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City of license White Plains, New York
Broadcast area New York City metropolitan area
Branding AM 1230 WFAS
Slogan "Westchester's Soft Favorites"
Frequency 1230 kHz
Format Classic Adult Contemporary
Power 1,000 watts
Class C
Owner Cumulus Media
(Cumulus Licensing, LLC)
Sister stations WFAS-FM

WFAS is an AM radio station in Westchester County, New York and vicinity broadcasting on 1230 kHz. The station has a classic adult contemporary format and is under ownership of Cumulus Media.

WFAS-AM features the "Breakfast Show", weekday mornings from 6am to 10am with host Bob Barnum. Network news is provided from Fox. Bob Barnum has a local newscast at the top and bottom of the hour, with Frank Lombardo serving at the meteorologist. Traffic updates are provided by long-time reporter Tom Baroni.

The Saturday morning line-up include Sinatra and Company from 6am to 9am. Stan Dworkin is the host of "In the Garden with Stan from 9am-10am, then it's "In the Kitchen" with Stan from 10am-11am. At 11am, Dr. Harris Straytner is the host of "Here's to Your Good Health". The show features many special guests and selections of Jazz music. At noon, Tony Fiorino hosts, "Let Them Play," a call-in show dedicated to parents, coaches and officials associated with youth sports. Hot topics are debated each week via phone, email and blog. Mike Harvey and Supergold runs from 7pm to 1am on Saturday nights.

WFAS-AM is also the home for Iona College Men's Basketball. Gary Stanley and Ed Ingles call all the action for the Gaels who compete in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC).

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