Basic Radio Station Information
City of License:
American Education Foundation, Inc.
WOAM is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1350 KHz. The station is licensed to Peoria, IL and is part of that radio market. The station airs adult standards programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
i am so glad 1350 is back on the air i hope it stays on the air longer than last time it was on. would you please email me and let me know thanks I really love to listen to yous thanks 2891
By: james hertter on July 11, 2011
WOAM is under new ownership, Nelson Broadcasting, Inc. from Plano, IL. They are really back this time and began commercial broadcasting this morning with news, commercials, and announcer after equipment testing for about one month. They will remain an Adult Standards format station and will be more community oriented.
By: Larry Ware on July 29, 2011
THANK YOU for coming back on the air. This station and it's programming have been sorely missed. The Peoria area definitely needs and has an appreciation for a station with a format and line-up like this.
Thank you again!
By: Steve R. on August 6, 2011
I am delighted that you are finally back on the air. At last Peoria has a radio station that doesn't play Country or Rock. We enjoy your programming starting with Royce and Roger and continuing all day long. Thanks for returning!
By: Linda Harrison on August 25, 2011
Just listened to the R & R show online in AZ this morning. Great to hear Roger and Royce again! Have to ask,,,,Royce, which WHS English teacher had you read "A Tale of 3 Cities." I am guessing E. Sperling.
By: V and J in AZ on December 16, 2011
Why can't we e-mail WOAM? WOAM.com brings up some Japanese station. It would be nice to pass along "local" information about on-air discussions. For instance: "COP", as defined today, is not "Constable on Patrol". I remember it being about the uniform buttons made of copper. Thus, they were know as coppers, which has been shortened to
By: Skip Morris on January 17, 2012
Skip beat me to it. I had wanted to mention the same point.
The program is great!
By: Dave M. on January 17, 2012
Enjoy listening to you almost daily. At 11:58 this morning, what where you playing? Who is the artist, and the name of the music or CD. Thanks!
By: Donna Heller on June 17, 2012
So nice to hear music you can understand, the old favorites and classics too. The over 50 demographic still has the most buying power and they appreciate wat you are presenting for entertainment
By: Mike Kleiber on September 18, 2012
I'm waiting to hear the Royce and Roger show this morning, but all I hear is music and commercials???????? Have you again taken them off the air? If so this is a travesty as in the past.
By: Don Lewis on October 1, 2012
I AM LOOKING FOR A CD NAME OF LISA MARIE & ELVIS DUET CD. I HEARD SEVERAL SONGS ON THE STATION BUT THE ANNOUNCER DID NTO SAY THE NAME OF THE CD. CAN'T FIND IT. Please send it to me.
By: MELANIE MARTIN on February 15, 2013
Is there a way to contact the morning show?
By: Greg Parker on October 13, 2013
I really need the name of the female artist that sings (over the rainbow) as I would like to buy her C.D.
By: chuck Riddell on April 15, 2015
Love this station! The only one I listen to in my car.. But could you tell me the title of an instrumental I think from early 60s. It's vocals just sing lalalalalalala...lalalalalala...haha that's all I have to describe it...if you know what it is please let me know...thank you so much!
By: Liz on September 6, 2015
We hear WOAM F.M. on 88.5 here in Morris Illinois. We can only hear it in our vehicles and can't get it on any of our radios on our house. Is there something we can do to get it in our home? We LOVE this station with their easy listening beautiful music! So many songs that we haven't heard in such a long time-unless of course we get out our LP's. We sincerely hope that it's possible to get this in our home. Thank you for your time
By: steve and sara on February 3, 2016
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