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For over six years Appleton Sports Radio 95.3 WSCO has provided a low cost high frequency alternative in radio advertising that produces positive, profitable results for local, regional, and national advertisers. WSCO is the exclusive home for NASCAR, Milwaukee Bucks and Marquette basketball, and is also second to none when it comes to broadcasting Fox Cities Area high school games. 95.3 WSCO's combination of the best nationally syndicated talent from Sporting News Radio along with strong local shows like "The Home Stretch" with Justin Hull, all add up to a sports talk line-up that can't be beat.

Whether you're looking for a well-crafted radio advertising campaign, a live radio show from your business, or simply advertising during one of our game broadcasts, our well trained sales representatives will find the right fit for you. For details on how we can put the power of advertising on 95.3 WSCO to work building sales and profits for your business, call a member of our sales team today!
  
About AM 1570 The Score
Call Letters: WSCO
Dial Position: 1570 AM
Format: Sports Talk

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Justin Hull
Scott Stevens
Bill Scott
   Score Management Team
Greg Bell, General Manager - Email
Dave Edwards, Program Director - Email
John Wanie, Sales Manager - Email

Sales Team
John Wanie - Email
John Leopold - Email
Dan Hohnberger - Email
Greg Lawrence - Email
Todd Kapp - Email
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Appleton Business Office
2800 E. College Ave.
Appleton, WI 54915
Phone: 920-734-9226
Fax: 920-739-0494
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801 Hoffman Road, Suite 114
Green Bay, WI 54301
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