Basic Radio Station Information
WBMQ 630 AM
City of License:
Cumulus Media (Cumulus Licensing LLC)
WBMQ is an AM radio station broadcasting at 630 KHz. The station is licensed to Savannah, GA and is part of that radio market. The station airs news/talk programming and goes by the name "NewsTalk 630 WBMQ" on the air. WBMQ is owned by Cumulus Media.
Nearby Radio Stations900 The Ticket, ESPN Radio 104.3, 103.5/1230 WSOK, WLXP 88.1 FM, Magic 103.9, WRHQ 105.3 FM, WHCJ 90.3 FM, Georgia Public Broadcasting 91.1, 94.1 The Beat, WRUU 102.5 FM
Co-Owned Radio Stations in Savannah, GA
Listener Comments and Reviews
I love your line up sean hannity, geraldo, hucabee, and phil valentine. My question is why in a city with 3 sports channels on the AM channel and 1 on the FM channel 2 of which are your affiliates why do you carry the sand gnats all summer and now college football on saturday on am 630. The last time I checked am 630 is news talk not news sports play sports on the sports channels and news on news channels. I mean really who if anybody listens to the sand gnats on the radio I bet you can't find one person in all of savannah who listens to the gnats on the radio. Honestly how pathetec do you have to be to listen to a local baseball team on the. radio. Meanwhile Phil Valentine is number one in nashville where his flagship station is plus he's in the top 100 talkshow hosts in the us, id bet no one outside of savannah has even heard of the sand gnats yet you stop phil valentine 6 months out of the year to play a B rated lossing local baseball team of which no one listens to on the radio enstead of news the only news channel at that time. Iknow most news outlets hate conservative talk radio and will do anything they can to stop it but talk radio makes you money so you tollerate it and look for anything to limit it. The buying market is something like 30 to 45 we don't. Listen to hip hop and few listen to the top 40 yet the channels we listen to are changed for sports if you want to have sports on a non sports channel why don't you put it on a hip hop channel people who listen to hip hop like sports put the sand gnatz on e93 why do you take the only news radio and make it sports when there are 3 sports channels already available. Play news on news channels and sports on sports channels. Thank you.
By: Ross Sevlie on September 15, 2013
I have been unable to receive am 630 WBMQ on my car radio during the daytime for several days. I can get it at night. What is the problem
I would have called you, but I can't seem to find a telephone number on line
By: beverly taylor on March 30, 2014
I have a question that does not concern your present station.
I was stationed at Hunter Air Force Base in Savannah from 1956-1959 there was a radio station that signed off about suppertime. It so happens that the station signed off with Gov Jimmie Davis song Suppertime. Would anyone around your station have any info on what station that might have been? I think about it every time i hear that song.
Thank you from Kansas!!
By: Ron Curtis on July 30, 2015
Now that the Sand gnats have left town I hope that you will no longer interrupt Phil Valentines show . I enjoy Phil and Dr. Savage's shows and they are the main reason I Iisten to 630am. Please do not mess with success.
By: Ray Dee Sept.3,2015
By: Ray Dee on September 5, 2015
For the last few days I can't receive your channel. It's just gone! What's going on?
By: mickey romeo on July 30, 2017
You have too any station break commercials about yourself. Each time you mention your call letters it seems as though you do it 10 times in different ways. Holy hell, I know what your call letters are. You overdo the subject. Once or twice should be enough. In fact I usually tune off your station and go up to 1290 just to get away from your repetitions. !!
By: WILLIAM G HINDS on October 18, 2018
The last two Sunday nights 11/18 and 11/11 2018, at 1006 p.m, your carrrier signal disappears. Trying to listen to the Billy Cunningham show. Prior to that time, the signal is strong.
By: R. Flanagan on November 19, 2018
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