WSRW (AM)

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Coordinates: 39°9′58.00″N 83°36′25.00″W / 39.1661111°N 83.6069444°W / 39.1661111; -83.6069444

WSRW
City of license Hillsboro, Ohio
Broadcast area Hillsboro
Wilmington
Chillicothe
Washington Court House
Branding Buckeye Country 105.5
Frequency 1590 kHz
(also on HD Radio)
Format Country music
Power 500 watts day
25 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 65700
Transmitter coordinates 39°9′58.00″N 83°36′25.00″W / 39.1661111°N 83.6069444°W / 39.1661111; -83.6069444
Callsign meaning Serena Rose Winslow
(daughter of station founder David Winslow)
Affiliations Premiere Radio Networks
Owner Clear Channel Communications
(CC Licenses)
Sister stations WBEX, WCHI, WCHO, WCHO-FM WKKJ, WQLX
Website Official website

WSRW (1590 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Country music format. Licensed to Hillsboro, Ohio, USA. The station is currently owned by Clear Channel Communications and operates as a full-time simulcast of WCHO-FM as "Buckeye Country 105.5." WSRW features programming from Premiere Radio Networks.[1][2] WSRW began broadcasting on July 17, 1956.

WSRW is also notable for being the station legendary Cleveland-area radio personality Chuck Collier, a Hillsboro native, began his broadcast career at.[3] Collier would later voice-track for WSRW's previous classic country format before his passing in October 2011.

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