WMMM-FM

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WMMM-FM
WMMM-FM Madison WI.png
City of license Verona, Wisconsin
Broadcast area Madison, Wisconsin
Branding 105-5 Triple M
Slogan "World Class Rock"
Frequency 105.5 FM MHz
(also on HD Radio)
First air date 1991
Format 105.5: Adult Album Alternative
105.5-2 HD: Blues music
ERP 2,000 watts
HAAT 175 meters
Class A
Facility ID 73663
Owner Entercom Communications
Sister stations WMHX, WOLX
Webcast Listen Live
Website 1055TripleM.com

WMMM-FM (105.5 FM MHz) is a radio station serving the Madison, Wisconsin area. The station is owned by Entercom Communications and runs an adult album alternative format as "105-5 Triple M." WMMM-FM also airs "The Delta," a 24-hour blues music format on its HD Radio subchannel (105.5-HD2).

Entercom Madison Operations Manager, David Moore, is responsible for programming 105.5 Triple M. Jonathan Suttin, of Jonathan and Kitty in the Morning, is the Assistant Program Director, Gabby Parsons is Music Director.

Regular station features[edit]

Local programming[edit]

  • Jonathan and Kitty in the Morning - morning show hosted by Jonathan Suttin and Kitty Dunn, featuring the World's Worst iPod on Wednesdays, Cheese or Font, and Rampaging Animal stories.
  • New Music Thursday - highlighting new and current releases, with a new song played at the top of each hour all day. Longtime on-air personality and station music director Gabby Parsons also pays a visit to Jonathan & Kitty's show to profile music from recently released albums.
  • The Radio Deli (weekdays) - host Stevi features songs related to a certain theme, such as a historic event, an artist's birthday, or even a concert announcement.
  • Dan Kennedy is on weekday afternoons and hosts 4 O' Clock Vinyl, a song played from an actual record, on a turntable.
  • Friday Feature (Fridays) - Songs and features profiling specific artists and events throughout the day.
  • The Nine O'Clock News - New releases are featured nightly, hand selected by Music Director Gabby Parsons.
  • Live from Studio M - Airs Sundays at 9am and 8pm, live performances and interviews with local and national artists. Dave Matthews, Sheryl Crow, Wilco, Ryan Adams, Michael Franti, the Lumineers, the Doobie Brothers, and hundred of others have appeared.
  • Project M - an annual reality-style competition featuring local artists; the champion sees one of their songs added to the station playlist and receives the opportunity to open for an Atlantic Records artist in concert.

Former local features[edit]

  • The Dream CD (weekdays during Jonathan & Kitty) - four listener-requested songs plus a letter explaining why the songs were chosen.
  • Q & A (weekday afternoons) - a question was asked and listeners suggested songs (or more precisely, songs with titles) that answered the question.
  • New Age Corner (occasionally during Jonathan & Kitty) - guests discussed everything from ear candling to cosmic debriefing.

Syndicated programming[edit]

  • Little Steven's Underground Garage (Saturdays @8pm)
  • Acoustic Cafe (Sundays @ 7am)
  • e-Town (Sundays @ 9pm)
  • The Grateful Dead Hour (Sundays @ 10pm)

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 42°57′32″N 89°29′24″W / 42.959°N 89.490°W / 42.959; -89.490