WZWZ

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WZWZ
City Kokomo, Indiana
Broadcast area Kokomo, Indiana
Branding Z92.5
Slogan Kokomo's Variety
Frequency 92.5 MHz
First air date 1964
Format Adult Contemporary
Christmas music (Nov.-Dec.)
ERP 6,000 watts
HAAT 99 meters
Class A
Facility ID 41850
Callsign meaning Z 92.5
Owner Hoosier AM/FM LLC
Webcast Listen Live
Website z925fm.com

WZWZ is an FM radio station owned by Hoosier AM/FM LLC in Kokomo, Indiana. The station operates on the FM radio frequency of 92.5 mHz. The station is located on the South side of Kokomo on State Road 26, just East of US 31.

For many years, WZWZ was assigned to 93.5 FM and to make room for a new FM license in Hartford City, WZWZ (Z93)agreed to moved its dial position to 92.7 in January 1986. All through the 1980s, listeners heard the slogan "Indiana's Hit Music FM" and the talent pool shared the likes of Dr. Dave Gross, Bob Richards, Tammy Lively, Pat Moore, Tom Wilhoite, Karen Joplyn, Glenn Thomas, Diane Costello, Lee McKay, Brandon Scott(Scott Howard) and John McGrue. The 1990s saw even more changes to WZWZ and Mid America Radio assumed ownership again and rebuilt this place into a very profitable business again. Another frequency change came in January 1995 and Z93 was now at 92.5. On-Air names who worked through the end of the decade included Amy Alexander, Matthew Paul, Regina Vorhees, Larry Brian, Jeff Steers, Tim Crank, Steve Morris, Alan Kaye, Allan James, Greg Bell, Rob Rupe, Amber Stearns and Greg Browning. Hoosier AM/FM acquired WZWZ in February 2009 and has since made a very substantial investment in the on-air sound and format of Z92.5. Early results have put the station near the top in cume listenership in the region. Kokomo's Variety, Z92.5 plays a Bright AC music format and features Jessica Green in the morning, Rob Rupe in Mid-Day and Kim Seals.


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Coordinates: 40°28′19″N 86°09′50″W / 40.472°N 86.164°W / 40.472; -86.164