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WSKW (1160 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station licensed to Skowhegan, Maine. It is owned by Mountain Wireless and it carries a radio format of oldies music with some conservative talk and sports. The studios and offices are in the Lee Farm Mall in Augusta.

WSKW broadcasts with 10,000 watts by day and uses a non-directional antenna at all times. But because AM 1160 is a clear channel frequency reserved for Class A KSL Salt Lake City, WSKW must reduce power at night to 730 watts to avoid interference. The transmitter is off Middle Road (Route 104) in Skowhegan.

WSKW signed on the air on March 17, 1956. It originally broadcast on AM 1150 using the call sign WGHM. The station was powered at 1,000 watts and was a daytimer, required to go off the air at sunset each evening. It was owned by the Pineland Broadcasting Company.

In the 1970s the station changed to a Top 40 format with the WSKW call letters. It changed the call sign to WQMR in the late 1970s and simulcast the album rock format on co-owned 105.3 WTOS-FM. Later it aired an automated classic country format for several years, eventually changing call letters again to WQMR.

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