WOCC

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WOCC
WOCC logo.jpg
City of license Corydon, Indiana
Broadcast area Louisville, Kentucky
Branding Classic Oldies 102.7 & 1550
Frequency 1550 kHz
Translator(s) 102.7 W274AD (Corydon)
First air date 1964
Format Oldies
Power 250 watts (day)
6 watts (night)
Class D
Facility ID 54550
Transmitter coordinates 38°11′26.00″N 86°8′0.00″W / 38.1905556°N 86.1333333°W / 38.1905556; -86.1333333
Former callsigns WJDW (1979-1989)
WGZB (1989-1991)
Owner Richard Lee Brabandt
Website woccfm1027.com

WOCC (1550 AM) is a radio station broadcasting an oldies music format. Licensed to Corydon, Indiana, USA, the station serves the Louisville, Kentucky, area. The station is currently owned by Richard Lee Brabandt.[1]

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The station was assigned the call letters WJDW on 1979-09-29. On 1989-10-20, the station changed its call sign to WGZB, then on 1991-02-04, to the current WOCC.[2]
WOCC's call letters used to belong to the college station for Onondaga Community College in Syracuse, NY (which has been replaced by an online-only station). In 2013, WOCC(AM)gained an FM translator on 102.7 MHz with calls W274AD, simulcasting WOCC.

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