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The Essentials

Call Letters: WIFE-FM
Frequency: Formerly 100.3fm
City of License: Formerly Connersville
Metro(s):
Power:
Format: Country
Address: P.O. Box 619, Connersville, IN 47331-0619
Address: 406 1/2 Central Avenue, Connersville, IN 47331-1926
Ownership: Rodgers Broadcasting Corp.

Station Personnel

Former

WCNB-FM

GM: Emmett Jackson
Chief Engineer: Arthur J. Smith
Chief Engineer: Don Williamson
Chief Engineer: Robert P. Thayer
Chief Engineer: William Minck
Chief Engineer: Joseph Watson
PD: Francis Chomel
MD: Thomas ("Tom") Smith
News Director: Dennis Campbell
News Director: Francis Chomel
Promotions Director: Michael Peacock

WRCR-FM

WKWH-FM

GM: Bob Beeler
GM: Scott Huber
Chief Engineer: Marty Hensley
PD: Scott "Murray" Bate
Mornings: Scott "Murray" Bate
Weekends: Terry Turley (Retired 1 July 2007)

WIFE-FM

GM: John Trine
>GM: Jerri Pruet
Chief Engineer: Mike Peacock
SM: Ginger Dearth
PD: Marilyn Williams
PD: Randy Klemme
PD: Eric Butler
PD: Ted Cramer
News Director: Brett Briscoe
News Director: Mike Selke
Sports Director: Robb Reel
Mornings: Eric Butler
Mornings: Brett Briscoe (6am - 12pm)
Mornings: Ted Cramer (6am - 12pm)
Afternoons: Jordan Fox (12pm - 5pm)
Afternoons: Andy Scott (12pm - 6pm)

Station History

100.3fm signed on February 27, 1948.

WCNB-FM

WCNB-FM ran at 9800 watts at 270 feet, then lowered power to 6700 watts at 279 feet. Studios located at 406 Central Ave., Connersville, IN 47331-1926 (Telephone: 317.825.6411). MOR format.

WRCR-FM

WKWH-FM

Country format. Studios located at 102 N. Perkins Street, Rushville, IN 46173-1993.

WIFE-FM

Rodgers Broadcasting Corp. sold 100.3fm for $18 million to Radio One, Inc.. Once the sale closed, Radio One, Inc. moved 100.3fm's city of license to Norwood, Ohio (near Cincinnati).
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