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77 WABC - WABC is a broadcast radio station in New York City, New York, United States, providing News and Talk programs.
WABC (770 AM) – branded on-air as, Talkradio 77” and MusicRadio 77 WABC; is a commercial conservative talk and oldies radio station licensed to New York, New York. Owned by John Catsimatidis' Red Apple Media, the station currently serves as the flagship station for syndicated hosts Mark Levin and John Batchelor; it is the radio home for Bernard McGuirk, Sid Rosenberg, Curtis Sliwa, and Juliet Huddy. With Rock/Top 40 DJs Bruce Morrow (Cousin Brucie), and Tony Orlando and is the New York City affiliate for, Brian Kilmeade, The Ben Shapiro Show and Red Eye Radio. The station's studio facilities are located at Red Apple Media headquarters on Third Avenue in Midtown Manhattan and its transmitter is located in Lodi, New Jersey. Its 50,000 watt non-directional clear channel signal can be heard at night throughout much of the eastern United States and Canada, and it is the primary entry point for the Emergency Alert System in the New York metropolitan area. WABC simulcasts on 107.1 WLIR-FM in Hampton Bays, New York.
One of the country's oldest radio stations, WABC began broadcasting in early October 1921, originally as WJZ in Newark, New Jersey. For much of its history, the station had served as the flagship for the original ABC Radio Network (and their direct predecessor, the Blue Network) and ABC's radio news service. While WABC has programmed a talk radio format since 1982, the station broadcast a Top 40 music format from 1960 to 1982. Prior to 1978, WABC was not only the dominant contemporary music station in New York City, but was also among the most listened to radio stations in North America, serving as a template for many other Top 40 stations around the country.
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