WNDZ 750 AM/Portage, Indiana/Chicago
WNDZ is a 15,000 watt, directional AM radio
station licensed to
AM-750 provides time-brokered air-time to various unique customers, and presently programs many Spanish language programs, as well as Ukrainian, Serbian, Croatian, English, and other ethnic and religious programming.
Many programmers migrate towards WNDZ due to its
wide coverage area which includes
To view WNDZ’s coverage map,click here.
WAIT 850 AM Crystal Lake/Chicago
WAIT is widely known in the Chicagoland area. AM-850 became part of the Access Radio Chicago family in 2004 when the station was acquired and immediately began brokering air-time to various programmers.
Since 2009, WAIT has been broadcasting primarily Spanish and English religious programs, from sunrise to sunset, and is well known as THE PROMISE, or LA PROMESA.
Like WSBC, WCFJ, and WNDZ, WAIT broadcasts from
WAIT is a 2,500 watt day-time radio station which
is especially strong throughout Chicagoland, the Northern and Western suburbs,
as well as
To view WAIT’s coverage map,click here.
WSBC 1240 AM
Since 1925, WSBC has been widely known as one of
the premier time-brokered radio stations in the market. Operating at 1,000 watts, WSBC has served
more than 30 different languages since the year 2000 alone. Over the years, AM-1240 has been home to some
of the most respected and beloved personalities in the
AM-1240 presently offers air-time to more than 40 different programmers and has a line-up that includes Russian, Ukrainian, Spanish, Italian, Latvian, Hindi, Urdu, Irish, English, and other ethnic, religious, and niche programming.
Many clients that broker radio time on WSBC have
been on AM-1240 for over 30 years. WSBC
has more than 10 unique languages on the air currently, and its tower, located
on the Northwest side of
WSBC has a crisp and very clear omni-directional
signal with digital studios at
To view WSBC’s coverage map,click here.
WCFJ 1470 AM
WCFJ, formerly known as WMPP, is a 1,000 watt
directional AM radio station covering the South Suburbs and Northwest Indiana
with an eight tower array located in
AM-1470 can be heard in the rapidly growing south
Since its purchase in the late 90’s, WCFJ has been completely re-built with the most modern technology used in broadcasting.
Many programmers opt to broadcast their radio
shows on WCFJ itself, while others, who prefer additional coverage, simulcast
their WCFJ program on WSBC-AM 1240
WCFJ offers air-time to many clients, and presently air primarily Spanish religious programming.
To view WCFJ’s coverage map,click here.
General Manager Mark Pinski
has been in broadcasting for over 30 years, and started with Newsweb Radio
Company in January, 2000. For a good portion of his communications career, Mark
was a sportscaster. He attended Highland Park High School (IL),
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