WDFN is a sports-talk radio station in the Detroit, Michigan, market. It broadcasts in the AM radio band at 1130 kHz, which is a clear-channel frequency. WDFN is not considered a clear-channel station because of its Class B status. WDFN is owned by iHeartMedia, and until the end of the 2008-09 NBA season, was the flagship station for the Detroit Pistons. It is affiliated with Fox Sports. WDFN is one of several sports-talk stations in metro Detroit, the others being 1270 AM (CBS Sports), 1090 AM (NBC), and 97.1 FM ("The Ticket"). WDFN is the only one of the four sports stations that carries a significant amount of community programming and infomercials unrelated to sports.
The WDFN studios are located in the Detroit suburb of Farmington Hills, while the station transmitter resides in Trenton.
WDFN is licensed to broadcast in HD.