WWRR
CityScranton, Pennsylvania
Broadcast areaScranton, Pennsylvania
Frequency104.9 MHz
BrandingThe River, 105 and 103-5
SloganFM. Rock. Radio.
Programming
FormatClassic hits
Ownership
OwnerBold Gold Media
History
First air date
1964
Former call signs
WWDL (1964-2005)
Call sign meaning
WW-RiveR
Technical information
Facility ID36508
ClassA
ERP270 watts
HAAT333 meters
Links
WebcastListen Live
Websitetherivernepa.com

WWRR is a classic hits radio station in Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States, known as The River, 105 and 103-5.

Programming is simulcast on co-owned WYCK/1340 AM & W264CG/100.7FM, licensed to nearby Plains Township, Pennsylvania.

The station's logo was featured in a fourth season episode of the NBC sitcom The Office, along with their sister station, WICK.

On April 1, 2018, WWRR began simulcasting on WMMZ 103.5 FM Berwick.[1]

References

  1. ^ WMMZ Flips to WWRR simulcast Radioinsight - April 1, 2018

Coordinates: 41°26′06″N 75°43′34″W / 41.435°N 75.726°W / 41.435; -75.726