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The Essentials

Call Letters: WAWC
Frequency: 103.5fm
City of License: Syracuse
Metro(s): Warsaw
Power: 3000 watts @ 328 feet (Class A)
Format: Country
Address: 216 W. Market Street, Warsaw, IN 46581-2800
Phone: 574.372.3064
Ownership: Talking Stick Communications, LLC
Web Presence:

Station Personnel


GM: Woody Zimmerman
Chief Engineer: Jack Didier
SM: Dan Daggett
OM: Kris Lake
News Director: Teri Armstrong
Promotions Director: Chris Cage (November 2006 - Current) (From MD/afternoons at WMEE.)
Mornings: Teri Armstrong (6am - 10am)
Mornings: Chris Cage (6am - 10am) (November 2006 - Current) (From afternoons)
Nights: Dave Michaels (8pm - 12am)
Weekends: Dee Jay Silver ("The Country Club with Dee Jay Silver") (Saturday 8pm - 1am)
Weekends: Rise Up with John Ritter (Sunday 6am - 8am)
Weekends: Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40 (Sunday 8am - 12pm)
Weekends: New Music Nashville with Bob Guerra and Annie G. (Sunday 5pm - 6pm)
Weekends: Country Gold with Terri Clark (Sunday 8pm - 12am)


Owner/GM/SM/PD: Bill Dixon
GM: Patrick Brown
GM: Clint Marsh
Chief Engineer: Greg Stoddard
OM: Cathy Johnston
PD: Jarrod Humbarger ("Jay Michaels") (October 2006 - ?) (Now afternoons at WFMS)
News Director: Stacey Page
Sports Director: Jason Samuel (1994 - ?) (Now GM at WGCS)
Newsperson: Dan Eckelbarger
Mornings: Bill Dixon
Mornings: Todd Lucas ("Splash Lucas") (5:30am - 9am) (? - August 2005)
Mornings: Jarrod Humbarger ("Jay Michaels") (5:30am - 10am) (October 2006 - ?) (Now afternoons at WFMS)
Middays: Brent Randall (June 2001 - ?) (9am - 3pm) (From WKAM)
Middays: Ron Davis (10am - 3pm)
Middays: Kris Underwood ("Coyote") (10am - 3pm) (June 2007 - ?) (Was also OM under WAWC's prior ownership)
Afternoons: Troy Sherman
Afternoons: Ben Wagner (? - October 1999)
Nights: Bill Cloud
Nights: Ken Knapp (7pm - 12am) (November 2006 - April 17, 2008) (From weekends at WBTU.)
Nights: "CP" (8pm - 12am)
Weekends: America's Opry Weekend with Mike Terry (Sunday 6pm - 8pm)
Weekends: The Country's Hot List with Shawn Parr (Sunday 8pm - 12am)

Station History

103.5fm signed on May 31, 1991. In July 2006, William Andrew Dixon sold WAWC for $430,000 to Talking Stick Communications, LLC. Under Dixon, the studios were located at 10129 N. 800 E., Syracuse, IN 46567-9574. WAWC changed formats from AC to Country at 6:00am on Friday November 24, 2006. The first song of the new format was Alan Jackson's "Gone Country," and the station is now "Willie 103.5".

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