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City of license WRNY: Rome, New York
WTLB: Utica, New York
WIXT: Little Falls, New York
Broadcast area Utica-Rome area
Slogan ESPN RADIO 1310AM
Frequency WRNY: 1350 kHz
WTLB: 1310 kHz
WIXT: 1230 kHz
Format Sports/Talk
Power WRNY: 500 Watts day
57 Watts night
WTLB: 5,000 watts day
500 watts night
WIXT: 1,000 watts unlimited
Class WRNY: D
Facility ID WRNY: 53657
WTLB: 54548
WIXT: 57701
Transmitter coordinates 43°12′18.00″N 75°29′8.00″W / 43.205°N 75.48556°W / 43.205; -75.48556
Callsign meaning WRNY: Rome, New York
WIXT: parked former call sign of WSYR-TV
Former callsigns WIXT: WLFH
Affiliations ESPN Radio
Westwood One
New York Yankees Radio
New York Giants Radio Network
Owner Galaxy Communications
(Galaxy Utica Licensee LLC)
Sister stations WKLL, WOUR, WUMX

WRNY (1350 AM) is an American radio station broadcasting at 1350 kHz. The station was owned by Clear Channel until September 2007, when ownership was transferred to Galaxy Utica as a result of Clear Channel's decision to "go private".[1] The station had been acquired by Clear Channel from Dame Media in June, 1999.

WRNY is a simulcast of WTLB which is also simulcast on WIXT AM 1230 in [[Little Falls (city), New York|Little Falls, New York].

The network is affiliated with ESPN Radio.


As of September 2007, prior to the transfer to Galaxy, the station was operating as part of a four station network of Sports Talk radio stations named "The Sports Stars", carrying a variety of local and syndicated sports talk programming, along with live coverage of local sporting events. The all sports format has been retained with different sports programming. The slogan changed from "Sports Stars" to "1310 The Game." The network switched from Fox Sports to ESPN Radio on March 5, 2010.


  1. ^ Tampone, Kevin, "Nine Clear Channel Utica stations fetch $3.1 million", CNY Business Journal, August 3, 2007

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