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WWZN is an AM radio station licensed to serve the Boston media market. Its programming is a time-brokered mix between progressive talk radio during the daytime (as "1510 Revolution Boston"), sports talk (as "1510 The Zone") and religious programming in the overnight hours (as "1510 Victory Radio"). WWZN is also the radio station for the Boston University hockey team as well as Boston University men's basketball, Boston College High School football, and Harvard football. On March 31, 2010 it was announced that WWZN will carry all Boston Red Sox games in Spanish.

The station's entire daytime lineup of progressive talk is brokered by current morning-drive host Jeff Santos, who also has helped furnish airtime for Stephanie Miller, Ed Schultz and Thom Hartmann in an arrangement with syndicator Dial Global.


WMEX: Influential jazz and Top 40 station

Founded in 1934 as WMEX by Bill and Al Pote, the station was originally on 1500 kHz, with 500 watts day, 100 watts night from a transmitter site off West Squantum Road in Quincy, near the then-WNAC/WAAB (now WMKI) site in the Neponset River valley. After several unsuccessful attempts to move to 1470 with a power upgrade to 5,000 watts, WMEX finally made the move (with power increase) in 1941, just in time for NARBA to move that channel to its current frequency, 1510 kHz. Throughout this period, WMEX operated as an independent...
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