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WKCH
WKCH (106.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a classic hits music format. Licensed to Whitewater, Wisconsin, United States. The station is currently owned by NRG Media
NRG Media
through licensee NRG License Sub, LLC.[1] History[edit] The station was assigned the call letters WRLM on May 28, 1993. On September 1, 1993, the station changed its call sign to WISQ. Then, on June 14, 1996, its call letters were changed to WKCH.[2] In the 1990s the station simulcasted sister station WFAW
WFAW
until 1999 when it began running oldies music without imaging. It finally became "Kool FM K-106" by the end of 1999 then later reimaged to its current moniker "KOOL 106.5". On March 3, 2016 WKCH shifted its format from oldies to classic hits. References[edit]^ " WKCH Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.  ^ " WKCH Call Sign History"
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WMSE
WMSE (91.7 FM) is a non-commercial radio station in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, playing a wide-ranging eclectic music format run by volunteer DJ's
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WJTI
WJTI (1460 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Regional Mexican format playing a mix of salsa, mariachi and merengue. Licensed to West Allis, Wisconsin, United States, the station serves the Milwaukee area. The station is owned by El Sol Broadcasting, LLC.[1] The station's signal is translated by W250BN in West Allis, which broadcasts on 97.9 FM and forms the station's current branding.Contents1 History 2 Translators 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] The 1460 kHz frequency signed on the air in 1950 with the WRAC call sign. The owner of the station purchased another Racine station, WRJN-FM in 1969, changing it to WRAC-FM. A year later, the FM station flipped to a rock-leaning top 40 format as WRKR, and WRAC later adopted that call sign, simulcasting their FM sister station. It was also for a brief time WWEG ("The Country Egg") before returning to WRKR and again simulcasting the FM signal
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WTMJ (AM)
WTMJ (620) is an AM radio station in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
carrying a news/talk format, along with several local professional sports teams' play-by-play. WTMJ also simulcasts on an FM translator, W277CV (103.3). The station was the flagship radio station of the Journal Broadcast Group until April 2015, when it came under its current ownership of the E.W. Scripps Company. JBG also owned the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, WTMJ-TV
WTMJ-TV
and sister radio station WKTI, along with other media assets across the U.S. (WTMJ remains owned with WTMJ-TV and WKTI, with the Journal Sentinel owned by the Journal Media Group spin-off until their April 2016 merger with Gannett). WTMJ maintains studio facilities located on Capitol Drive in Milwaukee (this Art Deco
Art Deco
facility is known as "Radio City" in tribute to the New York complex of the same name), and its transmitter is located in Union Grove
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WNOV
WNOV ("860 AM") is a community-oriented urban contemporary radio station located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. WNOV is the only station owned by Courier Communications, but on January 18, 2008 it was leased to a new company called Radio Multi-Media, which took over operations.[1] As of January 24, 2012, the AM and FM translator went silent. WNOV later returned on the air in May 2012, broadcasting an urban contemporary format.Contents1 History 2 On-Air lineup 3 Controversy 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] WNOV began broadcasting in 1946 as WFOX, and at one time, aired a country music format. They became WNOV in 1967 and began targeting programming toward the local African-American community.[2] WNOV aired a variety of African-American-oriented programming, ranging from rhythm and blues music, gospel music, hip-hop and community affairs shows
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WOKY
WOKY
WOKY
(920 kHz "The Big 920") is a commercial AM radio
AM radio
station in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The station is owned and operated by iHeartMedia, Inc. and broadcasts a sports talk radio format. Its studios and offices, which became the home of all iHeart Milwaukee stations in 2000 after a building expansion, are located on West Howard Avenue in suburban Greenfield. The transmitter site is behind the studios.[1] WOKY
WOKY
carries several Wisconsin
Wisconsin
sports shows and syndicated programming from Fox Sports Radio. WOKY
WOKY
broadcasts with a 5,000 watt signal by day. But at night, to protect other stations on AM 920, it reduces power to 1,000 watts. WOKY
WOKY
uses a directional antenna at all times
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WLIP
WLIP
WLIP
(AM 1050 ) is a radio station located in Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States, serving the Chicago- Milwaukee
Milwaukee
metropolitan region along the west shore of Lake Michigan
Lake Michigan
with 250 watts, and also streaming worldwide at www.wlip.com. The station is owned by Alpha Media, through licensee Alpha Media
Alpha Media
Licensee LLC.Contents1 History 2 Current programming2.1 Music3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] At 8:00 AM on Sunday, May 18, 1947, WLIP
WLIP
signed on the air from the basement of the Kenosha National Bank Building at 625 57th Street in downtown Kenosha, licensed as a daytime-only station and 250 watts
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WISN (AM)
WISN (1130 kHz) is an AM talk radio station in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is owned by iHeartMedia, Inc., and is the home of local afternoon radio host Mark Belling, who occasionally substitutes for Rush Limbaugh on his national program. Its studios are located in the Milwaukee
Milwaukee
suburb of Greenfield and the transmitter site is in Dover. WISN operates at the maximum power for AM stations of 50,000 watts in the daytime and reduces power to 10,000 watts at night, when it must protect other stations on the 1130 kHz frequency. WISN can also be heard on the HD 2 channel of its FM sister station 97.3 WRNW. WISN became the new home for Milwaukee Panthers
Milwaukee Panthers
basketball broadcasts in 2007-08
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WSSP
WSSP
WSSP
(1250 AM) is a Milwaukee-based sports talk station owned by Entercom. Its studios and transmitter are co-located in Hales Corners. The station is the secondary home station for any play-by-play sports coverage on WTMJ 620 which conflicts with another event; for instance the Milwaukee Bucks
Milwaukee Bucks
air on WSSP
WSSP
if a Milwaukee Brewers
Milwaukee Brewers
game airs. If a Green Bay Packers
Green Bay Packers
game airs at the same time as a Brewers game, the Brewers game aired on WSSP. Packers games are almost without exception first priority and never pre-empted on WTMJ except in playoff situations for the other teams depending on how far either team advanced
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WZTI
WZTI
WZTI
(1290 AM) is a radio station in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
that currently airs an oldies format. The station is owned by the Milwaukee Radio Alliance, a partnership between Times-Shamrock Communications and All-Pro Broadcasting, along with sister stations WLUM-FM
WLUM-FM
and WLDB. Its studios are located in Menomonee Falls and the transmitter site is in Franklin. For many years, the station aired various African-American-oriented talk and music formats.Contents1 History1.1 WAWA 15902 Former logos 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] The station launched in 1947 with the WMLO call sign. WMLO was an affiliate of the ABC Radio Network. They later became WMIL. A sister FM station, WMIL-FM, was added in 1961. WMIL was affiliated with the CBS Radio Network from June 26, 1961 [3] until December 1963. The stations were owned from 1968 to 1988 by Malrite Broadcasting
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WJYI
WJYI (Joy 1340 AM) is a radio station in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. It runs a Christian format with Contemporary Christian music from Salem Radio Network's Today's Christian Music network. It also features brokered teaching and preaching programs from both local churches and national ministries. It also airs brokered ethnic programming (mostly German) and Polka music on Saturdays. It is known on-air as "Joy 1340/98.7". Under ownership of Saga Communications, its studios (which are shared with the other four sister stations) and transmitter are located in Milwaukee's West Side. History[edit] The station signed on the air as WEMP in 1935. In June 1943, WEMP became the first in Milwaukee to broadcast a 24-hour schedule.[1] They also carried various ethnic programs and sports broadcasts, including Marquette University basketball and the Milwaukee Brewers
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WRJN
WRJN (1400 AM) is a MOR radio station located in Racine, Wisconsin, and serving the areas of Racine, Kenosha and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The station is owned by David Magnum, through licensee Magnum Communications, Inc., along with local sister station WVTY. Its studios and transmitter are co-located in Racine. The station has a strong Racine-Kenosha based emphasis, featuring a heavy slate of local news. local sports and local information and talk, combined with its music format.Contents1 Talk
Talk
radio era 2 Sale to Magnum Broadcasting and format change 3 References 4 External links Talk
Talk
radio era[edit] From the late 1980s until 2014, WRJN carried a Talk
Talk
Radio format with a combination of local and syndicated talk
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WPJX
WPJX 1500 is an AM radio station, licensed to Zion, Illinois, that has aired a Spanish format since February 2011. The station is owned by Polnet Communications, who also owns WKTA Evanston, WNVR
WNVR
Vernon Hills, and WEEF
WEEF
Highland Park-Deerfield. The station transmits with a directional 250 watts of power from 3 towers located on the corner of Delany Road and 21st Street near Wadsworth, Illinois. The station's daytime signal serves northern Lake County, Illinois
Illinois
and Kenosha County, Wisconsin
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AM Broadcasting
AM broadcasting
AM broadcasting
is a radio broadcasting technology, which employs amplitude modulation (AM) transmissions. It was the first method developed for making audio radio transmissions, and is still used worldwide, primarily for medium wave (also known as "AM band") transmissions, but also on the longwave and shortwave radio bands. The earliest experimental AM transmissions were begun in the early 1900s. However, widespread AM broadcasting
AM broadcasting
was not established until the 1920s, following the development of vacuum tube receivers and transmitters
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WRRD
WRRD (AM 1510) is a radio station licensed to Waukesha and serving the Milwaukee
Milwaukee
area. The station currently airs a progressive talk format as of February 1, 2017.[1] The station is currently owned by Michael Crute (a co-host of one of the programs on station), through licensee New WRRD, LLC.Contents1 History 2 Previous logo 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] The 1510 AM frequency originally signed on as WAUX and later was the original home of the WAUK
WAUK
call sign until February 12, 2008. They had been a sports talk station since the early 1990s and the previous home of ESPN Radio. Prior to sports the station had a smorgasbord of formats, including variations of adult contemporary, country music, and talk
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WPTT (AM)
WPTT (1540 AM, "Party 92.9") is a radio station located in Hartford, Wisconsin, and serving the Milwaukee
Milwaukee
metropolitan area. WPTT is owned by Tomsun Media LLC, which is operated by David and Connie Stout. WPTT is a daytime-only station that is off the air during nighttime hours because it shares the same frequency as "clear channel" station KXEL
KXEL
in Waterloo, Iowa. As a result, the station simulcasts its signal on 92.9 FM using translator W225CP.Contents1 As a full service station 2 As Cruisin' 1540 3 Party 92.9 FM 4 References 5 External linksAs a full service station[edit] WTKM began broadcasting in 1951, and also has an FM sister station at 104.9 MHz, which began broadcasting in the 1973. Both stations ran a polka and full service format for most of their existence
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