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City of license Frederick, Maryland
Branding The Gamut
Frequency 820 kHz
Translator(s) 104.5 MHz W283CD
First air date December 15, 1960 (as WMHI)
Format Freeform
Power 4,300 watts Day
430 watts Night
Class B
Facility ID 74104
Transmitter coordinates 39°24′42.0″N 77°28′20.0″W / 39.411667°N 77.472222°W / 39.411667; -77.472222 (WWFD)
Former callsigns WWWB (9/2007-2008)
WTWT (5/2007-9/2007)
WTOP (2006-5/2007)
WXTR (1996-2006)
WQSI (1988-1996)
WZYQ (1975-1988)
WMHI (1960-1975)
Former frequencies 1370 kHz (1960-1987)
Owner Hubbard Broadcasting
(Washington DC FCC License Sub, LLC)
Sister stations WTLP
Website https://www.facebook.com/thegamut

WWFD (820 AM) is a radio station in the Washington, D.C. region, licensed to Frederick, Maryland. The station simulcasts a freeform music format known as "The Gamut", which originates on the HD3 subchannels of WTOP and its full-power rebroadcasters (WTLP and WWWT). Syndicated programming on The Gamut includes American Standards By The Sea, Anything Anything with Rich Russo and Little Steven's Underground Garage. In addition to the HD subchannels, the station is also relayed on W283CD (104.5 FM) in Sterling, Virginia.


WWFD simulcast the main signal of WTOP from 2001 to 2007, Washington Post Radio and its successor Talk Radio 3WT in 2007 and 2008, and Federal News Radio from 2008 to 2013. Prior to 2001, the station ran a country format. WWFD still carries Washington Capitals and Washington Nationals games along with WFED.[1]

WWFD was the first analog home of The Gamut, beginning its simulcast on March 20, 2013.

In 2015, The Gamut moved from 104.3 FM in Leesburg, VA to 104.5 FM in Sterling, VA.


  1. ^ Crowe, Katie. "Mixing it up". The Frederick News-Post. Retrieved 30 May 2014. 

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