Yes, there was a WKRZ-AM at one time.
When a new company bought WBRE AM and FM, the FM became KRZ, as noted a few months ago.
AM 1340 was handicapped by a weak signal, and being the poor sister of the big FM.
Here's where my memory gets fuzzy. I remember two AM formats-- standards and oldies. I'm not sure of the station's format when this sticker came out. I'm leaning toward standards because of the heart on the first line. The heart was a frequent symbol used by "Music of Your Life" stations.
I nearly wound up working there in the early 80's, during a flirtation with a news heavy format.
More fuzziness... there were a few sales along the way. It eventually came under the control of the company that had WILK-AM. At the time, you couldn't have two AM stations in the same town, so the weaker 1340 was sold again.
Something tells me 1340 had a religious format for a while.
It broadcast the NY Mets.
It had a little bit of everything.
The station was off the air for quite a while because the land where the tower stood in Kingston was sold. A new tower site was found near the VA hospital in Plains Township.
1340 now is called "The Game." It's a four station simulcast, broadcasting FOX Sports Radio.
Current call letters: WYCK. The web site Radio Locator says it runs at 810 watts 24/7, and that's not bad, on paper. I was driving south on Interstate 81 a few weeks ago, and the signal dropped out around Dorrance.
If I remember right, it was 1000 day/250 night back in the Kingston tower days. A former co-worker, who once worked for WBRE Radio, said the night time signal didn't reach Franklin St. in Wilkes-Barre.