WZUU Kalamazoo powers up on 92.5

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Forum Communications, Inc. has announced that WZUU, an FM radio station now licensed to Mattawan, Michigan, is now broadcasting at full power on a full time basis. WZUU FM “The ZUU” previously broadcasting at 92.3 and licensed to Allegan, is now broadcasting on 92.5 as of 4:00 pm today.

WZUU-FM 92.5 provides Mattawan with its first radio station. This new station will cover the counties of VanBuren, Kalamazoo, St. Joseph, Cass, and Allegan. The music format of “Real Rock” includes current hits, Mancow's Morning Madhouse weekdays from 6 until 10, local radio veteran Scotty "Bud" Melvin hosting “The Afternooner” from 2 until 6 weekdays, and “Turk” taking calls and requests evenings from 6 until 10, rounding out this latest creation from Forum Communications, Inc.

Forum is the last privately held, locally owned, FM broadcasting company in the Kalamazoo metro radio market. Forum Communications, Inc was formed in 1982 and will continue to provide public service and public affairs airtime, giving promotional opportunities to local civic and non-profit organizations.

According to station general manager Tom Flynn, “We are excited to serve Mattawan and it’s citizens with quality programming, music, news, sports, and to be a part of such a large growth effort in Southwest Michigan”. Forum is also the licensee of WQXC-FM 100.9 “Cool 101-The True Oldies Station” in the Kalamazoo market.

 

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I love Mancow's show. Been a listener since '94 when he was in Chicago. What frequnecy output do you broadcast with? It's real fringe in the Benton Harbor area.

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