WTMR, Camden, NJ - Philadelphia, PA

The station began operations in the late 1940s as WKDN. "From the capitol to the cape" (Trenton NJ to Cape May NJ} It was originally owned by Ranulf Compton, and was a 1,000-watt, daytime-only station that broadcast middle-of-the-road music. The call letters became WTMR after the station was sold in 1968 to racing announcer Tommy Roberts. By the early 1970s WTMR's power had been increased to 5,000 watts. In 1975 the station began phasing out pop music in favor of religious programming. It was granted a license to operate at night during the 1980s.

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