Radio Station Information
City of License:
Town Of Acton, Massachusetts
WAEM is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 94.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Acton, MA.
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
LOVE this station!
By: Diane Walsh on September 14, 2017
Just stumbled upon this stations
All my radios are preset 94.9 now
I'm hooked - I plastered it in my fb page ! Want to tell all my friends to tune in !
Thank you !!
By: Donna walsh on September 14, 2017
This is a great radio station but I wish it had more power. I live in Concord and I can't get it without interference.
By: Ethan on December 16, 2017
Love this station!
By: Elizabeth Burke on January 2, 2018
Just fell on this station for the first time this morning. Im dancing all around the kitchen for hours! Awesome selection! No commercials! Thank you!
By: Lia on May 4, 2018
Great station - nice mix of classic rock and newer stuff... and no pop. Wish I could get it statewide.
By: Bob on May 19, 2018
Who's in charge of programming? Like everyone else I wish it had much more reach. Rock-On!
By: Richie on December 19, 2018
MSI is a nationwide energy brokerage firm located in Columbus OH. We are currently partnered with nearly every natural gas and electric supplier in the state of Massachusetts which virtually guarantees the lowest pricing.
Pricing is fairly easy to obtain, since you have probably been through this before, you probably already know. For reference all we require is a copy of your utility invoice(s) either email or faxed to us at 1-800-490-2762. Once we receive your invoice there are a few steps we take and they are listed below
• We send out for your historical usage (they send us your usage profile which is used for pricing)
• The historical usage will be sent to each supplier for pricing listing the specific pricing requirements for your account
• When all suppliers send their pricing in we will make a proposal for your account listing the bid results
• After proposals are done I will follow up with all the pricing and suggestions on your account.
MSI appreciates the chance to work with you and the opportunity to provide a competitive bid for your natural gas and electric.
For additional information see the attached brochure, energy procurement process and feel free to visit our web site www.msiutilities.com
By: Tim Berry on February 6, 2019
I've been listening a few days now. I was excited at first with the music selection and no commercials – what's not to like! But, it didn't take long to realize I was hearing the same songs over and over. A more aggressive addition of new songs would be appreciated [without pop, rap, and dance music please].
By: Dave on March 13, 2019
Love this station! It's like listening to someone's collection of 65 years of diverse genres modern music on shuffle. So enjoyable!
By: Peg Shaw on May 2, 2019
This station really is fantastic, and that is not an exaggeration! You can listen for hours without switching. I love all music, new and classic - so I'm not picky - but would love a stronger reach - because none of my friends closer to Boston know what I am talking about. It's "project" music - throw it on - and work, clean, or whatever. It's really a jem. One time I heard Tina Turner, next song was from Credence Clearwater, then Aerosmith, then Biggie Smalls. Great, great, great. Thanks 94.9fm!
By: Jessica on August 11, 2019
Love this station. Good music all day long. I am familiar with low power FM radio and can hear problems when they occur and right now, there is one. Today is September 20 and over the last few days the audio output is very compressed and clipped. This is a symptom that the audio gain to the transmitter is up to high and the built-in limiter in the transmitter is being slammed. If someone could pull that down so that the peaks are no more than +3 DB, that will return it to its awesomeness.
By: Jeff Donaldson on September 20, 2019
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