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Oct 16, 1923

WSAZ began broadcasting in Pomeroy, Ohio

1927

WSAZ (now WRVC) moved to Huntington from Pomeroy, Ohio

1928

WSAZ moved to 580kHz

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1929

WSAZ was purchased by the Huntington Publishing Company

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1941

WSAZ radio began fulltime operation and assumed frequency of 930 kHz

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1943

WSAZ radio affiliated with the Blue Network

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1949

The Huntington Publishing Co. started WSAZ-TV Channel 3, first TV station in West Virginia and one of earliest in the country

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1957

WSAZ radio switched affiliation to NBC

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1961

WSAZ was sold out-of-state

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1970

WSAZ changed to WGNT

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1983

WSAZ music changed from program format to country music

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1988

WSAZ radio in Huntington returned to local ownership

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