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WWRL is a radio station in New York City, broadcasting at 1600 kHz AM owned by Access.1 Communications. Since September 1, 2006, its format has been progressive talk radio. WWRL broadcasts syndicated programs from several sources, including Dial Global, Radio One, Fox News Radio, Talk Radio Network, and was at one time considered the flagship for the now-defunct Air America Radio despite pre-empting a majority of the network's programming. WWRL is also an overflow station for local sports teams whose games air on WEPN, but only airs games if there are conflicts with both the parent station and WNYM, WEPN's primary overflow.


Prior to its affiliation with Air America, WWRL was a diversified radio station primarily serving the African American community. The station also aired some progressive talk shows weekdays, with Caribbean music on Saturdays and overnights. On Sundays they aired Gospel music and religious programming. WWRL also carries live play-by-play of the New York Liberty of the WNBA. On August 2, 2006, WWRL announced its affiliation with Air America.

WWRL in the 1960s was an R & B radio station focusing on popular music aimed at the young black community. They played a blend of Motown, Stax and Memphis soul, and early James Brown-styled funk. In that era, disc jockeys, Carlton King Coleman, Douglas Jocko Henderson, and Frankie Crocker were featured on the station. In the 1970s WWRL stressed Philadelphia soul and other 1970s soul artists. The...
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