WSBS (AM)

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WSBS
City of licenseGreat Barrington, Massachusetts
Broadcast areaBerkshire County, Massachusetts
BrandingRadio 860
Frequency860 kHz
Translator(s)94.1 W231AK (Great Barrington)
First air dateDecember 24,1957
FormatAdult Contemporary/Talk
Power2,700 watts (day)
3.9 watts (night)
35 watts, Stereo (FM translator)
ClassD
Facility ID4820
OwnerVOX Communications
WebcastListen Live
Websitewsbs.com
 
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WSBS
City of licenseGreat Barrington, Massachusetts
Broadcast areaBerkshire County, Massachusetts
BrandingRadio 860
Frequency860 kHz
Translator(s)94.1 W231AK (Great Barrington)
First air dateDecember 24,1957
FormatAdult Contemporary/Talk
Power2,700 watts (day)
3.9 watts (night)
35 watts, Stereo (FM translator)
ClassD
Facility ID4820
OwnerVOX Communications
WebcastListen Live
Websitewsbs.com

WSBS (860 AM) is a radio station in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. It is owned by Vox Communications and (as of April 2006) has an Adult Contemporary music format, mixed with local news, talk, and AP news.

WSBS' programming is simulcast in Stereo on the FM band via translator station W231AK, at 94.1 MHz.[1] [1]

Technical information

WSBS transmits 2.7kW daytime into a Marconi 1959 Series fed 1/4 wave tower. The primary transmitter is a Harris SX2.5, and a backup Gates 250GY. The nighttime transmitter is a LPB.

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Coordinates: 42°12′52″N 73°20′45″W / 42.21444°N 73.34583°W / 42.21444; -73.34583