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WKMH

1946–1963

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WKNR

1963–1972

WKNR Radio 13
WKNR-KEENER-13-logo

WNIC (first era)

1972–1977

WNIC 1310 AM FM 100

WWKR

1977–1986

Keener 13 WWKR

WNIC (second era)

1986

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WMTG

1986–1991

WMTG 1310

WDOZ

1994–1996

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WYUR

1997–2000

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WXDX

2000–2002

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2002–2005

WXDX 1310 AM

WDTW (2005–2006; 2006–present)/WWWW (2006)

2005–2012

1310WDTW

On December 31, 2012, WDTW ceased broadcasting as Clear Channel donated the station to the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council. The stations antennas and transmission facilities were dismantled afterward. Four days later on January 5, 2013, the towers and transmission site were also taken down. It returned to the air on January 19, 2014 as a simulcast of its former sister station. The MMTC sold WDTW to a local owner in October 2014, two months later it broadcast Spanish folk music before going silent again. 

2016–present

WDTW La Mega 1310 AM


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