The Blue Network was an American radio network that operated between 1927 and 1945, first as one of the two nationwide networks of the National Broadcasting Company (NBC), and beginning in 1942 as a separate company. New administration changed the network's name to the American Broadcasting Company in 1945.
1Owned by ViacomCBS, operated by Cumulus. 2Co-owned with Champlin Broadcasting under an LMA. 3Operated by the Mohegan Sun under an LMA. 4Owned by the Mainstay Station Trust; sale of station to Delmarva Educational Association pending FCC approval.
WFDF was originally in the Flint radio market before moving to Farmington Hills in the Detroit radio market in 2006. As a result of the station's move to Detroit, WFRO in the Toledo market as well as another station in Northern Michigan (also on 900) were taken off the air to allow WFDF to increase its broadcast power.
Disney/ABC never owned the station, but operated it under a Local Marketing Agreement. Birach Broadcasting has since taken complete, outright control of the station.
These stations are either silent or completely off the air at this time.