WSCO
CityAppleton, Wisconsin
Broadcast areaAppleton-Oshkosh
Frequency1570 kHz
BrandingAM 1570 The Score
Programming
FormatSports
AffiliationsSB Nation Radio, Motor Racing Network
Ownership
OwnerWoodward Communications, Inc.
WAPL, WHBY, WKSZ, WKZG, WKZY, WZOR
History
First air date
1952 (as WAPL)
Former call signs
WAPL (1952-1978)
WVMS (1978-1985)
WRJQ (1985-2002)
Call sign meaning
The SCOre
(alternately WiSCOnsin)
Technical information
Facility ID72941
ClassB
Power1,000 watts day
331 watts night
Transmitter coordinates
44°13′4.00″N 88°24′33.00″W / 44.2177778°N 88.4091667°W / 44.2177778; -88.4091667
Translator(s)95.3 W237AA (Appleton)
99.1 W256DD (Oshkosh)
Links
WebcastListen Live
Websitethescorewi.com
Studios of WSCO and Woodward Communications
Studios of WSCO and Woodward Communications

WSCO (AM 1570 The Score) is a radio station broadcasting a sports format. Licensed to Appleton, Wisconsin, the station serves the Appleton-Oshkosh area. The station is currently owned by Woodward Communications, Inc. and features local, state, and National Programming.[1] WSCO is also heard on FM translators W237AA 95.3 MHz in Appleton and W256DD 99.1 MHz in Oshkosh. WSCO's studios are located on College Avenue in Appleton, while its AM transmitter is located in Menasha.

The station signed on in 1952 as WAPL. The call letters were changed to WVMS on October 4, 1978. On September 1, 1985, the station changed its call sign to WRJQ and to the current WSCO on January 31, 2002.[2]

References

  1. ^ "WSCO Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ "WSCO Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.