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The Essentials

Call Letters: WSCH
Frequency: 99.3fm
City of License: Aurora
Metro(s):
Power: 1150 watts @ 525 ft. (Class A)
Format: Country
Address: 20 E. High St., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025-1820
Phone: 812.537.0944
Ownership: Wagon Wheel Broadcasting, LLC
Web Presence: http://www.eaglecountryonline.com

Station Personnel

Current


GM: Melissa Murphy
Chief Engineer: Bob Hawkins
GSM: Dona Ashley
SM: Kim Rudisell
PD: Robb Reel
MD: Dennis Drees
News Director: Mike Perleberg
Assistant News Director: Travis Thayer
Production Director: Robb Reel
Sports Director: Mike Perleberg
Mornings: Eric Boulanger ("Bubba Bo") (5am - 11am)
Middays: Bob Shannon (11am - 2pm)
Afternoons: Robb Reel (2pm - 6pm)
Nights: Joe Wade Formicola (6pm - 12am)
Nights: Liz Adams (8pm - 1am)
Overnights: Melody Morgan (1am - 6am)
Weekends: Jim Helms and Pete Arnold ("Country Gold Show") (Saturday 7am - 10am)
Weekends: "American Country Countdown with Kix Brooks" (Saturday 1pm - 5pm)
Weekends: Alison Wiegand ("Bubbles") ("It's Positively Eagle Country") (Sunday 6am - 9am)
Weekends: Bible Baptist Church (Sunday 9am - 9:30am)

Former

President/GM/GSM/PD: John W. Schuler
President: Marty Pieratt
GM: Allen Willis (January 2004 - Current)
SM: Joy Burke
MD: Barbara Schuler
News Director: Pam Rigacci
News Director: Chris McHenry
Production Director: Mike Perleberg
Middays: Chelsie Shinkle (10am - 2pm)
Middays: Darcy (11am - 2pm)
Early Afternoons: Bill Redwine (2pm - 4pm)
Afternoons: Russ Roberts (2pm - 6pm)
Afternoons: Fred Tomlinson (2pm - 6pm)
Nights: Amy Marie
Nights: Kim Stewart (6pm - 12am)
Weekends: Bob Shannon ("Eagle 99.3 Country Gold Show") (Saturday 7am - 9:30am) (From Afternoons)
Weekends: "Swap Shop" (Saturday 9:30am - 10am)
Weekends: Louie Dreith ("The Country Church with Louie Dreith") (Sunday 6am - 9am)

Station History

99.3fm signed on October 29, 1970. The WSCH call letters are for founder and original owner John Schuler. WSCH flipped formats from C&W to Country in August 2002. In November 2002, Dearborn County Broadcasters, Inc. sold WSCH to Pieratt Communications, Inc. Studios formerly located at 6857 Salem Ridge Road, Aurora, IN 47001-9244.


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