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Wmmi

WMMI
City of license Shepherd, Michigan
Broadcast area [1] (Daytime)
Branding We're Mid-Michigan Info
Frequency 830 kHz
First air date circa 1987
Format Talk
Power 1,000 watts (Daytime)
Class D
Callsign meaning We're Mid-Michigan Info
Owner Central Michigan Communications
Sister stations WCZY-FM
Website http://www.wczy.net/

WMMI (830 AM) is an AM radio station located in Shepherd, Michigan. It specializes in news and talk programming from a variety of providers, such as Michigan Radio Network, Michigan Talk Radio Network, Radio America, and Premiere Networks.

Programming

WMMI specializes primarily in political and news programming, airing many of the biggest names in AM talk such as Rush Limbaugh, G. Gordon Liddy, Fred Thompson, and more.

In addition, WMMI offers Michigan-focused news and talk every weekday with Michigan's Morning Show with Michael Patrick Shiels from 6A-9A. WMMI also airs Capital Pressroom and Ag Focus, two Michigan Radio Network programs of local interest, from 7A-8A.

On the weekends, WMMI airs an assortment of special-topic programs on a variety of interests, from cars to baseball to technology.

Sources

  • Michiguide.com - WMMI History

External links

  • Query the FCC's AM station database for WMMI


Coordinates: 43°33′42″N 84°45′00″W / 43.56167°N 84.75000°W / 43.56167; -84.75000

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