WIZZ

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WIZZ
City of licenseGreenfield, Massachusetts
Slogan"Your radio station for Music Memories"
Frequency1520 kHz
First air dateAugust 26, 1980[1]
FormatNostalgia
Power10,000 watts (day only)
ClassD
Facility ID54779
Transmitter coordinates42°36′12″N 72°36′21″W / 42.60333°N 72.60583°W / 42.60333; -72.60583
Former callsignsWPOE, WGAM[2]
AffiliationsAP Radio
OwnerP. & M. Radio, LLC
Websitehttp://www.wizzradio.com/
 
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WIZZ
City of licenseGreenfield, Massachusetts
Slogan"Your radio station for Music Memories"
Frequency1520 kHz
First air dateAugust 26, 1980[1]
FormatNostalgia
Power10,000 watts (day only)
ClassD
Facility ID54779
Transmitter coordinates42°36′12″N 72°36′21″W / 42.60333°N 72.60583°W / 42.60333; -72.60583
Former callsignsWPOE, WGAM[2]
AffiliationsAP Radio
OwnerP. & M. Radio, LLC
Websitehttp://www.wizzradio.com/

WIZZ (A.M. 1520 kHz) is a radio station licensed to serve Greenfield, Massachusetts, USA. The station is owned by P. & M. Radio, LLC. It airs a Nostalgia radio format.[3]

The station verifies signal reports by QSL card. At the top of the hour, WIZZ uses the same "V for Victory" time tone as WTIC in Hartford, Connecticut.

The station was assigned the WIZZ call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on February 1, 2003.[2]

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