Basic Radio Station Information
City of License:
Crawford Broadcasting Company (Kimtron, Inc.)
WYDE is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1260 KHz. The station is licensed to Birmingham, AL and is part of that radio market. The station airs news/talk programming. WYDE is owned by Crawford Broadcasting Company.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Birmingham, AL
Listener Comments and Reviews
The host Josh of Shadow Radio is great. I caught the program Sunday. Does he have a website? or Where can I get more info on the program? Thx..
By: Rick on January 8, 2013
My name is Jovon Ireale Bates. I am a student at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, pursuing a degree in Broadcast Journalism. I was wondering if I could do a career shadowing ( learning the ends and outs) at your news station. I will be doing this to get a grade for my class. But my passion was always to be journalist and I am always willing to learn new things about this field. If you have any questions or concerns please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at (504)931-0734.
Have A Blessed Day
P.S I will attach my resume as well
Pursuing a B.A in Mass Communication (Broadcast Journalism)
Tentative graduation date: Fall 2017
News Reporter, Dillard University, WDUT-TV, New Orleans, Fall 2011- Spring 2015
• Arrange interviews with significant people who can contribute details to the news story.
• Edit errors on video such as: glitches, blurriness etc.
• Proper usage of operating teleprompters and cameras.
Radio Personality, Dillard University, WDUB Radio Station, New Orleans, Fall 2011- Spring 2015
• Gave the local news, weather and sports
• Conduct interviews with special guests.
• Converse with callers on the show about the topic of the day.
• Interviewing, reporting, camera operation, excellent public speaking and photography
By: Jovon Ireale Bates on January 21, 2016
I love talk radio, but I am having a great deal of difficulty listening to 1260AM. I am finding that when I listen to a show the speaker will say a few words and then the radio goes silent for a minute or so, then the speaker comes back on, in mid-sentence, and says a few more words. What is going on?? Has the owner/manager tried to listen to a show from a few miles away from the station? The advertisers certainly are not getting their money's worth since the station does not stay on the air long enough to even hear a full ad. Please get an engineer to see what is going on and try to fix it. I really like your station but I am too frustrated to listen to it right now. Thank you.
By: Kay Grayson on July 19, 2016
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