Radio Station Information

WMAL 105.9 FM/630 AM

WSBN 630 AM

Stimulating Talk

City of License:
Washington, DC

Format:
News/Talk

Market:
Washington, DC

Web site:
http://www.wmal.com/

Owner:
Cumulus Media (Radio License Holdings LLC)

WSBN is an AM radio station broadcasting at 630 KHz. The station is licensed to Washington, DC and is part of that radio market. The station airs news/talk programming and goes by the name "WMAL 105.9 FM/630 AM" on the air with the slogan "Stimulating Talk". WSBN is owned by Cumulus Media.

Nearby Radio Stations

WAVA Radio 780, WCTN 950 AM, 94.7 The Drive, Hot 99.5, DC101, Relevant Radio 1260, Federal NewsRadio 1500, 97.1 WASH FM, WLVW 107.3 FM, WHUR 96.3 WMAL 105.9 FM/630 AM

Listener Comments and Reviews

I was listening to WAVA today March 22, 2017 around 5:00 PM and there was a short message mentioning Solomon, Ecclesiastes and mentioned some verses in Proverbs. Some of the verses were about sleeping too much. I was driving so could not write down the verses but it was mentioned that more information could be found on fishnet.com. I can't find that site. I hope you know what I'm referring to and can help me find these verses and the website. Thank you.
By: Virginia Pregano on March 23, 2017

What has happened to john bachelor? Has he been removed? His show was one of thr best shows on your station
By: Mike Klare on November 6, 2017

I used to listen to WMAL all day. Mornings on the Mall, Chris Plante, Rush Limbaugh and even Larry O'connor in the afternoon present a strong line up, on paper. I rarely listen now. I saw an ad on one of the local tv stations last night for WMAL and made me wonder if you are losing other listeners like me. Why did I give up? Very simple. The number of minutes per hour devoted to your headliners is marginal compared with the peripheral stuff. Advertising minutes seem to have grown over the years that I'm sure make you a lot of money. They also make you not worth tuning in. The ads are dumb, mindlessly repetitive,(sometimes the same ad three times an hour???). Technology has also made it much easier to choose many other listening options. If I tune in WMAL and an ad is playing (which happens most of the time it seems), I just hit another button. I don't know how many advertising minutes are your choice or are dictated by corporate ownership. It doesn't matter. Too many stupid ads, too few minutes for actual program content. WMAL simply puts out a product that will not hold onto listeners in the face of much better competition. Chris Plante and Rush Limbaugh, as much as I once enjoyed them are not enough to hold on to me anymore.
By: Anonymous on May 2, 2019

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