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Subject: Letcher County, Kentucky, Whitesburg, Kentucky, List of radio stations in Kentucky, Cincinnati Reds Radio Network
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City of license Whitesburg, Kentucky
Frequency 920 kHz AM
Format Classic Country
Power 4,200 watts (day)
43 watts (night)
Class C
Facility ID 64431
Transmitter coordinates

37°08′46″N 82°46′01″W / 37.14611°N 82.76694°W / 37.14611; -82.76694

Owner Forcht Broadcasting
(T.C.W. Broadcasting, Inc.)
Sister stations WXKQ-FM

WTCW (920 AM) has been broadcasting in Letcher County, Kentucky, and Wise County, Virginia, since 1953, with a nighttime range just in Letcher County and a daytime range all around Eastern Kentucky and Southwest Virginia. The station has one non-directional antenna, RMS Standard 0.00 mV/m at 1 kilometer and RMS Theoretical 334.70 mV/m at 1 kilometer.

Currently the station's format is "Classic Country." WTCW is owned by Forcht Broadcasting.

External links

  • Query the FCC's AM station database for WTCW
  • Radio-Locator Information on WTCW
  • Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WTCW

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