WSMM

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WSMM
City of license New Carlisle, Indiana
Broadcast area South Bend, Indiana
Branding 97.7 & 102.3 The Stream
Slogan Greatest Hits
Frequency 102.3 MHz
First air date July 2, 1991 (as WGTC)
Format Oldies
ERP 2,000 watts
HAAT 121 meters
Class A
Facility ID 63772
Callsign meaning W StreaM M
Former callsigns WSPW (2/1989-4/1989, CP)
WERQ (4/1989-5/1989, CP)
WGTC (1989-2002)
WZUW (2002-2003)
WWLV (2003-2004)
WOZW (2004-2006)
WZOW (2006-2008)
WOZW (4/11/2008-4/18/2008)
Owner Artistic Media Partners
Webcast Listen Live
Website thestreamlive.com (NOTE: stream1023.com is no longer updated and the Listen Live link no longer works. thestreamlive.com is the current and correct website.)

WSMM is an FM radio station licensed to New Carlisle, Indiana. The station broadcasts at 102.3 MHz and broadcasts an oldies/classic hits format branded as 97.7 and 102.3, The Stream, in simulcast with WZOW 97.7 FM Goshen. The station's programming is derived from Dial Global Local's Classic Hits/Pop format. It is owned by Artistic Media Partners.

On October 19, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. local time, WSMM became the first station in the United States to change to Christmas music for the 2010 Christmas and holiday season. [1][2] Prior to the current oldies format, the station broadcast an adult contemporary format also branded as The Stream.

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Coordinates: 41°43′37″N 86°24′29″W / 41.727°N 86.408°W / 41.727; -86.408