WBCB is not just another suburban radio station. It’s a vital part of the Lower Bucks Community, and has been since it went on the air December 8, 1957. Local news is covered with meticulous attention to detail. Our award-winning news department keeps listeners informed of what they need to know, as well as what they want to know. We are ready to reach out and provide an emergency notification system for any critical situation. WBCB is owned and managed by people who care.
Progressive Broadcasting Corporation’s President is Pasquale T. Deon, Sr. with Merrill Reese as the Vice President and General Manager. Merrill worked as a WBCB newscaster early in his career, before becoming the widely recognized “Voice of the Philadelphia Eagles.” When Pat and Merrill acquired the station in 1992, it was a dream come true. Both had a burning desire to return the station to its once cherished role as the lifeblood of the community. WBCB is now on the air 24 hours a day.
The programming features a perfect blend of news, talk, sports and music. Its hosts are bright, energetic air personalities who have earned the trust and affection of the community. In the past year WBCB has made numerous technical improvements, installing state-of-the-art equipment. Our new grounding system enables us to send out the strongest, and farthest-reaching, signal in the history of the station.