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The Essentials

Call Letters: WEDJ
Frequency: 107.1fm
City of License: Danville
Metro(s): Indianapolis
Power: 1800 watts @ 604 feet (AUX: 1450 watts @ 459 feet) (Class A)
Format: Regional Mexican
Address: 1800 N. Meridian Street, Suite 201, Indianapolis, IN 46202-1433
Phone: 317.924.1071
Ownership: Continental Broadcast Group, LLC
Web Presence:

Station Personnel


GM: Bart Johnson
Chief Engineer: Kim Hurst
PD: Manuel Sepulveda
Mornings: Raul Brindis y Pepito (6am - 12pm)
Mornings: Viky (6am - 1pm)
Afternoons: Miguel Duarte ("El Pariente") (2pm - 7pm)
Weekends: Cinthya Perez
Weekends: DJ Altamiero
Weekends: Para el Camino (Sunday 10:30am - 11:00am)



President: Howard Warshaw
VP/GM/GSM: Stephen Ross
Chief Engineer: Wayne Miller
PD: Ken Dubree
MD: Mike Mitchell
News Director: Randy Ray
Promotions Director: Irma White


GM: Stephen Ross
GM: Steve Miller
Chief Engineer: Wayne Miller
News Director: Gordon Graham
Promotions Director: Tom Bowen
Promotions Director: Eric James
Promotions Director: Stephen Ross
Promotions Director: Charlotte Sherfey
PD: Dick Fullenwider
PD: Steve Ross
PD: John Noonan
MD: Theresa Metal
MD: Steve Miller
MD: John Clark
News Director: Bob Sanders
Irma Lee White


GM: Stephen Ross
Chief Engineer: Wayne Miller
PD/MD: Richard Bailey


GM: Dwight Barnette
GM: Russ Dodge (April 2006 - July 2009) (From GM at WXLW)
Chief Engineer: Phil Alexander
SM: Mark Clark (From GM at WKLU)
OM/PD: Tom Posz (Now out of radio)
OM/Marketing Manager: Stephanie Tatay-Myers (April 2006 - July 2009) (From WXLW)
OM: Scott Isenhart
OM/MD: Angel "Cuba" Chacon (OM: July 2002 - ?; MD: June 2001 - ?)
PD: Ed Weigle (March 2001 - ?) (Now with Nick Sommers Productions)
MD: Scott Sanford (Now APD/MD at KRZQ in Reno, Nevada)
Production Director: Ed Weigle (November 2000 - March 2001) (Now with Nick Sommers Productions)
Promotions Director: Stacy Brier (? - July 2000) (Now mornings at KRFR in Bakersfield, California)
Mornings: Billy Gibson (November 1999 - ?) (From weekends at WRZX)
Mornings: Mort (5:30am - 9:00am)
Mornings: Tommy Mason ("Couzin Buzz") (7pm - 12am) (July 2000 - March 2001; Nights: March 2000 - July 2000) (From mornings at WUZZ in Lima, Ohio) (Now mornings at WLFW)
Mornings: Manuel Martinez (6am - 11am)
Mornings: Cinthya Perez (News/Traffic)
Middays: Johnny Rico Hernandez (11am - 4pm)
Middays: Jason Pearlman (9am - 2pm) (Now weekends at WFBQ)
Middays: Tom Posz (Now out of radio)
Middays: Martin Jimenez ("El Tapatio") (1pm - 5pm)
Afternoons: Scott Sanford (2pm - 7pm) (? - ?; Nights: ? - ?) (Now APD/MD at KRZQ in Reno, Nevada)
Afternoons: Trent Michaels (November 1999 - ?) (From mornings at WZZI in Roanoke, Virginia)
Afternoons: Angel "Cuba" Chacon (4pm - 7pm)
Afternoons: Ricardo Guerro ("El Pajaro") (1pm - 6pm)
Nights: Mayraelisa Arroyo (7pm - 12am)
Nights: Lisa Biello (September 2000 - March 2001 (From APD/MD/afternoons at WARQ in Columbia, South Carolina) (Now PD at WHRL in Albany, New York)
Nights: Richi Rodriguez (5pm - 12am)
Overnights: Jason Bottom (November 1999 - ?) (From overnights at WTTS-FM)
Overnights: Mel Duncan (12am - 5:30am)
Overnights: Manel Ortiz (12am - 6am)

Station History

107.1fm signed on January 10, 1975.


MOR/Big Band format. Owned by Universal Broadcasting.


Owned by Gordon Graham with a MOR/Black format.


In October 1999, WSYW flipped from Jazz to Alternative. WSYW became WEDJ.


WEDJ changed formats again on March 16, 2001 to Regional Mexican.

For Further Reading...

Allan, Marc D. "Local FM radio may get its first Hispanic station." The Indianapolis Star. 8 March 2001. Page E9.

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