WBMQ 630 or also familiar as “News-Talk 630 WBMQ,” is a radio broadcaster that is licensed to Savannah, Georgia. You can listen to the channel from the Savannah metropolitan area by tuning to the frequency of 630 kHz. The audience from the rest of the regions has access to its web streaming service through inernet. The station provides programming non-stop day and night by the transmitter, which is power by 4,800 watts during the day and 47 watts during night hours. The station is headquartered on Television Circle in Savannah while its shows are aired by the transmitter from Dulany Avenue near the Savannah River.
The radio broadcasted its first signal on the 29th of December 1939 by the call sign of WSAV (means SAVannah). In its early days, the channel aired its programming on 1310 kilocycles, which only required the power of 100 watts. The first home offices of the channel were located in the Liberty National Back Building. By the time, the station moved to the frequency of 1340 kHz in 1941 and served on this frequency till 1949. In 1977, the channel started to be called WKBX and used this call letter for the next eight years.
Nowadays, WBMQ 630 works under the ownership of Cumulus Media along with its sibling stations WIXV, WEAS-FM, WJCL-FM, and WJLG. You can not only get various services from its web portal but can also get updates about the station from its social media hubs.