(88.5 FM) is a high school radio
station broadcasting a variety
style music format
and serves the greater Ontonagon County
(approximately 17 mile radius). The station is owned and licensed to the Ontonagon
School Board of Education and is staffed voluntarily by the students of the High School and local community members.
The WOAS Radio Station broadcasts on weekdays (Monday - Friday) from 9:00AM (EST) to 10:00PM (EST) during the academic school year (September through June). The station also does selective broadcasting in August during the Porcupine Mountains Music Festival
Office hours are on weekdays (Monday - Friday) from 9:00AM (EST) to 3:00PM (EST) during the academic school year and the manager's office can be found by asking the school information office.
Media and Programming
In addition to the regular on-air Disc Jockey music, there are a number of syndicate shows that are commonly played including: Planetary Radio, Cowpie Radio, Power-Line, and special release media from the Home Grown Music Network.
format allows students and community staff to play a personal preference of genre during their respective on-air shows as long as it appends to the "terms-of-broadcast" concerning profanity
and other points. Some shows are also syndicated
from school groups and organizations
such as the "Spanish Club."
WOAS now features a complete digital media
system including three Compact Disc
(CD) players, a... Read More