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The Essentials

Call Letters: WRWM
Frequency: 93.9fm
City of License: Lawrence
Metro(s): Indianapolis
Power: 2750 watts @ 492 feet (Class A)
Format: CHR
Address: 6810 N. Shadeland Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46220-4287
Phone: 317.842.9550
Ownership: Cumulus Media, Inc.
Network Affiliation(s):
Web Presence: http://www.i94hits.com

Station Personnel

Current

VP/Sales: Melissa Stoner (May 2012 - Current)
Chief Engineer: Nick Lopez (October 2010 - Current)
SM: Sherry Anno (November 2010 - Current)
PD: Jay Michaels (July 2012 - Current)
Production Director: Bob Simpson (From WIBC)
Mornings: "The Bert Show" (6am - 10am) (syndicated from Cumulus sister station WWWQ in Atlanta, Georgia)
Middays: Mary Kennedy (10am - 3pm) (Voicetracked) (Also overnights at KRBE-FM in Houston, Texas)
Afternoons: Jay Michaels (3pm - 7pm)
Nights: Perez Nights Live (7pm - 12am)

Former

WXTZ-FM

Owner: Mary B. Weiss

WGLD-FM

WGRL-FM

VP/Market Manager: Monte Maupin Gerard (March 1998 - May 2000) (Formerly VP/GM at WFMS) (Now out of radio)
Market Manager: Charlie Morgan (June 2000 - ?) (From GM at WGLD) (Now Market Manager at WFNI, WIBC-FM, WLHK and WYXB)
Chief Engineer: Jeff Goode
Director of Sales: Todd Schumacher (September 2003 - ?) (From GSM at WGLD)
SM: Tim Burns
LSM: Steve Mougeotte
OM: Sam McGuire (May 1997 - October 1998) (Now PD at WYNK in Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
PD: David Wood (Still with WFMS)
APD: Fritz Moser (Now nights at WLHK)
MD: Vicki Cub (August 1998 - ?) (Now out of radio)
News Director: Larry Leggett (? - March 1999) (Now out of radio)
News Director: Kevin Freeman (? - April 2002) (Now mornings at sister WFMS)
News Director: Michael W. Orr (Now an assignment editor at WTHR-TV)
Production Director: Johnny George
Assistant Production Director: Donnie Wall ("Donnie Claw") (? - December 2001) (Now Production Director at the South Central Communications Corp. stations in Evansville)
Promotions Director: Kay Feeney-Caito (1993 - ?)
Promotions Director: Hannah Ellington (July 2012 - June 2013)
Mornings: Trapper John (Morris) (5am - 9am) (It was a simulcast with WFMS) (Now weekends/fill-in at KSCS in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas)
Mornings: Deborah Honeycutt (5am - 9am) (It was a simulcast with WFMS) (Remains in mornings at WFMS)
Mornings: Jim Denny (5am - 9am) (It was a simulcast with WFMS) (Remains in mornings at WFMS)
Mornings: Mimi Pearce (5am - 9am) (It was a simulcast with WFMS) (Remains in mornings at WFMS)
Mornings: Jeffrey T. Mason (July 2003 - ?) (From APD/MD/Nights at WXXY in Highland Park, Illinois) (Now Nights at WJMK in Chicago, Illinois)
Mornings: Brent Lee (Producer) (5am - 9am) (September 1998 - February 2001) (It was a simulcast with WFMS)
Mornings: Gwen Scott (? - December 2002)
Mornings: Tom Willhoite ("Tommy Jordan") (January 2002 - ?) (From PD at WERK/WURK)
Middays: Fritz Moser (10am - 3pm) (From nights at WGLD) (Now nights at WLHK)
Middays: Vicki Cub (August 1998 - ?; Afternoons before that) (Now out of radio)
Middays: Buzz Craven (9am - 12pm)
Early Afternoons: Gwen Scott (12pm - 3pm)
Afternoons: Donnie Wall ("Donnie Claw") (9am - 1pm) (? - December 2001) (Now Production Director at the South Central Communications Corp. stations in Evansville)
Afternoons: Dana Marshall (? - February 2000; upped from part-time [? - September 1998], subsequently nights [September 1998 - ?])
Afternoons: Brent Lee (1pm - 6pm) (February 2000 - February 2001; upped from nights) (From WMDH and WFMS)
Nights: Chris Clare (6pm - 12am) (Nights: February 2000 - March 2001; upped from overnights)
Nights: Scott Roddy (Now PD at KAFE in Bellingham, Washington)
Overnights: Mike Carter (1996 - August 1999) (Now OM at WOAY in Oak Hill, West Virginia)
Weekends: Matt Carter (December 1999 - April 2000) (Now APD/MD/afternoons at KDAO in Eldora, Iowa)
Weekends: Alex B. Stinger ("Rick Barry")
Weekends: Allan Hackney
Weekends: "12 Inch Saturday Night"
Weekends: Casey Kasem's American Top 40 Flashback (Sunday's 7am - 10am)
Weekends: Joe Thunder (June 2000 - ?) (From nights at WKKG)

WISG-FM

Market Manager: Charlie Morgan (June 2000 - ?) (From GM at WGLD) (Now Market Manager at WFNI, WIBC, WLHK and WYXB)
Chief Engineer: Jeff Goode
Director of Sales: Todd Schumacher (September 2003 - ?) (From GSM at WGLD)
SM: Tim Burns
PD: Fritz Moser (Now nights at WLHK)
News Director: Michael W. Orr (Now an assignment editor at WTHR-TV)
Creative Services Director: Johnny George (? - May 9, 2006)
Mornings: Kurt Wallace (July 2003 - December 2006) (From mornings at WVFJ in Manchester/LaGrange, Georgia) (Now PD/afternoons at WAKW in Cincinnati, Ohio)
Mornings: Eileen Wooster (November 2004 - May 2006)
Middays: Fritz Moser (Now nights at WLHK)
Afternoons: Steve O'Brien
Evenings: Anne Richards
Weekends: John Mills

WWFT-FM

Market Manager: Charlie Morgan (June 2000 - Current; VP: April 1998 - June 2000; GM: ? - June 2000) (Now Market Manager at WFNI, WIBC, WLHK and WYXB)
Chief Engineer: Jeff Goode
Director of Sales: Todd Schumacher (September 2003 - Current) (From GSM at WGLD)
SM: Tim Burns
PD: Fritz Moser (Now nights at WLHK)

WRWM-FM

GM: Chris Wheat (September 2007 - May 1, 2012) (From VP/GM at the Entercom stations in Norfolk, Virginia)
Chief Engineer: Jeff Goode
Director of Sales: Todd Schumacher (September 2003 - ?) (From GSM at WGLD)
Director of Sales: Michele Kiefer
SM: Tim Burns
PD: Fritz Moser (Now nights at WLHK)
PD: Jeff Andrews
PD: Joe Kelly (March 2010 - September 2010)
Promotions Director: Monica Lunsford (May 2010 - July 2012) (Now morning co-host at KUPL in Portland, Oregon)
Mornings: Mel McMahon (5:30am - 10:00am)
Mornings: Monica Lunsford (June 2010 - October 2011) (Now morning co-host at KUPL in Portland, Oregon)
Middays: "Brittany" (10am - 3pm) (Voicetracked from Cumulus sister station WWWQ in Atlanta, Georgia)
Afternoons: Marco (3pm - 7pm) (Sepetmber 20, 2010 - July 2012) (From Mornings) (Now PD at WRQX in Washington, DC)
Nights: John Tesh (7pm - 12am)
Nights: Billy Bush
Weekends: John Tesh (Saturday and Sunday 7pm - 12am)

Station History

93.9fm signed on in February 1993.

WXTZ-FM

WXTZ signed on in 1993; its call letters stood for "Ecstasy." Owner Mary Weiss flipped the format in 1995 to satellite Sold Gold Soul format. After an LMA with Panache Broadcasting fell apart, Weiss changed formats again to the Jones Satellite Network Jazz format. The station was sold by Mary Weiss in January 1996 to Susquehanna Broadcsting. At some point, WXTZ was affiliated with Bonneville (satellite music service for its beautiful music/easy listening format?) Studios located at 4560 Knollton Road, Indianapolis, IN 46228-3052.

WGLD-FM

WGRL-FM

WGRL's calls are due to its original moniker as "The Bear," so "GRL" stands for "Growl." In 1997, WGRL moved frequencies from 104.5fm to 93.9fm. After a Thanksgiving Day through Christmas Day stint as "The Christmas Channel" in 2001, WGRL flipped formats to 1980's music as "Retro 93.9." On Monday July 5, 2004, WGRL went all TV theme songs and on Friday July 9, 2004 at 6:45am, WGRL became "93.9, The Song" with a contemporary Christian format. The call letters then became WISG.

WISG-FM

WISG was licensed to Fishers. The new WISG call letters became official on August 12, 2004 and those call letters stood for "Indianapolis' SonG." WISG's website was http://www.939thesong.com. Studios located at 6810 N. Shadeland Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46220-4287 (Telephone: 317.842.9550). Susquehanna Radio Corp. sold all its Indianapolis stations to Cumulus Media, Inc.. That $1.2 billion sale (which included 33 stations across the United States) closed on May 9, 2006. On Tuesday December 26, 2006, WISG switched formats to Talk and the call letters became WWFT.

WWFT-FM

Owned by Cumulus Media, Inc. Studios located at 6810 N. Shadeland Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46220-4287 (Telephone: 317.842.9550). On Tuesday December 26, 2006, WISG switched formats to Talk and the call letters became WWFT.

WRWM-FM

WRWM flipped formats from AC to CHR in 2009. WRWM formerly licensed to Fishers, but changed its City of License to Lawrence in late 2010 or early 2011.

For Further Reading...

Barlow, Saideh. "Maupin-Gerard out of WFMS' top job." Indianapolis Business Journal. May 8, 2000. 4, 10.

Lindquist, David. "Radio station reveals new Christian format." The Indianapolis Star 8 July 2004.


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