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City of license Hemlock, Michigan
Broadcast area Saginaw-Bay City-Midland-Mt. Pleasant
Branding 94.5 The Moose
Slogan "Moose Country. More Music! More Money!"
Frequency 94.5 MHz
First air date 1959
Format Country music
Power 100,000 watts
HAAT 299 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 60787
Transmitter coordinates 43°43′36″N 84°36′16″W / 43.72667°N 84.60444°W / 43.72667; -84.60444
Callsign meaning Central Michigan
Owner Digity, LLC
(NM License, LLC)
Sister stations WGER, WSGW, WSGW-FM, WTLZ
Website 945themoose.com

WCEN-FM (94.5 FM, "The Moose") is a radio station broadcasting a country music format. WCEN has been licensed in Hemlock, Michigan since 2001. It first began broadcasting in 1959 and was originally licensed in Mount Pleasant, Michigan (though the tower location and signal pattern have not changed since the city of license change, and the station still has a local-grade signal in Mount Pleasant). The station has been playing country music since 1969 and as a full-time format since 1980.

WCEN has a relatively strong signal with the ability to reach the Mid-Michigan Thumb. During certain atmospheric conditions, it has the tendency to reach the Far northern Oakland County area, however the signal is not often strong that far south.

The station was once owned by Charles E. Anthony.

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