WNCO (AM)

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WNCO
City of license Ashland, Ohio
Broadcast area Ashland, Ohio
Mansfield, Ohio
Mount Vernon, Ohio
Branding Fox Sports Radio 1340
Slogan "Mid-Ohio's Sports Station"
Frequency 1340 kHz
(also on HD Radio)
First air date May 18, 1950 (as WATG)
Format Sports talk
Power 1,000 watts
Class C
Facility ID 2926
Callsign meaning North Central Ohio
Former callsigns WATG (1950-1959)
Affiliations Fox Sports Radio
Premiere Radio Networks
Cumulus Media Networks
Ashland University Eagles
Owner iHeartMedia, Inc.
(Capstar TX Limited Partnership)
Sister stations WFXN, WMAN, WMAN-FM, WNCO-FM, WSWR, WXXF, WYHT
Webcast Listen Live
Website wncoam.com

WNCO (1340 AM) — branded Fox Sports 1340 — is a commercial radio station licensed to Ashland, Ohio. The station serves the Ashland, Mansfield and Mount Vernon areas, collectively identified as the Mid-Ohio region. The station is under ownership of iHeartMedia, Inc..

Since September 10, 2012, WNCO runs a sports/talk format, airing content from Fox Sports Radio and Premiere Radio Networks. It originally aired an adult standards/oldies music format from Citadel Media's Timeless satellite feed until June 14, 2009, when it switched to an all-talk format.

It is also the flagship station for Ashland University Eagles football.

The station signed on May 18, 1950 as WATG, owned by Ashland Broadcasting Corp. headed by R. S. Burke.[1] It was acquired by Radio Ashland, Inc. on January 15, 1957[2] and became WNCO two years later.

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Coordinates: 40°50′25″N 82°21′26″W / 40.84028°N 82.35722°W / 40.84028; -82.35722