WMML (1230 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Sports radio format. Licensed to Glens Falls, New York, USA, the station serves the Glens Falls area. The station is currently owned by 6 Johnson Road Licenses, Inc. and features programing from Fox Sports Radio. What is now WMML began operations in 1982, when daytimer WBZA relocated to 1230 from 1410, which at that time was a daytime only facility. At the time, WBZA was an adult contemporary station. WBZA flipped formats in 1986 to nostalgia, calling itself "Real Music". WMML began operations as a sports station in 1998, when WBZA returned to 1410.
The station signed off the air in early 2012 to build a new antenna and returned to air in March. It was announced when the station signed back on March 15 that WMML would be joining the New York Mets Radio Network, covering all 162 games, replacing WOFX, who decided to switch to the Boston Red Sox Radio Network for the 2012 season.