Fairbanks WKLB/WCLB & WCRB

Rob Landry 011010001@interpring.com
Fri Jan 20 17:03:13 EST 2017

WHET was still Charles River Broadcasting. Not until they sold it did 1330 
become WDLW. DLW were the initials of the buyer's girlfriend.


On Thu, 19 Jan 2017, Eli Polonsky wrote:

> ​Actually, the first incarnation of 1330 after WCRB (AM) in 1975
> was WHET, Big Band and Standards/Nostalgia music. A couple
> of years later that became a more contemporary Easy Listening
> format, then it became Country station WDLW in the late '70s.
> Around 1990 it became WRCA with a "Show Biz" format including
> comedy, soundtracks, original cast recordings, etc... in C-Quam
> AM stereo! That lasted only a couple of years, then WRCA became
> brokered programming.
> EP
> On Wed, 18 Jan 2017, Doug Drown wrote:
>> Originally an AM station at 1330, the FM at 102.5 was added in 1954. The
>> AM station was sold in the mid 1970's and became WDLW (now WRCA).

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