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Christian Talk is proud to be a part of HIS Radio Network and Radio Training Network. Our studios are located in Upstate, South Carolina. Our 50,000 watt signal is heard in 4 states: South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee. Christian Talk 660 is also heard in the Greenville metro area, 24 hours a day, on 92.9 FM.

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Radio contacts

Address: 2420 Wade Hampton Blvd Greenville, SC 29615

Phone: 888-660-WLFJ (9535)

Fax: 864-292-8428

Sours: https://onlineradiobox.com/us/christiantalk/

Christian Talk 660

Radio Station Information

WESC 660 AM

City of License:
Greenville, SC

Format:
Religious (Christian)

Market:
Greenville-Spartanburg, SC

Owner:
iHeartMedia (Clear Channel Broadcasting Licenses, Inc.)

WESC is an AM radio station broadcasting at 660 KHz. The station is licensed to Greenville, SC and is part of the Greenville-Spartanburg, SC radio market. The station broadcasts Religious programming and goes by the name "Christian Talk 660" on the air. WESC is owned by iHeartMedia.

Nearby Radio Stations

Greenville's BIN 1440, WCSZ 1070 AM, WPLS 95.9 FM, ESPN Upstate 1330, WPCI 1490 AM, WTBI 91.5 FM, Real Rock 104.9, WSHP 103.9 FM, WWOK 95.3 FM, His Radio 89.3

Co-Owned Radio Stations in Greenville-Spartanburg, SC

92.5 WESC, Greenville's BIN 1440, 99.9 Kiss Country, Real Rock 104.9, WSSL 100.5

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WESC (AM)

Radio station in Greenville, South Carolina

Radio station in Greenville, South Carolina

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CityGreenville, South Carolina
Broadcast areaUpstate South Carolina
Frequency660 kHz
Branding92.5 WESC
FormatCountry music
AffiliationsPremiere Networks
OwneriHeartMedia
(iHM Licenses, LLC)

Sister stations

WESC-FM, WMYI, WSSL-FM, WROO

First air date

March 1947; 74 years ago (1947-03)

Former call signs

WESC (1947–2000)
WLFJ (2000–19)

Call sign meaning

Easley, Seneca, Clemson (original areas served) or Eastern South Carolina
Facility ID4678
ClassD
Power50,000 watts day
10,000 watts critical hours
500 watts PSSA

Transmitter coordinates

34°53′10″N82°28′3″W / 34.88611°N 82.46750°W / 34.88611; -82.46750
WebcastListen Live
Websitewescfm.iheart.com

WESC (660 AM) is a commercial daytime-onlycountry musicradio station licensed to Greenville, South Carolina. Owned by iHeartMedia, it serves the Upstate South Carolina region as a simulcast of WESC-FM. The WESC studios are located in Greenville, while the station transmitter resides in nearby Berea.

History[edit]

The station signed on the air in March 1947 as WESC, and for many years played country music, branded as "660 in Dixie." In 1948, sister station WESC-FM went on the air; both stations simulcast from 1948 until the late 1960s, when WESC-FM switched to beautiful music, while WESC continued as a country outlet. WESC-FM later returned to country music. Throughout the 1970s and 80s, WESC-AM-FM were frequently the highest rated stations in the Greenville radio market.

In 1994, while simulcasting WESC-FM most of the time, WESC also picked up the nationally syndicated sports radio show, The Fabulous Sports Babe.[1]

WESC carried its country music format until March 1, 2000, when it was purchased by Clear Channel Communications, and leased to the Radio Training Network (owners of WLFJ-FM) under a local marketing agreement (LMA). The station adopted the call sign WLFJ to match its parent station. RTN programmed a Christian talk and teaching format, most recently branded as His Radio Talk.

In August 2019, the LMA ended, and the station returned to the WESC call letters and country music simulcast. The previous programming continues to air on WLFJ-HD4 and FM translator W225AZ.[2] As of March 28, 2020, the station’s towers were taken down for unknown reasons, possibly for a proposed subdivision.[citation needed] WESC was silent until January 22, 2021 and now broadcasts at 5000 watts during the day, down from 50,000.[3]

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