Radio Station Information

WKFB 770 AM

City of License:
Jeannette, PA

Format:
Oldies

Market:
Pittsburgh, PA

Owner:
Broadcast Communications (Broadcast Communications, Inc.)

WKFB is an AM radio station broadcasting at 770 KHz. The station is licensed to Jeannette, PA and is part of the Pittsburgh, PA radio market. The station airs oldies music programming. WKFB is owned by Broadcast Communications.

Nearby Radio Stations

WKHB 620 AM, WJLW 100.3 FM, WEDO 810 AM, WZUM 1550 AM, FM 100.1 / AM 660, WJAS 1320, WGBN 1360 AM, 91.3FM WYEP, Bob FM 96.9, WPGR 1510 AM WKHB 620 AM

Listener Comments and Reviews

Looking for a song that was just played (Wed., Jan 25th, @10:20-maybe three songs before the morning show sign off. Thought the title was mentioned..."Lonely World"? It was all instrumental and very good. If possible, can you tell me if that was the title and who the artist was? Thanks. (Couldn't find your phone number anywhere - no where on line.
By: Tom Howell on January 25, 2012

I read, with a great deal of interest-- indeed, wonderment--the historical pedigree of your station in Jeannette, PA. What confounded me is the fact you left out a big chunk of personnel history. Yes, the station that morphed into your current WKFB was WBCW. During the years 1980-1982 (approximately 2 years) I also worked at WBCW! I hosted PEOPLE TALK using the stage name, "JR." I took over that slot from Al Calisti. He was a firebrand, having been in the vanguard early-on of Conservative Thinking. I further "carried the mail" of Conservative thought during my two-hour show from 1000Hrs to 12 Noon. Verna and Al Calisti hired me on the spot, site unseen, because I stirred hours of conversation subsequent to my phone calls to Al. They were WONDERFUL people, as was their daughter, Jackie. I got paid negligibly, but my name is known throughout the tri-state region of PA, Ohio, W.VA. I left to go to medical school. i am now a physician, still with a strong conservative opinion and loquacious as ever. Grieved to hear about Mr. Calisti's passing. He was quite the gentleman. ClaireThomas, another fabulour individual, followed my show after the noon news break. This is the CORRECT HISTORY and pedigree of your station. I interviewed Barbara Bush in the Fourth Avenue station broadcast studio. Scores of Secret Service men everywhere. Reagan carried Westmoreland County, as some in the know say, BECAUSE of my penetrating interview with Mrs. Bush. I still have the photographs of her in the "lobby" outside the studio, speaking with Verna and myself. Unfortunately, I don't have many tapes of my shows but they were humdingers. I brought it! I loved that work. Please respond to this communicstion to ackowledge. Thanks.
By: Janet Reid on March 16, 2012

I listen to your radio station everyday because I love the oldies. I love Frankie Day. Then my day gets ruined by the Union Edge talk show. That person really makes me shutter and I was wondering if you could bring my conservative views to your show also. I belong to a conservative group called "People For Liberty"...look at our website www.peopleforliberty.com and feel free to contact me.
By: Darlene Upson on December 27, 2013

I am hoping that you can assist me with the individual that I would need to speak with regarding your towers in your state. I would greatly appreciate any assistance that you might be able to give me. I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Shannon Gager and I am your account executive for tower maintenance and turnkey opportunities. I have been with Allstate Tower for over 13 years and look forward to assisting you with your tower maintenance needs. Please call if I can be of service! Sincerely Shannon Gager Account Executive AllState Tower Inc. 232 Heilman Avenue Henderson, KY 42420 Office : (270)631-1311 Fax: (270)830-8475 www.allstatetower.com
By: Shannon Gager on March 10, 2014

Does anybody have any audio of any WBCW programing from the 1970's, 1980's, 1990's??? I used to listen to Al Calisti, Claire Thomas, J.R., tradio, polkas, etc on my grandparents radio. I would love to relive the old times. Please email me at game_777_69@yahoo.com Thanks
By: Bill on September 18, 2014

Is this station still broadcasting? Turned it on this AM and PM and no signal. Is this temporary or permanent?
By: Jim on November 3, 2014

Ditto of Jim on 3Nov--can't get any signal for days.
By: Steve on November 4, 2014

Looking for Croatian hour with Mike Hagel sunday 1-3pm on wkfb 770
By: Tom on May 3, 2015

please tell Frankie day to stop talking over songs. today he played high on a hill and talked over the beautiful beginning vocals. the best part. we quit listening because he talks incessantly and speaks in the third person. this was the first we tuned in for awhile and he spoils listening pleasure.
By: marie easter on August 26, 2017

Love your station! My father and I used to listen to it daily together . I still listen everyday until just about dusk, then another station comes in out of New York, but I just tune in the next day as usualšŸ¤— Keep up the great work! Xoxo
By: Monica on March 7, 2018

love your station looking for 1 of your station sposirs c p food equipment phone number
By: bobz on April 1, 2018

I love listening to you, especially now since you play the greatest songs from the 60's in the afternoon instead of that talk show "Union Edge" . i have a question--I tune in to 97.5 fm but consistently notice a wide variance in reception. I am constantly moving my antenna from day to evening. Do you change your radiation pattern periodically? Sometimes you come in strong but other times have bad reception no matter what.
By: steve page on May 22, 2018

I just wanted to let you guys know how much I LOVE WKFB. I used to listen to WLSW and enjoyed it, but your selection of music is terrific. I recognize 90% of the music from the 50's and 60's and those good memories come flooding back. Thank you so much for offering this music. Keep up the good work and long live the oldies! :) Mick - Finleyville
By: Mick on January 25, 2019

One radio station you missed that played some really beautiful Music was WLOA in Braddock It was up near 13th street almost at the entrance to the E T STEEL WORKS. I don't remember much but my Dad used to listen to it. Guessing in the late 50s to maybe the 70s. I'll have to do a little research to see what I can find Ed
By: Ed Goyda on January 28, 2019

I love the music your station plays. Long live 770!
By: Murziee on February 19, 2019

I really enjoy your radio station. How can the signal be boosted to reach more listeners? How can we listen 24/7? Science says that A.M. stations broadcast at further distances that F.M., but as usual, reality dictates that F.M. frequencies are clearer. I have tried to locate your station on the F.M. dial, but to no avail. Any suggestions? Thank you. Sincerely, Dave Drab
By: Dave Drab on March 16, 2019

A Non Profit Organization I belong to, will be holding an event in June. I'd greatly appreciate your response. I've heard a few of the free, non profit ads on the station. But I always miss the method (email, phone, etc) to be used, and whether there's a time or word limit to what we submit. I always have 770 on, and especially enjoy the Saturday morning guys.
By: Anna on April 8, 2019

Love 770. Love Frankie Day. Just love everything about this station
By: Darlene on August 9, 2019

I love your oldies station. I was in car this past week Tues. or Wed. Aug. 20-21 and you were playing a Happy Birthday song I had never heard before as birthday of person on air was the next day. I couldn't remember the words but it was not the original Happy Birthday Wish, more of a love song. Can you please tell me what the name of the song was. Thank you. by Pat Aug. 24, 2019
By: Pat on August 24, 2019

The Sons of the Legion are holding a crafts/ vendor show at our American Legion Post 75 , 660 Miller ave. in Clairton, Pa. on Oct 26th from 10 am. to 4 pm It is our first show and know that you place non profit items on the air and would like to know how to going about this. Any info would be welcomed. Thank you , Louis Campbell, Senior Vice Commander Sons of the Legion Post 75
By: Lou Campbell on September 28, 2019

Love hearing Cave Man Ralph taking over for Frankie Day.. Cave Man should be on more often. Please stop Frankie from constantly talking . Over the songs. CONSTANTLY TALKING. Speaking in the third person. Extremely annoying. I have to put up with his horrible behavior as I love the tunes he plays. Keep Cave Man Ralph. Love the whole program.
By: Kittie on November 21, 2019

Love all the oldies. Listening to them takes me back to a wonderful time in my life. Dances, drive-ins, and all the other stuff. Please keep playing "songs for lovers" just love them. Thank you and Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year to all.
By: Carol on December 9, 2019

You may not believe this, but I did the original morning talk show on WBCW. That's right, the very first. I'm an old fart now and live in a different state but still opinionated and would love to return for a day or two of "get-it-off your chest" type conversation. I knew Al, Verna and Jackie Calisti well. Late 60's early 70's. God Bless anyone left....lol
By: Jim Rhea on January 8, 2020

My Husband loves listening to the 50's and 60's hits. But I would like listening to Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Nat King Cole, Inks Spots, Mills Brothers, Tony Orlando, Tony Bennet and the list goes on and on to these smooth listening music.
By: Anonymous on March 22, 2020

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