WBZZ (100.7 FM, '100.7 Star') is an American radio station licensed to serve the community of New Kensington, Pennsylvania. The station broadcasts a rhythmic-leaning Adult Top 40 format to the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, market. Owned by CBS Radio, the station operates at 100.7 MHz with an effective radiated power of 14.5 kilowatts. Its transmitter is located in Pittsburgh. The station originally signed on the air in 1963 as WPGH-FM with a power of 20,000 watts. In 1967 another FM license was dropped in Pittsburgh at 104.7. The WPGH calls went to 104.7, and the station at 100.7 became known as WNUF.
Contributions by 184.108.40.206, Bull-Doser, and Robert Moore.