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The Essentials

Call Letters: WXFN
Frequency: 1340am
City of License: Muncie
Metro(s): Anderson/Muncie
Power: 1000 watts - Day & Night (ND) (Class C)
Format: Sports
Address: 800 E. 29th Street, Muncie, IN 47302-5798
Phone: 765.288.4403
Ownership: Woof Boom Broadcasting
Web Presence: http://www.wxfn.com
Notes: Also heard on translator W275AJ

Station Personnel

Current

GM: Amy Dillon
Chief Engineer: Sean Mattingly
GSM: Sue Tschuor (August 12, 2013 - Current)
OM/PD: Steve Lindell
Mornings: Andy Furman and Artrell Hawkins ("FOX Sports Daybreak") (6am - 9am)
Middays: Dan Patrick (9am - 12pm)
Early Afternoons: Jim Rome (12pm - 3pm)
Afternoons: Loose Cannons (3pm - 7pm)
Nights: Petros Papadakis ("Petros") and Matt Smith ("Money") (7pm - 10pm)
Weekends: FOX Sports Weekend

Former

WLBC(AM)

GM: Donald Burton
Chief Engineer: M.M. Crain
PD: Lee W. Allerton (Deceased 3 February 2006)

WXFN(AM)

VP/Market Manager: Brett Beshore (December 2005 - May 2007)
VP/GM: Bruce Law (August 2007 - March 2011) (Now VP/GM of the Saga Communications' radio stations in Asheville, North Carolina)
GM: Jeff Weller
GM: Greg Delmonaco (Deceased 11 August 2003)
GM: Bill Hatheway
SM: Camellia Pflum (April 2000 - August 2003) (Now GM at the Marc Radio stations in Gainesville, Florida)
SM: Elaine Merritt
News Director: Dave Stout (August 2007 - March 5, 2009) (Deceased 5 March 2009)
Production Director: Ron Stevens (? - May 1999) (Now out of radio)
Mornings: Dominic Zaccagnini ("Zakk") (6am - 9am) (Now PD at KSAN-FM in San Diego, California)
Mornings: Jack Trudeau (6am - 9am)
Afternoons: Lorenzo Pettiford ("My Sports Show") (Monday 5pm - 7pm)

Station History

What's now 1340am signed on at 1310am in November 1926.

WLBC(AM)

WLBC(AM) shared time on 1340am with WJAK(AM). Owned by Donald A. Burton with studios in the Anthony Building.

WLBC-FM

In Janaury 1999, DRMS Communications sold WLBC-FM (and sister WXFN) for $4 million to Sabre Communications. Sabre Communications later sold to Backyard Broadcasting. WXFN drops its ESPN affiliation at 12:01am on June 6, 2011 and switches syndicators to FOX Sports Radio. Backyard Broadcasting sold all of its Muncie radio stations in April 2013 for $4.45 million to Woof Boom Broadcasting.


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