WNDZ 750 AM/Portage, Indiana/Chicago
AM 750 offers the biggest and best signal amongst all time-brokered radio stations in the market. The signal can reach parts of four states, including all of Chicago and surrounding suburbs, southern Wisconsin, Northwest Indiana, and parts of Michigan. WNDZ 750 AM has a great dial location and a 15,000 watt transmitter. Presently, the station airs a variety of programs in many languages, including English, Spanish, Ukrainian, Yugoslavian, Croatian, Serbian, Albanian, Italian, and Bosnian. WNDZ airs programming seven days a week, from sunrise to sunset.
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WAIT 850 AM Crystal Lake/Chicago
WAIT, commonly known as The Promise and La Promesa, has become a local leader in Christian programming in both Spanish and English. More than 25 unique clients broadcast Christian radio programs on WAIT, a 2,500 watt signal with towers located in Crystal Lake, and broadcasting studios on the Northwest side of Chicago, which are shared by WNDZ, WSBC, and WCFJ. 850 AM covers Chicago and surrounding suburbs, stretches into Wisconsin and parts of Northwest Indiana, and the signal is especially strong in the western suburbs of Chicago. The Promise/La Promesa airs Christian preaching, teaching, and music seven days a week from sunrise to sunset. For more information on WAIT 850 AM, please visit our website(s), thepromise850.com, and lapromesa850.com.
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WSBC 1240 AM Chicago
WSBC is the most prestigious time-brokered radio station in the market, boasting a 1000 watt signal that is centrally located on the Northwest side of Chicago. WSBC has been on the air since 1925, and broadcasts a variety of programs seven days a week, 24-hours a day. The omnidirectional signal covers Chicago and surrounding suburbs, and over the years, has aired programs in more than 30 different languages.
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WCFJ 1470 AM Chicago
Formerly known as WMPP, WCFJ’s 1000 watt signal blankets the rapidly growing south suburbs and NW Indiana. Over the years, this station has aired a wide array of programs, including Gospel, blues, jazz, news, talk, sports, Spanish, and other ethnic programs.
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General Manager Mark Pinski
Mr. Pinski has been in broadcasting for almost 30 years. He spent a majority of his career as a sportscaster, and Mark is well known for his work doing TV and radio play-by-play for Loyola University basketball. Mr. Pinski also was an anchor/reporter for SportsChannel, now Comcast Sports Net, and ESPN Radio 1000 in Chicago. Mark began working for Newsweb Radio Company in January of 2000. Mr. Pinski is single and lives in the suburbs.
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