|Broadcast area||La Salle/Peru, Illinois|
|Slogan||Where Streator People Listen|
|Translator(s)||98.5 W253BX (Streator)|
|First air date||September 26, 1953 (as WIZZ)|
|Power||500 watts (day)
64 watts (night)
|Callsign meaning||Where Streator People Listen|
|Former callsigns||WIZZ (1953-2001)|
|Affiliations||Cumulus Media Networks|
(Mendota Broadcasting, Inc.)
|Sister stations||WALS, WBZG, WGLC-FM, WIVQ, WSTQ, WYYS|
WSPL (1250 AM, 98.5 FM) is an American radio station licensed to serve the community of Streator, Illinois. The station is owned by Studstill Media and the broadcast license is held by Mendota Broadcasting, Inc .
WSPL airs Westwood One's "America's Best Music" adult standards format from late afternoons to early mornings on weekdays, and 24 hours a day on weekends. WSPL previously broadcast a news/talk radio format. As of January 2013[update], local programming on WSPL includes a morning drive show, the WSPL Morning Show airing Monday through Friday from 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM Central, hosted by Nick Deranek, and sports with Illinois Hall of Fame Broadcaster "Big Al" Hauessler, along with a tradio show called The Swap Shop, which airs Monday through Friday at 9:15 AM Central. Sports broadcasts include Streator Township High School football and simulcasts of Chicago White Sox baseball and Chicago Bulls basketball.
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