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First air date February 26, 1942 (originally experimental W2XB 1928-1942)
Call letters' meaning Walter R. G. Baker

(GE engineer and head of the NTSC)

Sister station(s) WCWN
Former callsigns W2XB (1928-1942)
Former channel number(s) Analog:

4 (VHF, 1928-1954) 6 (VHF, 1954-2009) Digital: 39 (UHF, 2003-2009)

Former affiliations NBC (1942-1981)

ABC (secondary, 1949-1954) DuMont (secondary, 1946-1954)

Transmitter power 30.2 kW
Height 383 m
Facility ID 73942
Transmitter coordinates 42°37′31″N 74°0′38″W / 42.62528°N 74.01056°W / 42.62528; -74.01056

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