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First station

  • Date: March 18, 1922-September 15, 1948
  • Frequency:
    • 833 khz (March 18, 1922-1927) [concurrently with 619, see history page] (conflicting information on date; see below)
    • 619 kHz (...April 2, 1923...) {{Concurrent|833}
    • 830 khz (...March 1925-June 30, 1926...) (conflicting information on date; see above)
    • 760 khz (...June 30, 1927-October 1928)
    • 1010 kHz (...March 29, 1941) ( NOTE: Change from 1010 to 1050 shown in one source as occurring on December 1, 1941; as most changes occurred on March 29, the December 1 date seems unlikely.)
    • 1050 kHz (March 29, 1941...) ( See Note above.)
  • Location:
  • Owner of license:
    • Ridgewood Times Printing & Publishing Co. (March 18, 1922-June 30, 1922...)
    • George Schubel (...June 30, 1923-October 1928) (Note: This may not represent a change in ownership, as Schubel was president of the Ridgewood Times)
    • Marcus Loew Booking Agency (Loew's Theatre Organization) (leased from Schubel July 28, 1923; owned from October 1928-September 15, 1948)
  • Subsequent call letters: WMGM

Second station

(actually same station as first, after two changes of call letters)

  • Date: February 28, 1962-July 1, 1987
  • Previous call letters: WMGM
  • Frequency:
    • 1050 khz (February 28, 1962-July 1, 1987)
  • Location:
  • Owner of license:
    • Storer Broadcasting (February 28, 1962-February 29, 1980)
    • Mutual Broadcasting System (February 29, 1980-January 1985)
    • Doubleday Broadcasting (January 1985-August 1986)
    • Emmis Broadcasting (August 1986-July 1, 1987)
  • Subsequent call letters: WFAN

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