WTBF - AM 970 - Troy, Al

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Troy Broadcasting Corporation, parent company of WTBF AM & FM, began its sixty-second year of broadcast service to South Alabama this February. WTBF began as an idea around the coffee table at Byrd Drug in early 1946.( An earlier radio station had located over the fire department in the 1930’s ... See more but moved to Dothan before 1932. ) Sixteen Troy Merchants and Professional Men organized Troy Broadcasting Corporation and received permission from the Federal Communications Commission to construct a 250 watt AM radio station in Troy in early 1946. A number of those first investors remained on the board of directors of Troy Broadcasting Corporation when the station was sold to the present owners Joe Gilchrist, Asa Dudley and Jim Roling in 1986. A remote area of the Troy State Teachers College campus was leased to construct a one thousand square foot building and a 250-foot broadcast tower.

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Contact: wtbf@troycable.net

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April 26, 2010, 6:11 a.m. GMT

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