WMAN-FM

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Coordinates: 40°56′42.00″N 82°39′42.00″W / 40.9450000°N 82.6616667°W / 40.9450000; -82.6616667

WMAN-FM
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City of license Fredericktown, Ohio
Broadcast area Ashland, Ohio
Mansfield, Ohio
Mount Vernon, Ohio
Branding FM News Radio 98.3 WMAN
Slogan Mid-Ohio's FM News and Talk
Frequency 98.3 (MHz)
(also on HD Radio)
First air date September 14, 1987
Format News/Talk
ERP 860 watts
HAAT 189 meters
Class A
Facility ID 50121
Transmitter coordinates 40°34′58.00″N 82°28′25.00″W / 40.5827778°N 82.4736111°W / 40.5827778; -82.4736111
Callsign meaning "W-MANsfield"
Former callsigns WWMM (2011-2012)
WXXR (2005-2011)
WWBK (1992-2005)
WJMR (1986-1992)
WWMZ (1984-1986)
Affiliations Fox News Radio
Fox Sports Radio
Premiere Networks
Agri Broadcast Network
Owner iHeartMedia, Inc.
(Capstar TX)
Sister stations WFXN, WMAN, WNCO, WNCO-FM, WSWR, WXXF, WYHT
Webcast Listen Live
Website wmanfm.com

WMAN-FM (98.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a news/talk format as a simulcast of WMAN (1400 AM). Licensed to Fredericktown, Ohio, WMAN-FM serves the Ashland/Mansfield/Mount Vernon Mid-Ohio area. The station is currently owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. and features programing from Fox News Radio, Fox Sports Radio and Premiere Networks.[1][2]

WMAN-FM (then WWMM)'s simulcast of WMAN was originally a trimulcast with WMAN-FM (now WSWR) which ended on Thursday, May 3, 2012 at noon.

Prior to December 2011, the station was WXXR, which, along with Shelby-licensed WSWR (100.1 FM), programmed a classic hits format branded as "My 100.1/98.3." WSWR also featured an oldies format as "Crusin' 100." The WMAN simulcast began on December 26, 2011.[3] The first local program on the new FM signal was aired on December 26 "Rusty Cates & the WMAN Morning News". The first live high school sports broadcast on the FM signal was aired on Thursday December 29, a girls basketball game played between Clear Fork and Lexington with Josh Bowman on play by play and Rick Durkin as the color commentator.

On May 3, 2012 WMAN-FM 100.1 has split from its simulcast reverted to its previous classic hits format as "My 100.1," with the WSWR calls.[4][5] WWMM subsequently took the WMAN-FM call letters.

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