1450 Atlantic City

FCC Applications 8/2

A pair of translators are seeking to enhance their signal around Los Angeles. After having their move to near Pasadena rejected by the FCC, EMF Broadcasting has amended their application for 100.7 K264AF Guasti. The current app seeks to operate with 250 watts from a tower near West Covina, CA. Life On The Way Communications’ 91.1 K216FM has completed its move to Valley Village with 10 watts but now has applied to move south to the tower of 93.5 KDAY near Culver City where it would operate with 5 watts. The station would change its originating station from 90.3 KMRO Camarillo, CA to 88.9 WGEN-FM Monee, IL. Both stations simulcast the programming of the Christian “Worship On The Way” Network. With a pending application to relocate from the South Mountain tower farm to North...[Read More]

1450 Atlantic City To Flip To Talk

Townsquare Media Sports 1450 WENJ Atlantic City will drop its simulcast of sister “97.3 ESPN” WENJ-FM and flip to Talk on Monday, October 15. The new format is to be branded as “Talk Radio 1450 WPG” with actual calls of WPGG. The WPG calls were used on an Atlantic City owned station in the 1920’s and 30’s before being merged into its time-share partner WBIL Kearney, NJ. WBIL would eventually merge into WOV, which today operates as 1280 WADO New York. Harry Hurley, who returned to host mornings on 1450 this summer will host mornings on the reconstitued “WPG“. The Press of Atlantic City reports the remainder of the lineup will feature Glenn Beck from 10am to 1pm, a local host to be named later from 1pm to 3pm, Sean Hannity from 3pm to 6pm, Mark...[Read More]

An AM to FM move in South Jersey

Millennium Radio Group’s 97.3 WXKW Millville/Atlantic City, NJ has begun on-air announcements that it will soon drop its simulcast of sister “New Jersey 101.5” WKXW Trenton. In its place it appears as though “ESPN 1450” WENJ Atlantic City will move to the 97.3 frequency. 973ESPN.com was registered earlier this month and already redirects to WENJ’s website. WXKW covers much of Southern New Jersey and will have some overlap with Greater Media’s “950 ESPN” WPEN Philadelphia.