If you are having difficulties receiving the WROK signal, there's a good reason why. At some point Tuesday night, a part in our main transmitter went kablooey (a real radio engineering term) and must be replaced.

The consequence of the broken part is that the WROK signal is operating on reduced power at the moment. For many of you, this won't mean anything. However, if you are having a tougher time hearing your favorite WROK programming on your radio...well, first we apologize. Second, we invite you to temporarily stream the station online via our website. Or you can tune in via the RadioPup app for your smart phone or mobile device.

Again we apologize for any temporary inconvenience. If all goes according to plan WROK should be back to full power by Saturday morning.

Thanks for listening and for your continued support of WROK!

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