- WEAF (AM)
Infobox Radio station
name = WEAF
city = Camden,
frequency = 1130 (kHz)
power = 5000
watts (day) 7 watts (night)
class = D
facility_id = 24146
coordinates = coord|34|15|33|N|80|34|47|W
former_callsigns = WPUB, WVEF, WAME, WQIS
owner = Colonial Radio Group
licensee = Jeff Andrulonis
Rejoice! Musical Soul Food
WEAF (1130 AM) is a
gospel musicformatted radio stationin Camden, South Carolina. The station is currently owned by Colonial Radio Group and is licensed to CRG president Jeff Andrulonis. Much of the programing is featured from the Rejoice! Musical Soul Foodsatellite feed.
In January 1995,
Christian radiostation WHVNin Charlotte, North Carolinabegan airing its programming on this station [Tim Funk, "Cablevision Adds 2 New Channels," "The Charlotte Observer", January 17, 1995.] .
At one time, this station had the letters WAME and an
adult standardsformat. Then-owners GHB Broadcasting switched the format to Sports Talk and changed the callsign to WQIS.
From 1922 to 1946, WEAF was the callsign of the radio station that became WNBC and the flagship station of the NBC Red network.cite news |work=Broadcasting & Cable |title=NBC History |date=2002-03-25 |first=Thomas D. |last=Bratter |url=http://www.broadcastingcable.com/article/CA202619.html] This station is now known as
WFAN (AM)in New York.cite news |work=NorthEast Radio Watch |title=A WILD Shift For Radio One/Boston |date=2005-10-24 |first=Scott |last=Fybush |url=http://www.fybush.com/NERW/2005/051024/nerw.html] In the mid-1970s, WEAF was the callsign of the current WGBTin Eden, North Carolina.
Colonial Radio Group acquired then-WQIS in 2003.cite web |work=Colonial Radio Group |title=Company History and Information |url=http://www.espnradio1230.com/history.html] In April 2006, Glory Communications Inc. (Alex Snipe, president) reached an agreement to purchase WEAF from Colonial Radio Group Inc. (Jeffrey Andrulonis, president) for a reported sale price of $222,500.cite news |work=Broadcasting & Cable |title=Deals - 4/17/2006 |date=2006-04-17 |url=http://www.broadcastingcable.com/article/CA6325128.html]
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