WMVB

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For the radio station serving Atlantic City, New Jersey, formerly known as WMVB-FM, see WENJ.
WMVB
WMVB logo.jpg
City Millville, New Jersey
Slogan "Friendly Family Service"
Frequency 1440 kHz
First air date 1953
Format Variety
Power 1000 watts (day)
500 watts (pre-sunrise)
65 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 56183
Transmitter coordinates 39°25′19.00″N 75°1′14.00″W / 39.4219444°N 75.0205556°W / 39.4219444; -75.0205556
Former callsigns WREY, WMLV
Affiliations NBC News Radio
Owner Quinn Broadcasting Inc.
Sister stations WSNJ, QBC TV-2

WMVB (1440 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Variety format. Licensed to Millville, New Jersey, USA. The station is currently owned by Quinn Broadcasting Inc. features programing from NBC News Radio.[1]

WMVB simulcasts on WSNJ (1240 AM).

The station is a mostly local operation; the only syndicated program heard on the station is Jim Bohannon's America in the Morning news magazine. Local news and information is featured prominently on the station, including local talk, farm reports, religious programming, locally originated brokered programming, and a selection of niche music programs on weekends. WMVB was formerly owned and operated by Richard Arsenault and Anita Arsenault between 1994 and 2000. From 1980 to 1999, WMVB utilized the call letters WREY "Radio REY" and broadcast primarily Spanish language programming. WMVB originally signed on in 1953 as WMLV and shortly thereafter adopted the current W-M-V-B call letters which are believed to represent Millville, Vineland and Bridgeton, the three largest cities in Cumberland County, New Jersey.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WMVB Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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