WOWO News/Talk 92.3 FM, 1190 AM, 107.5 FM & 97.3 HD2, locally owned and operated by Federated Media, provides you with northeast Indiana’s most complete source of local, national, and international news. We also feature the area’s most frequent, dependable weather forecasts and the region’s most comprehensive school delay and closures.
Thorough, informative, and entertaining, WOWO’s news anchors and reporters & talk-show hosts deliver live, in-depth team coverage and reporting of news events and issues.
You can hear WOWO News on the hour, and the half-hour, with breaking news first! Through our broadcast partnerships with FOX News, and the seasoned staff of meteorologists at ABC 21, you’re always in touch with the latest happenings news & weather-wise, here at home…or around the world!
WOWO Radio is proud to stand out as a local “electronic town hall” for Tri-State listeners. Our news and talk programs throughout the day feature a blend of local talent, as well as the most popular syndicated programming available, carefully chosen to reflect a presentation and point-of-view Fort Wayne residents can relate to.
2915 Maples Road
Fort Wayne, IN. 46816
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260-447-5511 (business line)
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Commenting Rules of Engagement
We believe that a community becomes stronger when people engage one another in honest, informed conversation.
We encourage you to share your opinions, using videos and images to explain your viewpoints.
But at the same time, we insist on a civil exchange of ideas on our social media pages.
So that we’re clear, we will not tolerate:
- Personal attacks on private people.
- Threats or insults.
- False, misleading or defamatory statements.
- Crude or obscene language, even if it’s obscured with dashes and other forms of punctuation.
- Hate speech.
- Contributors who hijack conversations, misrepresent themselves or promote commercial products and services.
Our community benefits when we engage in constructive conversations about the issues we face. We invite you to join us.
But if you cannot honor the letter and spirit of these rules, we’ll continue the discussion without you.