WAMM

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WAMM
WSVG-AM 2009.PNG
City of licenseWoodstock, Virginia
Broadcast areaWoodstock, Virginia
Shenandoah County, Virginia
Branding"790 AM WSVG and 1230 AM WAMM"
Slogan"The Talk of the Valley"
Frequency1230 kHz
First air dateAugust 3, 1981
FormatNews/Talk/Sports
Power1,000 Watts day and night
ClassC
Facility ID16000
Transmitter coordinates38°51′11.0″N 78°31′30.0″W / 38.853056°N 78.525000°W / 38.853056; -78.525000
Callsign meaningWe Are Musical Memories
former format
AffiliationsCBS Radio News
UVA Sports Network
Virginia News Network
OwnerShenandoah Valley Group, Inc.
Sister stationsWSVG
WebcastWAMM Webstream
WebsiteWAMM Online
 
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WAMM
WSVG-AM 2009.PNG
City of licenseWoodstock, Virginia
Broadcast areaWoodstock, Virginia
Shenandoah County, Virginia
Branding"790 AM WSVG and 1230 AM WAMM"
Slogan"The Talk of the Valley"
Frequency1230 kHz
First air dateAugust 3, 1981
FormatNews/Talk/Sports
Power1,000 Watts day and night
ClassC
Facility ID16000
Transmitter coordinates38°51′11.0″N 78°31′30.0″W / 38.853056°N 78.525000°W / 38.853056; -78.525000
Callsign meaningWe Are Musical Memories
former format
AffiliationsCBS Radio News
UVA Sports Network
Virginia News Network
OwnerShenandoah Valley Group, Inc.
Sister stationsWSVG
WebcastWAMM Webstream
WebsiteWAMM Online

WAMM is a News/Talk/Sports and Easy Listening formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Woodstock, Virginia, serving Woodstock and Shenandoah County, Virginia. WAMM is owned and operated by Shenandoah Valley Group, Inc.[1]

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