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WCKY is an AM radio station in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, broadcasting at 1530 k Hz with 50,000 watts, and its transmitter is located in nearby Villa Hills, Kentucky.It is a class A clear channel station, sharing the frequency with co-owned station KFBK in Sacramento, and can be heard, particularly at night, over most of the eastern U. The station is owned by i Heart Media and uses the on-air nickname "Cincinnati's ESPN 1530." WCKY carries a sports talk radio format, and is the Cincinnati affiliate for ESPN Radio, including Mike and Mike in the Morning, and Scott Van Pelt.
This also explains why WCKY does not have to alter its signal to directional until three hours past local sunset; as the only station it is required to protect is KFBK, and since sunset in Sacramento is three hours later than in Cincinnati the signal will not travel toward KFBK until after dark.The station also features local sports talker Mo Egger.WCKY is the flagship station of the Cincinnati Bengals (along with WEBN, and are also simulcast on WLW after Cincinnati Reds baseball season ends). The station went on the air on September 16, 1929 at a frequency of 1480 k Hz on the AM dial.As such it attained a small but loyal following outside of Cincinnati but ratings in the conservative Cincinnati market were about half of the former oldies format.The WSAI call sign quietly returned to its previous frequency on the AM dial as sports/talk "1360 Homer" (which first appeared on-air in 1997 under the WAZU calls).