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WLBJ (defunct)

WLBJ was the first commercial radio station in Bowling Green, Kentucky, signing-on in June, 1940. The station operated at 1410 kilohertz for much of its existence. Among the more significant local programs it produced were the 4 O'Clock Special, hosted by disc jockeys G. W. Boyum in 1947 and Brad Taylor in 1950, The Smilemaker, a morning and afternoon drive program featuring cuts from comedy albums by popular comedians, and Opinion Line, an Associated Press award-winning local public affairs program hosted by newscaster Mike Green in the 1980s.


WLBJ may refer to:

  • WLBJ-LP, a low-power radio station (104.1 FM) licensed to serve Fostoria, Ohio, United States
  • WLBJ (defunct), a defunct radio station (1410 AM) formerly licensed to serve Bowling Green, Kentucky, United States
  • WLRS (AM), a radio station (1570 AM) licensed to serve New Albany, Indiana, United States, which held the call sign WLBJ from 2003 to 2005