WFDF 910AM audio can be found on Galaxy 32 Transponder 19C 4066.5 MHz 6.62Ms/S on the secondary audio channel of The Word Network.
WFDF (910 AM), which brands itself as 910 AM Superstation, is a News Talk radio formatted station licensed to Farmington Hills, Michigan, serving Metro Detroit.
The station is owned and operated by Kevin Adell.
The station began broadcasting in 1922 as WEAA in Flint, (before the FCC started in 1934). WEAA was licensed on May 25, 1922, but did not make its first broadcast until July 8, 1922.
The call letters were changed to WFDF in 1925, in honor of the founder of the station, Frank D. Fallain (1890-1968). WFDF is a Class B station broadcasting on a regional (not clear-channel) frequency.
In 2002, Cumulus sold the station to ABC and in August, the station began featuring programming from Radio Disney.
In 2003, ABC began preparations to move WFDF to the Detroit market. It announced plans for a new eight-tower array in Monroe County, south of Detroit at a cost of 15-20
Originally, ABC applied to use the new site only for daytime operation (with Flint in the northwest corner of the proposed daytime coverage area) and to continue using the extant site in Burton, east of Flint, during nighttime hours (since providing an interference-free nighttime signal to Flint from the Monroe County site, without exceeding the 50,000 watt maximum power limit, would have been practically impossible).
Shortly after WFDF started broadcasting with this two-site operation, ABC applied to change WFDF's city of license change their city of license to Farmington Hills, a Detroit suburb, with 50,000 watts of daytime power and 25,000 watts at night, both from the Monroe County site.
On August 13, 2014, Disney put WFDF and twenty two other Radio Disney stations up for sale, in order to focus more on digital distribution of the Radio Disney network.
On January 20, 2015, Adell purchased 910 AM from Radio Disney.
The daytime coverage for 910 AM Superstation includes the metro Detroit area and extends to the northern lower peninsula of Michigan, south to northern Ohio and Indiana, west into the Grand Rapids area, and east into Ontario, Canada.
The nighttime coverage for 910 AM Superstation includes the metro Detroit area and extends north to mid-Michigan and the Thumb area, south to northern Ohio.