The small town of Norfolk, Massachusetts has had a radio station on AM 1170 since March 1978, when John Quinlan, then a state senator, obtained a license to broadcast for WJMQ AM 1170. In the 1980s, the station's call letters were changed to WJCC. In the early 1990s, the station became WDIS. Over the years, New England broadcast notables like Janet Jeghelien, Dick Sinnott, Chuck Burgess, and Gene Lavanchy have all been employed at the station.
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WDIS AM 1170
100 Pond Street
Norfolk, Mass. 02056
How to Contact Us:
Main/Newsroom Telephone: 508-384-8255
Fax Number: 508-384-1530
General Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sales Email: email@example.com
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