WSIC

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WSIC
City of license Statesville, North Carolina
Branding 1400 WSIC
Slogan "Statesville's First Voice"
Frequency 1400 kHz
First air date May 3, 1947
Format News/Talk
Power 1000 watts (day)
1000 watts (night)
Class C
Facility ID 503
Callsign meaning We Serve Iredell County
Owner Iredell Broadcasting, Inc.
Website http://www.WSICweb.com

WSIC is a radio station operating in Statesville, North Carolina. The station started service on May 3, 1947,[1] along with its former sister station WMKS (originally WSIC-FM, then WFMX before splitting off in July 2006). The pair was the first AM and FM radio stations to sign on simultaneously in the nation. Some of WSIC's alumni include Ty Boyd and Harold Johnson. The station is owned by Iredell Broadcasting, Inc.

WSIC simulcasts its audio on Daystar Television Network's WHWD-LD 21.2 subchannel in Statesville, with studio video during local programming.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WSIC and FM Adjunct Start Simultaneously" (PDF). Broadcasting. May 19, 1947. Retrieved 27 September 2014. 

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Coordinates: 35°48′09″N 80°53′30″W / 35.80250°N 80.89167°W / 35.80250; -80.89167