Radio Station Information
WOAI 1200 AM
San Antonio's News Radio
City of License:
San Antonio, TX
San Antonio, TX
iHeartMedia (Ihm Licenses, LLC)
6222 W IH 10
San Antonio, TX 78201
WOAI is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1200 KHz. The station is licensed to San Antonio, TX and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts News/Talk programming and goes by the name "WOAI NewsRadio 1200" on the air with the slogan "San Antonio's News Radio". WOAI is owned by iHeartMedia.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in San Antonio, TX
Listener Comments and Reviews
This is not a comment but a request for HELP ... A situation at Lackland, TX AFB at which an Airman (Nena Jorden) is being held for an unknown investigation and is currently being held in the medical unit. After contacting Maxwell AFB who referred me to leaders at Lackland to include the Base Commander's office (Edwards) and the Command Chief's office (Orrie) who then referred me to the 737 Group Commander's office (Edmington) who referred me to the Senior Master Sergeant (Bell) and Master Sergeant's offices (Walls), NO ONE could answer why Airman Jorden is being held. She has now been in the medical unit for over a month waiting to sign off on an LON (Letter of Notice), but was told that because she was a witness to an investigation Lackland wanted to hold her for questioning. Jorden who enlisted and went for basic training became ill after 2 weeks in. At first the unit placed her in a med hold status pending their treatment of her condition. Later, she was told she would be released to see her personal physician, and could re-enlist once cleared. Instead, Jorden has been detained due to an investigation now turned over to OSI at Maxwell. Also, since her placement in the medical unit she along with other female airmen were moved to a dorm that has unhealthy living conditions … a non-working restroom and no air conditioning. They have been sleeping in temperatures of heat exceeding 85 degrees at night. In talking with the liaison, Chief Dillion, he rudely stated to my husband "Do what you got to do!" Please help us get our daughter home. Thank you.
By: Wanda Williams on September 2, 2014
I'd like someone to contact me about advertising on the Garden Show that you have on the w/ends! My phone # 512-656-1998. My e-mail is above. I work for Nitro Phos Fertilizers out of Houston. We advertise on KTRH 740 in Houston on the Randy Lemmon show. We also advertise in Beaumont, too.
By: Tom O'Rourke on October 18, 2018
What's the matter with your signal? It's been rotten for several days--lots of static. gbm
By: G.B.Murray on August 20, 2020
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