|City||Mount Sterling, Kentucky|
|Branding||WMST AM-1150 & 106.9FM|
|Slogan||"America's Best Music"|
|Frequency||1150 kHz, 106.9 MHz|
|Format||Adult Standards/Soft AC|
|Power||2,500 watts (day)
53 watts (night)
|Callsign meaning||Mount STerling|
Kentucky News Network (KNN)
Adult Standards (Dial Global)
|Owner||Gateway Radio Works, Inc.
(Gateway Radio Works, Inc.)
|Sister stations||WKYN 107.7 FM, WKCA-FM 97.7 FM, WIVY 96.3 FM|
WMST (1150 AM / 106.9 FM) is a radio station serving the Lexington-Fayette metropolitan area with an adult standards/soft AC format fed from Dial Global's Adult Standards satellite feed and is under ownership of Gateway Radio Works, Inc..
Other programming includes newscasts, from CBS News and the Kentucky News Network, live talk (some are local) and religious programs, including the nationwide syndicated show, "The Sunday Morning Wake-up with Chris" from August 2003 until December 2008 and was produced in the studios of WMST. Local air talent, Chris Conkright, also won the Edward R. Murrow Award for WMST in 2009 for "Best Newscast" in Small Market Radio for his entry, "Gateway Regional News at Five."
On a clear day, WMST-AM can be heard as far away West as Louisville, KY, as far away East as Morehead, KY, as far away North as Florence, KY and as far away South as Monticello, KY. The most popular item on the current programming line-up includes the locally produced show, "Mid-Mornings on Main" with Tom and Judy Byron and Dan Manley which can be heard weekday mornings from 8:20am until 10:30am. WMST airs five major newscasts ("Gateway Regional News") every weekday (6:00am, 7:00am, 8:00am, 12:00pm, 5:00pm).
In addition to the main station, WMST-AM is relayed by an additional stereo translator to widen its broadcast area.
|City of license||ERP
|W295BD||106.9FM MHz||Mount Sterling, Kentucky||250||D||FCC|
- WMST 1150 AM - Official Website
- Query the FCC's AM station database for WMST
- Radio-Locator Information on WMST
- Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WMST
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