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The New WMOA1490.com

June 2, 2015
By Ben Marshall
 
Welcome to the NEW WMOA1490.com. A completely new website from the ground up, and everyone here at the radio station is very excited about what it means for us, and for you the listener.
 
When you listen to WMOA or WJAW you expect to hear about the latest weather updates, alerts around town, and news and information about your favorite sports teams as well. Now you can expect to find all that and more right here on our website.
 
Everyone here at the station are big sports fans and we all have at least one team we're probably a little to serious about ( O – H ? ) we love to talk about them, and we're excited to start writing about them for you too. With Shawn Jones as our Webmaster and Commander at the helm of this ship, our hope is that you'll come to our website everyday to check in on the latest news around the mid Ohio Valley and the latest news on the sports teams you care about. All the sports teams you expect to hear on our family of radio stations, you can now expect to read about right here.
 
If you're familiar with the old website you'll know that this has always been the place to read local news put together by the great news team we have here; in the winter time we are very diligent about posting school closings/ Delays and you can expect those things to continue. Last but not least the Listen Live feature, one of my favorite things, find the link at the top of the page, and you can hear your favorite WMOA DJ (I'd recommend tuning in between 10 – 2) and you're favorite local teams anywhere in the world. We also have the WJAW radio stream available for you when we are broadcasting a local sporting event.
 
We hope to make the Website better every single day and we encourage you to to provide us with listener/reader feedback by looking us up on the contact page and Emailing one of us specifically, or you can easily contact the writer of a post just by clicking on their name at the top of the post.  
 
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    St. Clairsville

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    82

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