ABOUT STATIONS

BAS Broadcasting Ohio Radio

BAS Broadcasting owns 8 radio stations between Toledo and Cleveland and Lake Erie and Columbus. We are locally owned with stations that are deeply entrenched in their communities. Each station features a mass appeal music intensive format, with community connected veteran announcers, extensive news, sports and weather coverage.

mix 102.7

Mix 102.7/WCPZ is a 50,000 watt heritage station anchored in the mornings by longtime morning show host Randy Hugg and The Morning Mix with veteran News anchor Steve Shoffner. Mix 102.7 targets 18-54 year olds with a slight female lean with a better MIX of music from the 80’s 90’s and Today. It’s a great choice for at-work listening and its huge coverage area makes it a favorite just about anywhere on the NorthCoast.

92.1 the wolf

92.1 The Wolf/WOHF is a 6,000 watt station where the Baby Boomers go to play. The Wolf features music from the 60’s and 70’s and is a big hit at work, at home in the car or the big party. Wakeup every morning with broadcast vet Maria Danza and local news, weather and sports with Tom Fullen. Hear local football/basketball games and Home of The Pittsburgh Steelers and Ohio State Buckeyes.

Eagles 99

Eagle 99/WFRO is a 25,000 watt heritage station featuring four decades of Today’s’ Hits and Yesterdays Favorites. Eagle 99 targets 30-64 year olds with a huge variety of music. It’s the station everyone can agree on at-work throughout the region. Great for listening all day…everyday! Wake up mornings with Mark Morris and news director Tom Fullen with all the local news and weather plus sports with Mark Fogg. Jon Kerns and live High School sports, Toledo Rockets and BGSU.

WLEC

1450 WLEC-AM is Erie County, targeting adults 35+. If it’s happening in Erie County…WLEC is there. Join Sandusky’s veteran broadcaster Mark Fogg plus Steve Shoffner with up-to- the minute news, sports and weather every morning and timeless favorites all day. WLEC takes center stage with local high school sports coverage, OSU and Cleveland Indians.

100.9 coast

WMJK-FM 100.9 Coast Country is a 6,000 watt station with a carefully blended mix of today’s new country music with a healthy dose of well tested, chart popping country songs from the 80’s and 90’s. 100.9 Coast Country targets Adults 18-64. Country music fans are fiercely loyal to their music and favorite artists. The music and local personalities are up-tempo and contemporary. What sets us apart from the others is our Classic Country Category..songs from artists who made country music what it is today. Local high school sports coverage all year plus the Cleveland Browns.

WTTF

1600 WTTF-AM-FM are Seneca County, targeting adults 35+.with Good Time Oldies. If it’s happening in Seneca County…WTTF AM-FM are there. Join John Spahr and the morning crew 6-10 plus Steve Shoffner with up-to- the minute news and weather every morning and Oldies all day. WTTF AM-FM local sports coverage are second to none with football and basketball coverage of area high schools, Heidelberg and Tiffin Universities.

Super Q 93.7

Super Q 93.7/WQIO is a 50,000 watt heritage station featuring 80’s to Today Favorites. Super Q targets 25-54 year olds with a female lean. It’s the station everyone can agree on at- work. Great for listening all day..everyday..anywhere in Central-Ohio! Wake up mornings with Curtis Newland and The Super Q Crew mornings and news veteran Laura Chase with all the local news, weather and sports.

13 WMVO

13 WMVO-AM-FM is Knox County, targeting adults 35+ with Feel Good Oldies. If it’s happening in Knox County… WMVO is there. Join Laura Chase and the Morning Crew 6-10 with up-to- the minute local news, sports and weather every morning and Feel Good Oldies all day. WMVO’s local football, basketball and baseball coverage is second to none plus OSU, Bengals and Cleveland Indians.