WDOR-FM

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WDOR-FM
Broadcast area Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
Slogan "Heart of the Door Peninsula"
Frequency 93.9 MHz
First air date 1966
Format Full Service
ERP 77,000 watts
HAAT 198 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 17308
Callsign meaning "Door" County
Owner Door County Broadcasting Co. Inc.
Webcast WDOR Webstream
Website WDOR Online

WDOR-FM is a radio station serving the Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin area, as well as Door and Kewaunee counties

History[edit]

Broadcasting first in 1951 at 910 AM and later adding 93.9 FM in 1966, WDOR has been the "Heart of the Door Peninsula" for over 50 years. Door County Broadcasting Co. Inc. and the Allen family and a few minority stockholders have owned WDOR for over half a century. On the basis of broadcast range and wattage, WDOR-FM is a regional superstation, and can also be heard across Lake Michigan in the Frankfort and Manistee, Michigan areas. The WDOR-FM tower is also shared with WRMW.

Programming[edit]

Programming includes local talk shows, local news, ABC News Radio, Mike Huckabee, and a music mix of Oldies, 1980s, 1990s & today's adult contemporary. Sports programming includes local high school sports, Door County League Baseball, Wisconsin Badgers Football and Basketball, and the Milwaukee Brewers.

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Coordinates: 44°54′22″N 87°22′16″W / 44.906°N 87.371°W / 44.906; -87.371