WGDJ (Talk 1300) is an AM radio station broadcasting on 1300 kHz licensed to Rensselaer, New York. The station is owned and operated by Capital Broadcasting, Inc., which bought the station from Regent Communications and runs a talk radio format. WGDJ started out in 1963 as WEEE, a 5,000-watt daytime-only radio station. Hosts on the station, known primarily on-air as "Talk 1300," include Vandenburgh, New York Post columnist Fred Dicker, local host Al Roney, and Albany Mayor Gerald D. "Jerry" Jennings. Syndicated programs heard on WGDJ include Jim Bohannon, Lou Dobbs, Dennis Miller, John Batchelor, Roger Hedgecock and Dennis Prager Weekends feature Swap Shop, local brokered programming and programming from Salem Radio Network.
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