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The Essentials

Call Letters: WRSW
Frequency: 1480am
City of License: Warsaw
Metro(s):
Power: 1000 watts - Day, 500 watts - Night (DA-Night)
Format: News
Address: P.O. Box 1448, Warsaw, IN 46581-1448
Address: 216 W. Market Street, Warsaw, IN 46581-2800
Phone: 574.372.3064
Ownership: Talking Stick Communications, LLC
Web Presence: http://newsnowwarsaw.com
Notes: Also heard on translator W259BJ

Station Personnel

Current

GM: Woody Zimmerman
Chief Engineer: Jack Didier
SM: Dan Daggett
OM: Kris Lake
PD/News Director: Phil Kuhn
APD: Tim Keffaber
Promotions Director: Chris Cage

Former

GM: Harvey Miller (Retired)
GM: Clint Marsh (Now GM for WAOR, WBYT, WRBR and WTRC-FM)
Chief Engineer: Jeff Snyder
OM/PD: Jay Michaels (October 2006 - ?; PD: May 2014 - ?)
PD: Roger Grossman
MD: Dan Daggett
News Director: Tom Murray
News Director: Tim Keffaber
Production Director: Coyote
ND/Sports Director: Roger Grossman
Mornings: Dee Daly (? - February 2008) (Now out of radio)
Mornings: Dan Daggett (5:30am - 9am)
Mornings: Mike and Mike (6:00am - 10:00am)
Mornings: Roger Grossman (News) (6:00am - 10:00am)
Mid-Mornings: Colin Cowherd (10:00am - 1:00pm)
Middays/Afternoons: Jim Brennan (12pm - 6pm)
Early Afternoons: Scott Van Pelt (1:00pm - 4:00pm)
Afternoons: Tim Keffaber (3:00pm - 6:00pm)
Afternoons: Roger Grossman (News) (3:00pm - 6:00pm)
Afternoons: Coach and Company (6:00pm - 7:00pm)
Nights: John Adams (6pm - 10pm)
Nights: ESPN Radio Tonight (7:00pm - 10:00pm)

Station History

1480am signed on in 1953 with an Oldies/MOR format. In June 1999, both stations moved from the Times Building at Market and Indiana Streets to their current location. At Midnight on October 16, 2000, WRSW(AM) and WRSW-FM split formats, with 1480am flipping to a sports format (ESPN Radio). At 6:00AM on May 12, 2014, WRSW(AM) flipped formats from ESPN sports radio to a news-heavy talk station, as "1480 News Now."


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