast")
- Josh Dukelow (Host of "Fresh Take")
- Kathy Keene (WHBY's Good Neighbor Show)
- Mike Kemmeter (WHBY News Director)
- Rick Schuh (WHBY News)
- Carol Patrizi (AM Fox Valley/WHBY News)
- Zach Morris (Producer)
- Justin Van Hout (Producer)
- Joey Dee (Producer/Host)
- Justin Hull (Brand Manager/Host)
- Rob Zimmer (Host of "Outdoors")
- Dean Juliar (Host of "Under the Hood/The WHBY Car Show"
- Coast To Coast AM
- This Morning, America's First News, with Gordon Deal
- Clark Howard
- Joe Pags
- Lars Larson
- Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis
- The Handyman Show with Glenn Haege
- Dr. Ronald Hoffman's Health Talk
- Leo Laporte
- CBS Weekend Roundup
- Hollywood 360
- The Car Doctor with Ron Ananian
- Meet The Press
- The Travel Show with Arthur Frommer
- Fat Guy at the Movies
- The Twilight Zone Radio Dramas
In November of 2016, WHBY added translator W278AU Appleton which broadcasts on 103.5 FM.
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