WOCM

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WOCM
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City Selbyville, Delaware
Broadcast area Ocean City, Maryland
Branding Ocean 98
Frequency 98.1 MHz
First air date 1965
Format Album Adult Alternative
ERP 3,000 watts
HAAT 143.0 meters
Class A
Facility ID 2200
Transmitter coordinates 38°25′20.00″N 75°8′23.00″W / 38.4222222°N 75.1397222°W / 38.4222222; -75.1397222
Callsign meaning W Ocean City Maryland
Former callsigns WSBL
Owner Irie Radio
Website irieradio.com

WOCM (98.1 FM, "Ocean 98") is an AAA/Rock radio station in the Ocean City area.

The radio station's studios are located at the Seacrets bar, restaurant, and nightclub in Ocean City. Both properties are owned by Leighton Moore.

Don Geronimo, recently retired from the nationally syndicated 'Don and Mike Show', briefly hosted a 2-hour live radio show on WOCM. [1]

WOCM Studios at Seacrets, Jamaica USA (Ocean City, MD)

History[edit]

This station originally signed on the air at 97.9 FM with the call letters WSBL (Selbyville) and featured a country music format.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schoenberger, John (Aug 4, 2008). "Geronimo Exits WOCM". Radio and Records. 

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