Radio Station Information
WOKY 920 AM
Milwaukee's Sports Station
City of License:
iHeartMedia (formerly known as Clear Channel) (Clear Channel Broadcasting Licenses, Inc.)
12100 W. Howard Ave
Greenfield, WI 53228
WOKY is an AM radio station broadcasting at 920 KHz. The station is licensed to Milwaukee, WI and is part of that radio market. The station airs sports programming and goes by the name "The Big 920" on the air with the slogan "Milwaukee's Sports Station". WOKY is owned by iHeartMedia under the supervision of General Manager Jeff Tyler.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Milwaukee, WI
Listener Comments and Reviews
Hi, My Tyler, have been a listener to woky in morning noon and night, all day that station was on. I'm a senior that feels music is the best therapy, for everyone. Now I can't believe you took off the Country Classic music, for sportss, don't you think we have enough of that on TV, and other radio stations? We don't want to listen to the loud and crazy music that the teenagers do. So please consider the past members that have listened and supported you and the station. Why is something good is always taken away. Changes can be good, but it works both ways. So please help us no Rock music please, or loud fellows who don't know how to talk about anything but sports. Theres a time and place for that too. I've talked with many friends that feel the same way I do. I hope they take time to call you.
Thank you for your time. Please help.. Mrs Rosemary Fabina
By: Mrs. Rosemary Fabina on January 9, 2013
Hello Mr. Tyler,
I am disappointed that your station removed the Rich Epson show and replaced it with a shock jock who is a insults and belittles people with his racist and economic status rants. I do not understand how he was allowed back on the air. I can no longer listen to the big 920 when Dan Patrick goes off the air due to this horrible lineups change. I will tune in to 1250 instead as I do not feel this was a good choice with the double standards and racial unrest that Collin cowherd contributes to. I understand people need second chances but he is past 100 chances with me. I say let him wait behind ray rice and the others who are only on their second chances. Very disappointed with this selection. I really hope you reconsider and return rich Epson to the airwaves soon. Thank you for your time.
By: Marcus on April 5, 2017
I grew up listening to WOKY in the nineteen sixties, so did my siblings and all our friends. We lived across lake michigan in a small town(Ludington Michigan) water is a great conductor, our radios were always tuned to 920 WOKY, ninety miles across lake michigan my life changed, when i was blue , all the hits at the time made me happy, ln high school my friends all talked about the latest records on WOKY.. i later made a carrear in music, recently i did a version of BOB KUBANS THE CHEATER, I have won music treavia contest because i paid alot of attention to who and what was played on WOKY.to me it was the greatist station in the midwest. I live in Washington now but i can never forget 920 WOKY AM radio. and the bittersweet years that a radio station and the music that influenced my youth. even those jingles were fun. i miss you WOKY.
By: Joel Harris on July 28, 2018
My brother, Ron Thompson, was a DJ a WOKY in the mid to late 60s. He has since passed away (2019) and I have trying to find some information to tell his daughter. I know this is a long shot but during the time he was there, there was a newscaster (I think) that was a good friend of my brother's. For the life of me I can't remember his name but I think it was ___ James. I have tried several different variations online, I've tried looking up past employees (there are a lot of those) and nothing. I know this man was there in 1964 but that is all I can remember. Can you help me? Thank you in advance.
Deb Thompson Wachs
By: Deb Wachs on April 26, 2020
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