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Community Broadcasters, LLC

Community Broadcasters, LLC is a Watertown, New York based radio holding group that owns radio stations in its own market and surrounding areas. It was founded by media executives Bruce Mittman and Jim Leven, and started out in 2006 by buying stations owned by Clancy-Mance Communications, Inc.[1]

Each Friday morning, Community Broadcasters hosts an auction called the North Country Saves Radio Auction on several of its radio stations. The items featured in these auctions are usually donated by local businesses.[2]

Station list

All in the state of New York:
Frequency Callsign City of License Market
1240 kHz WATN Watertown, New York Watertown
106.7 MHz WBDR Copenhagen, New York Watertown
100.7 MHz WEFX Henderson, New York Watertown
95.3 MHz WLFK Gouverneur, New York Gouverneur
94.1 MHz WOTT Calcium, New York Watertown
92.7 MHz WQTK Ogdensburg, New York Ogdensburg
1400 kHz WSLB Ogdensburg, New York Ogdensburg
103.1 MHz WTOJ Carthage, New York Watertown

In May 2013, Community Broadcasters announced its intent to acquire the New York assets of Backyard Broadcasting, which includes the WPIG/WHDL pair in Olean, New York and the five-station cluster of WWLZ, WNGZ, WPGI, WRCE and WNKI in Elmira-Corning.[1]


  1. ^ New Radio Group Buys Seven NY Stations - All Business. Retrieved February 24, 2010.
  2. ^ North Country Saves Radio Auction - Community Broadcasters. Retrieved February 24, 2010.
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