|Broadcast area||Huntsville, Alabama|
|Branding||1400 The Team|
|Slogan||"The Valley's Sports Leader"|
|First air date||1935 (as WMSL)|
|Callsign meaning||W W TeaM|
|Former callsigns||WMSL (1935-1987)
|Owner||R & B Communications, Inc.|
WWTM (1400 AM, "1400 The Team") is a sports/talk formatted radio station licensed to Decatur, Alabama, that serves Decatur, Huntsville, and the northwest Alabama region. The station is owned by R & B Communications, Inc.
The station derives almost all of its programming from ESPN Radio. Weekend programming from other providers includes "Tee It Up" from Fourteenth Colony Productions. Weekend programming during the football season also includes "NFL Preview", "NFL Insider" and "NCAA Football Insider" from Westwood One, plus "Pro Football Weekly" from Syndication Networks.
The station started in 1935 as WMSL and was owned by Mutual Savings Life. Mutual Savings also owned WMSL-FM 92.5 and WMSL-TV 23 (now WAFF-TV 48). Later owners included Frank Whisenant and Clete Quick. In March 1987 the call letters were changed to WAVD, which they remained until becoming WWTM, the current call sign, in June 2001.
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