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Wloh

WLOH
Broadcast area Lancaster, Ohio
Branding 1320 WLOH
Slogan The Hocking Valley's Talk Station
Frequency 1320 kHz
Format Talk
Power 500 watts daytime
16 watts nighttime
Callsign meaning W Lancaster OHio
Affiliations Ohio State IMG Sports Network
Owner WLOH Radio Company
Website www.wloh.net

WLOH is an AM station which broadcasts from Lancaster, Ohio, southeast of Columbus. The station broadcasts a talk format and features syndicated hosts such as Bill Bennett, Laura Ingraham and Dave Ramsey. The station also airs three hours of local programs in early afternoon featuring local hosts Anne Darling and Tina Thompson. The station is owned by the WLOH Radio Company and is repeated on two FM translators: W284BD 104.5 in Lancaster and W257EQ 99.3 serving Hocking County from Logan.

WLOH is an affiliate of the Cleveland Indians and Ohio State Buckeyes radio networks and airs play by play of Columbus Blue Jackets NHL Hockey and local and regional high school football games.


Former on-air staff

Stan Robinson, recipient of the Russell W. Alt award for his 43+ years of promoting the last and best county fair in OHIO, The Fairfield County Fair and local broadcasting icon of such radios hows such as;Stan Robinson @ RJ Pitcher Inn.

External links

  • Official Website
  • Query the FCC's AM station database for WLOH
  • Radio-Locator Information on WLOH
  • Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WLOH
  • Radio Locator info on W257EQ
  • Radio Locator info on W284BD


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