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W1XOJ

1937–194?

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194?–195?

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195?–1961

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WAAB-FM

1961–1967

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WAAF

1967–19??

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19??–19??

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19??–19??

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19??–2006

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2006–2017

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2017–2020

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WBZU (February 26–March 6, 2020)/WKVB (2020–present)

2020–present

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After 50 years, WAAF, Entercom announced on February 18. 2020 that WAAF would be sold to Educational Media Foundation for $10.75 million, making the station a K-Love station by February 22. While Entercom would own the station for the time being, they are required to provide two hours of public affairs programs as mandated by the Federal Communications Commission (which still continues to after its sale). The WAAF call-signs was swapped with another station in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The station used WBZU as their call sign until March 6, 2020 when it became WKVB. EMF's purchase of WKVB was then completed on April 21, 2020.


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