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WTKG
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City of license Grand Rapids, Michigan
Branding AM 1230 WTKG
Slogan Grand Rapids' Talk Alternative
Frequency 1230 kHz
Format Progressive Talk
Power 1,000 watts
Class C
Callsign meaning Talk Grand Rapids
Former callsigns WCUZ (?-3/28/97)
WJEF (?-?)
WION (?-?)
Affiliations ABC News Radio, Premiere Radio Networks, Dial Global, Compass Media Networks
Owner Clear Channel Communications
Sister stations WBCT, WBFX, WMAX-FM, WOOD, WOOD-FM, WSNX-FM, WTKG
Website wtkg.com

WTKG (1230 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a talk radio format. Licensed to Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States, and now owned by Clear Channel Communications, it first began broadcasting under the WION call sign. Previous to adopting the current calls and format in 1997, the station played country under the WJEF (the station on which radio Hall of Famer Wally Phillips started his career) and WCUZ calls. WTKG was the first AM station in Grand Rapids to broadcast in iBiquity Digital Corporations Hybrid Digital system a.k.a HD Radio.

Bronco Radio Network

WTKG was an affiliate of the Western Michigan University "Broncos Radio Network" and carried all of the Broncos football and men's basketball games. WTKG was dropped as an affiliate after WMAX was added for both sports.

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