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WSJW (550 AM; “Relevant Radio”) is a radio station licensed to Pawtucket, Rhode Island, serving the Providence area. Established in 1950 as WPAW, the station is owned by Immaculate Heart Media and airs Catholic talk programming.
In 1948, a construction permit was issued for 500 watts on 1380 kHz for Pawtucket, Rhode Island. The station went on the air in 1950 as WPAW with local origination studios and transmitter originally located on the grounds of the affiliated “Peoples Coal Company” coal yard at 75 Mill Street in Cumberland, RI. In 1952, it moved to 550 kHz, and on October 13, 1961, the station was renamed WXTR. Broadast studios and transmitter were moved to along the Blackstone River at 101 John Street in Cumberland, RI. On March 25, 1972 the call letters changed to WGNG (“Gold-N-Great”) with the station adopting an oldies format. It quickly switched to top 40 in early 1973, then to “mellow rock” in the spring of 1977. Around 1980, the station returned to its “Gold-N-Great” format. The next callsign change occurred on Halloween 1985 when the station changed its call to WICE (which were vacated from 1290 in Providence, now WRPA). In 1992, WICE took on a country music format as “WHIM Country”, though the WICE call sign was retained; during this period, the format and WHIM call sign had been vacated from WHIM’s longtime home on 1110 (now WPMZ) in favor of CNN Headline News station WWRX. After 1110 returned to the WHIM call sign and country format in 1993, WICE moved to a sports talk format.The legendary Steve White hosted the Steve White Radio Flite from 1993-1995. In 1995, WICE was sold to Back Bay Broadcasters, owner of Boston business-talk station WBNW, with the intention of making it a Providence-market simulcast of WBNW; the callsign was changed to WPNW on June 16, 1995. WPNW, while largely a simulcast of WBNW, aired separate advertisements, along with Providence-market news, weather, and traffic inserts from Metro Networks. The format was retained when WBNW was sold in December 1996; however, WBNW’s local programming was cancelled, and virtually all of WPNW’s programming was thereafter provided by Bloomberg Radio. After two years of business talk, WPNW took on the adult standards programming of WLKW (790 AM, now WPRV), which had switched to a sports format, on October 20, 1997, with the WLKW call sign following suit on December 12, 1997.