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August 10, 1925-1934 (WHRM-AM 1280kHz)Edit

This is WHRM, Minneapolis/St. Paul; our transmitter located in St. Louis Park, our studios in the Builders' Exchange, downtown Minneapolis.

WHRM is owned and operated by the Buckley Broadcasting Corporation of Minnesota, and operates on a federally assigned frequency of 1280 kHz, with a full-time power of 5,000 watts.

WHRM now leaves the air to return at 5:30 a.m.

On behalf of the staff and management of WHRM, we wish you a very pleasant good morning/night.

1934-1949 (WTCN-AM 1280kHz)Edit

This is WTCN, Minneapolis/St. Paul; our transmitter located in St. Louis Park, our studios in the Builders' Exchange, downtown Minneapolis.

WTCN is owned and operated by the Buckley Broadcasting Corporation of Minnesota, and operates on a federally assigned frequency of 1280 kHz, with a full-time power of 5,000 watts.

WTCN now leaves the air to return at 5:30 a.m.

On behalf of the staff and management of WTCN, we wish you a very pleasant good morning/night.

1949-1952Edit

This is WTCN, Minneapolis/St. Paul; our transmitter located in St. Louis Park, our studios in the Builders' Exchange, downtown Minneapolis.

WTCN is owned and operated by the Buckley Broadcasting Corporation of Minnesota, and operates on a federally assigned frequency of 1280 kHz, with a full-time power of 5,000 watts.

WTCN now leaves the air to return at 5:30 a.m.

On behalf of the staff and management of WTCN, we wish you a very pleasant good morning/night.

1952-1962Edit

This is WTCN, Minneapolis/St. Paul; our transmitter located in St. Louis Park, our studios in the Builders' Exchange, downtown Minneapolis.

WTCN is owned and operated by the Buckley Broadcasting Corporation of Minnesota, and operates on a federally assigned frequency of 1280 kHz, with a full-time power of 5,000 watts.

WTCN now leaves the air to return at 5:30 a.m.

On behalf of the staff and management of WTCN, we wish you a very pleasant good morning/night.

1962-1964Edit

This is WTCN, Minneapolis/St. Paul; our transmitter located in St. Louis Park, our studios in the Builders' Exchange, downtown Minneapolis.

WTCN is owned and operated by the Buckley Broadcasting Corporation of Minnesota, and operates on a federally assigned frequency of 1280 kHz, with a full-time power of 5,000 watts.

WTCN now leaves the air to return at 5:30 a.m.

On behalf of the staff and management of WTCN, we wish you a very pleasant good morning/night.

1964-1970 (WWTC-AM 1280kHz The Patriot)Edit

This is WWTC, Minneapolis/St. Paul; our transmitter located in St. Louis Park, our studios in the Builders' Exchange, downtown Minneapolis.

WWTC is owned and operated by the Buckley Broadcasting Corporation of Minnesota, and operates on a federally assigned frequency of 1280 kHz, with a full-time power of 5,000 watts.

WWTC now leaves the air to return at 5:30 a.m.

On behalf of the staff and management of WWTC, we wish you a very pleasant good morning/night.

1970-1986Edit

WWTC logo

This is WWTC, Minneapolis/St. Paul; our transmitter located in St. Louis Park, our studios in the Builders' Exchange, downtown Minneapolis.

WWTC is owned and operated by the Buckley Broadcasting Corporation of Minnesota, and operates on a federally assigned frequency of 1280 kHz, with a full-time power of 5,000 watts.

WWTC now leaves the air to return at 5:30 a.m.

On behalf of the staff and management of WWTC, we wish you a very pleasant good morning/night.

1986-1998 (KSNE-AM 1280kHz)Edit

This is KSNE, Minneapolis/St. Paul; our transmitter located in St. Louis Park, our studios in the Builders' Exchange, downtown Minneapolis.

KSNE is owned and operated by the Buckley Broadcasting Corporation of Minnesota, and operates on a federally assigned frequency of 1280 kHz, with a full-time power of 5,000 watts.

KSNE now leaves the air to return at 5:30 a.m.

On behalf of the staff and management of KSNE, we wish you a very pleasant good morning/night.

1988-2016 (WWTC-AM 1280kHz)Edit

This is WWTC, Minneapolis/St. Paul; our transmitter located in St. Louis Park, our studios in the Builders' Exchange, downtown Minneapolis.

WWTC is owned and operated by the Buckley Broadcasting Corporation of Minnesota, and operates on a federally assigned frequency of 1280 kHz, with a full-time power of 5,000 watts.

WWTC now leaves the air to return at 5:30 a.m.

On behalf of the staff and management of WWTC, we wish you a very pleasant good morning/night.

2016-presentEdit

This is WWTC, Minneapolis/St. Paul; our transmitter located in St. Louis Park, our studios in the Builders' Exchange, downtown Minneapolis.

WWTC is owned and operated by the Salem Media Group affliate of Salem Media Group, Inc. of Minnesota, and operates on a federally assigned frequency of 1280 kHz, with a full-time power of 5,000 watts.

WWTC now leaves the air to return at 5:30 a.m.

On behalf of the staff and management of WWTC, we wish you a very pleasant good morning/night.