Radio Station Information
Music of Your Life
City of License:
Midwest Communications (Midwest Communications, Inc.)
WDUL is an AM radio station broadcasting at 970 KHz. The station is licensed to Superior, WI and is part of the Duluth-Superior, MN radio market. The station airs adult standards programming with the slogan "Music of Your Life". WDUL is owned by Midwest Communications.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Duluth-Superior, MN
Listener Comments and Reviews
Why is the gopher game listed in the paper, but not on the air
By: jeff cadwell on February 2, 2012
NASCAR Fans in the Northland are many and we would like to thank WGEE 970 AM for NASCAR Race broadcasts. Especially as the weather warms up and we fans are enjoying the great outdoors, your broadcasts become even more important. We hope that WGEE 970 AM is able to continue to provide NASCAR Fans with this very valuable service. Thanks again.
By: Walt Bruley on April 23, 2012
Can the Radio Station WGEE of Superior WI make periodic announcements as a public service:TAILGATE TO RECOVERY all day SATURDAY OCTOBER 13,
A flood victim fundraiser outside at UWS on Mortorelli Dr. The Badger game will be televised on a large outdoor screen at 11AM, food vendors, inflatables for kids, prizes such as a grandfather clock and a football signed by the Packers, & 3 bands: Vintage Revival, Showtime & The Dark Side. 10:30AM - 8:30PM FREE. The United Way will manage freewill donations. Superior students Ben Erickson, Brandon Gustafson, Peter Kraus& Kelsey Reder, are your hosts at this Senior Project!
By: Diane Erickson on October 1, 2012
3 things i live in billings park neighborhood in superior - cant recive your signal so please at least stream your station would love to hear nascar racing - would b awesome if you broadcasted YELLOW JACKETS HOCKEY allso YELLOW JACKETS FOOTBALL and i allso enjoy ADULT STANDARDS music
thanks n hope hearing you soon over the internet hopefully in windows media format
By: george f louese on November 8, 2012
I would like to listen to Marc Levin for the 3 hours instead of 2. Several years ago he was on for 3 hours but the last hour has been dumped for Craig or whatever his name is. I turn off the radio until 1am, to listen to Coast to Coast.
My radio use to be on 24/7 but not anymore. I turn it off at 5am on Saturdays and Sundays, while other programed are aired. Then turn it on to listen to the fishing program, on Saturday am and again at noon for Cigar Dave. I do not fish or smoke but enjoy their programs. On Sunday am I listen to the gardening program. Then Is off until 1am 24 hours, until the weekend.
By: Elaine Eckart on July 10, 2015
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