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The Essentials

Call Letters: WYET
Frequency: 102.3fm
City of License: New Carlisle
Metro(s): South Bend
Power: 2000 watts @ 397 feet (Class A)
Format: 1980s Music
Address: 3371 Cleveland Road, Suite 310, South Bend, IN 46628-9780
Phone: 574.273.9300
Ownership: Sound Management, LLC
Web Presence: http://www.1023radio.com

Station Personnel

Current

GM: Arthur Angotti III
Chief Engineer: Bob Henning
National Sales Manager: Carrie Jones

Former

WLPZ-FM

President/GM/Chief Engineer: Scott Mahalick
GSM: George Mahalick
PD: Brad Simon
Promotions Director: Brian James

WSPW-FM

WERQ-FM

WGTC-FM

GM: Jim Leep (July 2, 1991 - 1996) (Deceased 4 February 2000)
GM: Peter Sumrall
Chief Engineer: Roland Ernest
National Sales Manager: Peggy Neer
SM: Nancy Xaver
OM: Mark Durocher (April 2000 - ?)
PD: Doug Montgomery
PD: Randy Lawson
PD: Walt Love
MD: Pat Riley
Mornings: Molly McLane (5:30am - 10am)
Middays: Mark Durocher (1pm - 3pm)
Middays: Bob Maxwell (10am - 1pm)

WZUW-FM

GM: Shel Leshner
Chief Engineer: Bob Henning
PD: Alan Hoover

WWLV-FM

Market Manager: Jack Swart (May 14, 2007 - March 27, 2008) (From Market Manager for the Cumulus stations in the Quad Cities, Illinois and Iowa) (Now GM of the Community Broadcasters stations in Sumter, South Carolina)
Market Manager: John Friend
VP/GM: Greg De Rue (VP: November 2003 - May 2007) (Now Market Manager for the Cumulus stations in Columbia and Jefferson City, Missouri)
OM/PD: Casey Daniels (? - October 2003)
GSM: Dave Wisniewski
Mornings: Gregg James
Middays: Marko (From nights at WNDV)
Afternoons: Alan Hoover
Weekends: NightRader
Airstaff: Patti Banner (Now morning co-host at KOLA in San Bernardino, California)

WOZW-FM (Take 1)

Market Manager: Jack Swart (May 14, 2007 - March 27, 2008) (From Market Manager for the Cumulus stations in the Quad Cities, Illinois and Iowa)
Market Manager: John Friend
VP/GM: Greg De Rue (VP: November 2003 - May 2007) (Now Market Manager for the Cumulus stations in Columbia and Jefferson City, Missouri)
Chief Engineer: Bob Henning
GSM: Dave Wisniewski
National Sales Manager: Carrie Jones
PD: Tommy Frank (? - November 2004) (Deceased 30 October 2008)
Afternoons: Casey Daniels
Weekends: NightRader

WZOW-FM

Market Manager: Jack Swart (May 14, 2007 - March 27, 2008) (From Market Manager for the Cumulus stations in the Quad Cities, Illinois and Iowa)
Market Manager: John Friend
VP/GM: Greg De Rue (VP: November 2003 - May 2007) (Now Market Manager for the Cumulus stations in Columbia and Jefferson City, Missouri)
Chief Engineer: Bob Henning
GSM: Dave Wisniewski
National Sales Manager: Carrie Jones
PD: Tommy Frank (? - November 2004) (Deceased 30 October 2008)
Afternoons: Casey Daniels
Weekends: NightRader

WOZW-FM (Take 2)

WSMM-FM

Market Manager: Jack Swart (May 14, 2007 - March 27, 2008) (From Market Manager for the Cumulus stations in the Quad Cities, Illinois and Iowa)
Market Manager: John Friend
GM: Shel Leshner (August 2013 - ?; Also September 1999 - March 2003)
VP/GM: Greg De Rue (VP: November 2003 - May 2007) (Now Market Manager for the Cumulus stations in Columbia and Jefferson City, Missouri)
GM: Ron Tarsi
Director of Sales: Tom Morgenthal (July 2014 - December 2014) (From Director of Sales for the Oasis Radio Group/Fort Wayne radio stations)
Mornings: Dave Sanders
Mornings: Deb Millin ("Wake Up Michiana") (6am - 10am)
Middays: Jeff Cruise
Middays: Steve Stuart (10am - 3pm)
Afternoons: John Summers
Afternoons: Nikki Reid (From overnights at KFMW in Waterloo, Iowa)
Evenings: Ted Richards
Nights: Jay Fox
Nights: Kathy Jones ("Wind Down Michiana") (8pm - 1am)
Overnights: Chris Michaels

WYET-FM

Station History

102.3fm signed on October 15, 1984 and again on July 2, 1991.

WLPZ-FM

CHR format. Affiliated with NBC's The Source. Studios located at 52063 Woodride Dr., South Bend, IN 46635

WSPW-FM

Mid-February 1989 through mid-April 1989.

WERQ-FM

Mid-April 1989 through the end of April 1989.

WGTC-FM

WGTC began using its call letters in May 1989. 102.3fm signed on as a religious station on July 2, 1991. Before going religious, WGTC was a country station ("Cat 102"). WGTC changed calls in January 2002 to WZUW.

WZUW-FM

WZUW flipped formats to classic rock on April 1, 2002. Owned by Artistic Media Partners, Inc. with studios located at 61300 Ironwood Road, South Bend, IN 46414. Classic Rock format.

WWLV-FM

WZUW changed calls to WWLV in March 2003. WWLV enjoyed a brief period as a Soft AC station "Love" - but switched formats back to rock (simulcasting with sister station WZOW) in July 2004. In early August 2004, it changed call letters to WOZW.

WOZW-FM (Take 1)

In early August 2004, it changed call letters to WOZW.

WZOW-FM

Late-March 2006 through April 2008.

WOZW-FM (Take 2)

102.3fm used these calls for roughly a week in mid-April 2008.

WSMM-FM

Flipped formats from Classic Rock to Classic Hits. In October 2014, Artistic Media Partners, Inc. sold WNDV-FM, WSSM-FM and WSMM-FM for $3.5 million to Sound Management, LLC. As Classic Hits "The Stream," their website was thestreamlive.com.

WYET-FM

WSMM flipped formats from Classic Hits to all 1980s music on Monday October 17, 2016 at Noon.


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