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City Conneaut, Ohio
Broadcast area Northwest Pennsylvania
Northeast Ohio
Branding "1360 WOW!"
Slogan "Boomer Tunes"
Frequency 1360 kHz
First air date 1959
Format Oldies
Power 5,000 watts daytime
35 watts nighttime
Class D
Facility ID 13724
Transmitter coordinates 41°55′32.0″N 80°32′32.0″W / 41.925556°N 80.542222°W / 41.925556; -80.542222
Callsign meaning W Walking On Water
Owner Matthew Jarvi
(Lake Effect Media)
Webcast WWOW Webstream
Website WWOW Online

WWOW (1360 AM) is an Oldies formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Conneaut, Ohio, serving Northwest Pennsylvania and Northeast Ohio. WWOW is owned and operated by Matthew Jarvi, through licensee Lake Effect Media.


WWOW launched in 1959. This station started out as a country station and had a lot of following with Kenneth Vaughn as veteran news director for 33 yrs.

The station has switched from talk, to oldies, to Catholic religious and back to oldies since May 27, 2005.

Since 2011, WWOW has been operating as Boomer Tunes Radio, "The Music of a Generation" on 1360WOW. 1360WOW has also expanded its sports coverage significantly by carrying the Columbus Blue Jackets and Conneaut Spartans football and boys basketball.

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