Fox Sports Maine
|City||WIGY: Madison, Maine
WFAU: Gardiner, Maine
WVOM: Rockland, Maine
|Broadcast area||Central Maine|
|Slogan||Three Towers of Sports Power|
|Frequency||WIGY: 97.5 MHz
WFAU: 1280 kHz
WVOM: 1450 kHz
|Power||WFAU: 5,000 watts
WVOM: 1,000 watts
|ERP||WIGY: 6,000 watts|
|HAAT||WIGY: 100 meters|
|Facility ID||WIGY: 28684
|Affiliations||Boston Red Sox Radio Network, Dial Global, Boston Celtics Radio Network, Black Bear Sports Network|
Fox Sports Maine was a network of sports/talk stations owned by Blueberry Broadcasting carrying Fox Sports Radio. Located in Central Maine, it comprised WFAU (1280 AM) in Gardiner, Maine, WVOM (1450 AM) in Rockland, Maine, and WIGY (97.5 FM) in Madison, Maine. Its studios were located in Augusta, Maine. The network also carried some CBS Sports Radio programming.
Boston Celtics Basketball
Select games of the Maine Black Bears
What's Brewin' Afternoon sports talk show, carried from October 2006-March 2007
Portland Sea Dogs Baseball
Previous to its sports trimulcast. 97.5 WQSK (then WIGY) and 1280 WFAU simulcasted the (then) sports format of WSKW and WHQO (now WFMX). WQSK also simulcasted WGUY Dexter, Maine and WKCG in the 1990s. WFAU was an Adult Standards format and WRKD (now WVOM) was a talk station carrying Rush Limbaugh, however for a time they were affiliated with ESPN Radio. The station also has carried New York Giants football, but elected to carry Westwood One's football coverage for the 2007 NFL season.
End of simulcast
In the summer of 2013 owner Blueberry Broadcasting dismantled the network, selling off WFAU (which became WJYE in 2014), switching WRKD (by then known as WVOM) to a simulcast of WVOM-FM/WVQM and WIGY (which would change call letters to WQSK) to a simulcast of WQSS/WKSQ.