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WHCU Among New “Wall Street Journal This Morning” Affiliates

ITHACA/CORTLAND — WHCU is among several new affiliates airing “The Wall Street Journal this Morning with Gordon Deal,” according to a report published Wednesday. ┬áThe news/talk station, owned by Saga Communications, is one of ten new affiliates for the 30-minute show, which airs locally at 5:30 weekday mornings.

According to, the show was also recently added by stations in places like Kansas City, Grand Rapids, and Chattanooga. ┬áThe Wall Street Journal Radio Network says the show covers everything “from breaking news to in-depth interviews and business news analysis.”

Previously, WHCU carried “First Light with Dirk Van” for the 30 minutes preceeding the locally-produced “Morning Newswatch with Dave Vieser and Geoff Dunn.”

One Comment to WHCU Among New “Wall Street Journal This Morning” Affiliates

  1. Minor clarification – WSJ This Morning is a 5 hour-long program usually offered in one-hour blocks. WHCU 870/95.9 airs it at 5:00am before the Morning Newswatch comes on at 5:30am.

    A side note, WSJ This Morning briefly aired on sister station WNYY 1470 for the full 5:00a hour. According to the station website, it still airs the similar offering WSJ This Weekend on Sundays at 7:00am.

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