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Last seen on: Premier Sunday – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Feb 9 2020


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WRDT, known on the air as “The Word AM 560, Detroit’s Christian Talk”, is a radio station licensed to Monroe, Michigan, serving the Detroit metropolitan area. The station broadcasts in HD Radio with 500 Watts daytime power from a transmitter located in South Monroe, Michigan, and 14 Watts nighttime power (Non-HD) from a transmitter located in Royal Oak Township, Michigan. The Royal Oak Township location shares the Greater Media tower with WCSX, WRIF & WMGC. Its low frequency and strongly directional daytime signal give the station good coverage of the Detroit market, despite the lower power.

WRDT is owned by Crawford Broadcasting

The station went on the air in 1956 as WMIC, owned by McIntyre Broadcasting, and originally featured a block programmed variety format, including some rock and roll programs. In 1959, the station was purchased by Dick Jones, Ross Mulholland and the Brink family, and its calls were changed to WQTE. Originally, WQTE aired what would now be called an Adult Contemporary music format, but in 1960 the station made a shift to all-out Top 40, dubbing itself “Cutie Radio” and “Fabulous 56” and issuing a survey called “The Cutie Music Meter.”

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