The news-talk station will now be available with the additional of a simulcast on WUSW 92.7 FM, starting September 1. WMAY will also remain at its current homes at 94.7 FM and 970 AM. Both stations are owned by Mid-West Family.
“Now more than ever, people across Central Illinois are relying on WMAY for breaking news and insightful coverage and commentary of important local, state, and national issues,” said Mid-West Family Springfield general manager Mike Paterson. “Moving WMAY to 92.7 FM expands its reach into downtown office buildings and to inform consumers in surrounding counties.
“The pandemic, the rebuilding of the local economy, the election, Statehouse scandals, and more – these are all reasons why people need a reliable way to stay informed and stay connected. Expanding our on-air reach, in addition to our streaming audio and our extensive online and social media presence, brings that vital information to every place that our audience needs it.”
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Mid-West Family Springfield also operates WNNS 98.7 FM and WQLZ 97.7 FM.