Radio Station Information
WSUS 102.3 FM
Sussex County's Variety Station
City of License:
iHeartMedia (formerly known as Clear Channel) (Ihm Licenses, LLC)
45-55 Mitchell Avenue
Franklin, NJ 07416
WSUS is an FM radio station broadcasting at 102.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Franklin, NJ and is part of the Sussex, NJ radio market. The station broadcasts Adult Contemporary music programming and goes by the name "102.3 WSUS" on the air with the slogan "Sussex County's Variety Station". WSUS is owned by iHeartMedia.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Sussex, NJ
Listener Comments and Reviews
i love your radio station the sings you play,it would be nice if all of the r and b singers get together and start making hits again.al green,patti labelle,patti austin,the o'jays,i mean just everybody.we need to bring them all back.there is a station for hip-hop.we need your radio station for new r and b all the og's need to start recording music again we miss them all it's not fair to let rap take over,i hate rap i love and always will love r and b
By: futurestar45 on June 8, 2011
Are you for real?? They should all get together and start recording new songs??? They are all either close to 65 years old or more than likely all dead. The internet certainly is full of idiots.... you being one of them.
By: Hugh G Rexxion on January 4, 2012
what you need is and old school specialist me someone who can add old school rap,jazz,disco,funk and r&b i was born and raised in--nj.--.
By: lewis. eg. collins jr. on December 30, 2013
I was so disappointed this morning, Thursday, 1/8/2020, to find my programing interrupted while you allowed a live "speech" by Donald Trump. You allowed him to propagate his lies to what I now realize is an audience which is not composed of independent thinkers and which believe this propaganda and false information. Shame on you. I will not be listening to your station any longer.
By: Wilma Knight on January 8, 2020
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