WSAU-FM (99.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a News/Talk format, simulcasting WSAU in Wausau. Licensed to Rudolph, Wisconsin, USA, the station serves the Stevens Point-Wisconsin Rapids area. The station is currently owned by Midwest Communications. WSAU derives a large amount of its programming from nationally syndicated Conservative talk radio shows, and also broadcasts sports, such as from the Packers Radio Network.
WSAU-FM was previously known as WIZD and had a history of simulcasting WOFM in Wausau under various oldies, classic hits and adult contemporary formats since the 1990s. In September 2009, WIZD changed its call sign to WSAU-FM and began simulcasting WSAU in Wausau.
History of call letters
The call letters WSAU-FM were previously assigned to a Wausau station (now WIFC) that began broadcasting August 29, 1948. It broadcast on 95.5 MHz and was licensed to The Milwaukee Journal.
Logo until 2015, when WSAU officially changed their logo