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WCUB
CityTwo Rivers, Wisconsin
Broadcast areaTwo Rivers-Manitowoc-Sheboygan
Green Bay metro
Frequency980 kHz
Branding97.1 WCUB
Your Racing Station (for racing coverage)
Programming
FormatCountry
AffiliationsFox News Radio,
NASCAR radio networks (MRN, PRN, IMSRN)
Ownership
OwnerMark Seehafer
(Seehafer Broadcasting Corp.)
WEMP, WLKN, WLTU, WOMT, WQTC
History
Call sign meaning
CUB Radio or bear CUB
Technical information
Facility ID14702
ClassB
Power5,000 watts day
5,000 watts night
Transmitter coordinates
44°3′50.00″N 87°41′49.00″W / 44.0638889°N 87.6969444°W / 44.0638889; -87.6969444
Repeater(s)97.1 W246DY (Two Rivers)
Links
Websitewww.cubradio.com

WCUB (980 AM/97.1 FM) is a Country formatted radio station licensed to Two Rivers, Wisconsin, that serves the Two Rivers, Manitowoc, and Sheboygan areas, along with strong city-grade coverage of Brown County and Green Bay. The station is owned by Mark Seehafer, through licensee Seehafer Broadcasting Corp. The station is translated on the FM dial through W246DY, which is also licensed to Two Rivers, and launched in early May 2020 as a part of the FCC's AM revitalization plan.

WCUB airs Fox News Radio and is also the home of NASCAR radio coverage from all three NASCAR radio networks in the lakeshore/metro Green Bay region, along with the Indianapolis 500's radio network (including the Brickyard 400).