Note: This webpage is not affiliated with the radio station itself. For more information on how to contact the radio station, read below. If you have questions, e-mail us.

This Page Last Updated: Saturday 28 January 2017

The Essentials

Call Letters: WSEZ
Frequency: 1560am
City of License: Paoli
Metro(s):
Power: 250 watts - Day (ND) (Class D)
Format: Oldies
Address: P.O. Box 26, Paoli, IN 47454-0026
Address: 192 S. Court Street, Paoli, IN 47454-1322
Phone: 812.723.4484
Ownership: Diamond Shores Broadcasting, LLC
Web Presence:

Station Personnel

Current

GM/SM: Jerry Wall
PD: Jason Archer
News Director: Dave Dedrick
Production Director: Jason Archer

Former

WVAK(AM)

GM: Z. Denzel King, Jr. (Deceased 11 September 2001)
GM/PD: Virginia A. King (From PD) (Deceased 16 February 2011)
GM: Janett King (From PD/MD)
Chief Engineer: Arthur Little
SM: Ted Dooley
PD: Lon Sash
PD: Gary King (Also was Promotions Director)
News Director: Alma Dooley (Alma Likes)
News Director: Janett King
Promotions Director: T.M. Dooley

WUME(AM)

GM: J.D. Williams
Chief Engineer: Peter Boyce

WKKX(AM)

GM: J.D. Williams
Chief Engineer: John Smith
MD: Bob Mayfield
News Director: Dave Dedrick

WWWJ(AM)

GM: J.D. Williams
Chief Engineer: Pete Boyce
GSM: Debbie Williams

WSEZ(AM)

GM/SM: Imojean Apple
Chief Engineer: Todd Edwards
PD: Todd Edwards
Promotions Director: Imojean Apple

Station History

1560am signed on December 7, 1963.

WVAK(AM)

Owned by Z. Denzel and Virginia A. King, with studios on RR 3 (Telephone: 812.723.3600). WVAK(AM) became WUME(AM) in the late 1970s. Country and Western format.

WUME(AM)

WKKX(AM)

WWWJ(AM)

Big Band format.

WSEZ(AM)

In 2005, Indiana Patoka Development Corp. sold WSEZ to Diamond Shores Broadcasting, LLC with Diamond Shores taking over operations on December 1, 2005. In December 2009, WSEZ began operation under a Time Brokerage Agreement with Destination Radio, LLC. WSEZ added ABC Information Network news, Network Indiana news, and Inside Indiana Business. Also, Traskom installed a new BE transmitter, and Destination Radio added a new Vorsis processor. The new format and programming were aimed at visitors to nearby French Lick and West Baden Springs. The format and Time Brokerage Agreement ended after about a year.


Back to the Stations Index
All pages Copyright Blaine Thompson. Articles, photos, corrections, and other contributions should be e-mailed to the editors.