What does WAUK mean in Radio Stations?

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AM-1510 (day)/AM-1290 (night), Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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What does WAUK mean?

WAUK is a radio station licensed to the Washington County community of Jackson, Wisconsin, serving the Milwaukee area. It is known on-air as 540 ESPN. WAUK airs a blend of ESPN Radio talk and sports play-by play, along with local sports talk and play-by-play programming. The station is owned by Beaver Dam-based Good Karma Broadcasting, LLC, and owned by Craig Karmazin, son of legendary radio executive and current Sirius XM Radio CEO Mel Karmazin. It is the local rival of Entercom's all-sports station WSSP, and to a lesser extent WOKY, which simulcasts Madison's WTSO. Programming from WAUK is shared with WTLX in Madison, which is its sister station to west in the state capital city.

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