Radio Station Information
WUSO 89.1 FM
City of License:
The Board Of Directors Of Wittenberg College
WUSO is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Springfield, OH and is part of the Dayton, OH radio market. The station airs variety programming and goes by the name "WUSO 89.1 The Berg " on the air.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
my name is jerry zwecher and I would like to bring a new radio program to your station. The show is entitled "down the road apiece with count doowop." What I offer is retrospect of much of the fine music created from 1945-1965. This includes mainly doowop(group harmony) with some blues, jazz, pop, gospel sprinkled throughout. I have collected since the 60's and produced Sonny Til and the Orioles and one member of the Chantels to create some recording studio recordings. You could call me a true collector and lover of the music. This would be a series of one hour programs that I produce at home using a Wave Pad program into MP3 files and I could load them into a Drop box for you to retrieve. If you are interested I could mail to you a sample cd that you could hear it for yourself.
Jerry Zwecher 516 983 5555
3677 Highway C
By: jerry zwecher on February 13, 2018
Good day. I'd like to know the process to submit information for you to air a Public Service Announcement regarding an upcoming free event. The African Village Festival will take place on Saturday, August 18, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. in Columbus, OH. What specific information do you need in order to air a PSA? Thank you.
By: Alanla Jackson on May 20, 2018
Please play something off of the album Whitebelt by the poet Andrew Wallace
By: Andrew Wallace on May 21, 2018
Hello, my name is Mark Hutchison. I'm trying to get help making a dream come true before I lose all my memory. A couple years back I was in a work related accident. I lost vision in my right eye and I now have a brain issue that is causing me to forget. While trying to recover I would play over and over again Lauren Alaina. Music helped me recover and I would love to find a way to tell her thanks face to face. Shes coming to Ohio next month with Jason Aldean. I'm praying someone would pick up my story and help me in my dream. I have tried everything to make this happen. I have a lot of No's with no one wanting to help! Please dont be another. God bless!
614 378 3862
By: Mark Hutchison on July 14, 2018
I was wanting to know if you guys do new music or artists days. I just finished a song from my upcoming EP and just wanted it to be heard. How can I go about that. Peace to you
By: Dexter Howell on August 31, 2018
Years ago, while a student of Hama School of Theology, located on the Wittenberg campus, I hosted a jazz show on WUSO, following in the footsteps of Rich Stewart, another Hamma student. Later, as.
The Lutheran Campus Pastor at Northern Michigan University, I hosted the “The Campus Pastor’s Jazz Show on WBKX, the student station.
By: Sherwood glover on December 21, 2018
VINYL MUSIC LOVERS! COME TO OUR NEW HOME!
The Columbus, Ohio Record, CD & Music Memorabilia show is on Saturday, February 23 from 10 am to 4 pm at our new location The Eagles Club-3800 Westerville Rd-43224. Ohio’s best record show is in its 41st year and has been growing in attendance with vinyl finding a new audience! There are over 100 dealers’ tables selling anything related to music. Of course vinyl will be king, but you may find, cd's, dvd's, posters, record players, Beatle Dolls, Kiss Dolls, sheet music and who knows what! Hope to see you there! The Eagles Club, our new home, is only a little over 2 miles from the old location. Bring several empty bags and some friends! Admission is $5.00 and parking is free. Great food available throughout the day! The other 2019 show dates are: April 27-June 15-August 24 & Nov 2. For more information call Colleen’s Collectables at 614-261-1585.
By: Colleen Sariotis on February 6, 2019
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