WORD was never WFBC. It was, however, WSPA. Technically, WSPA and WORD swapped frequencies, which makes little sense given that 910 paired with 1330 should have covered the whole market.
To clarify my earlier post I meant since the branding of "WORD." (was News/Talk WORD before changing to NewsRadio WORD in the early 2000's) WFBC-AM 1330 became WYRD-AM in the mid 90's, even though you never hear that except at the top of the hour. They focus on WORD, which was 910 AM for many years before switching to 950 in the early 2000's.
As far as 1330 AM goes by the way, it does not seem to reach near as far as it used to. Have they lowered the transmitter power on that frequency in the last few years? I really don't understand why they continue to simulcast on three separate frequencies, anyways.