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WEW (770 kHz) is an AM band St. Louis, Missouri radio station, currently owned by Birach Broadcasting. The station features a brokered ethnic format, except for a midday show which features easy listening Standards and big band music. WEW's daily schedule consists largely of foreign language programming, mostly targeting area Bosnians, and weekend programming featuring German, Italian, Polish, and Spanish. It licensed to broadcast only during daytime hours, with a power of 1000 watts on 770 kHz on the AM band. Its studios are located on Hampton Avenue in St. Louis, while its transmitter is located in Caseyville.

In July 2015, the station submitted an application to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission for a construction permit to raise its daytime power to 10,000 watts and add nighttime operation with 200 watts, while still protecting clear-channel station WABC (AM) in New York City.

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The driver of the lead van tenaciously chased the Duesenberg over the curb onto the grassy Mall, and Wew all four tires in the attempt.