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Call Letters: WGAB
City of License: Newburgh
Power: 670 watts - Day, Non-directional; 1 watt - Night (Class D)
Address: PO Box 2463, Evansville, IN 47728-0463
Address: 2345 E. Riverside Dr., Evansville, IN 47714-4328
Ownership: Faith Broadcasting, LLC
Web Presence: http://www.faithmusicradio.com
Notes: Also heard on translator W226CB
President: Dr. Gayle Russ
VP/GM: Daniel Wolfe
Chief Engineer: Jonathan Williams
Mornings: Jonathan Williams
Middays: Janice Wolfe (11am - 1pm)
GM: Donald G. David
Owner: Don Davis
Chief Engineer: Frank Hertel
GSM/SM: Jeff Davis
GSM: Jason Rosenthal
SM: Mike Fisher
PD: Linda Davis
PD: Nick Davis
Mornings: The Greaseman (Signon - 9am)
Mid-Mornings: Mike Gallagher (9am - 11am)
Middays: Bill O'Reilly (11am - 1pm)
Middays: Jason Jarvis (1pm - 2pm)
Mid-Afternoons: Sean Hannity (2pm - 5pm)
Afternoons: Barry Farber (5pm - 6pm)
Nights: Michael Savage (6pm - Signoff)
1180am signed on March 5, 1984.
Owned by Newburgh Broadcasting Corp. Studios located on Highway 261 and Outler Lincoln Avenue. MOR format.
WGAB(AM) flipped formats from sports (One-on-One Network) to standards (JSN's "Music of Your Life") in March 1999. Formerly owned by Newburgh Broadcasting Corp. Studios
formerly located at South Boeke Road, Evansville, IN 47714-4933. WGAB once had a former FM sister station: WSYZ on 106.1fm.
For Further Reading...
Coudret, Rebecca. "Sports Station Changing Its Format". Evansville Courier & Press. February 27, 1999.
DeWitte, Dave. "Newburgh Radio Station Drops Sports Chat". Owensboro (KY) Messenger-Inquirer. March 4, 1999.
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