94.5 The Razor


WRZR (94.5 FM, “94.5 The Razor”) is a radio station broadcasting a classic rock format. Licensed to Loogootee, Indiana. WRZR hit the airwaves in Southwestern Indiana on Pearl Harbor Day (December 7) 1984 as WKMD FM Radio 94.3 owned by Community Broadcasting Services of Loogootee. The Station changed frequencies on August 13, 1994 to 94.1 FM. Hembree Communications was formed and purchased WKMD in August 1997. The Call letters were changed to WRZR effective January 1, 1998. The Station changed frequencies to 94.5 FM August 19, 1998. WRZR is operated by DC Broadcasting.

Aside from it’s excellent music format, WRZR is noted for its outstanding local sports coverage including Football (High School, Indiana University, & Indianapolis Colts), Baseball, Softball, High School Girls’ Volleyball, and Basketball (High School & Indiana University) that includes coverage of almost all of it’s surrounding counties! WRZR is a member of the IHSAA Championship Radio Network and airs coverage of IHSAA Network Football and Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball. WRZR features Boys’ and Girls’ IHSAA Tournament Coverage of High School Boy’s Baseball, and IHSAA Tournament Coverage of High School Girls’ Softball, and Volleyball. Coach’s shows on the Station include the North Daviess High School Football “Scotty Helms Coaches Show” and “Inside Local Basketball”, a weekly coaches show held during basketball season featuring the Coaches of the Loogootee Lions, Barr-Reeve Vikings, and North Daviess Cougars, along with the “Forecaster’s Club” which airs every Friday afternoon during the Basketball season. WRZR also carries Indiana Sports talk from Network Indiana, the state’s largest sports talk show held Friday and Saturday nights from August through May. WRZR is also an affiliate of the Indiana Hoosier Network and Indianapolis Colts Radio Network airing Indiana “Hoosier” Football & Basketball games, all respective coaches shows, and all Indianapolis Colts game day coverage.

WRZR also airs reports steadily throughout the week (Monday through Friday) to include “Network Indiana News” reports, “WRZR Local News” reports, “WRZR Weather” forecasts, and Agricultural reports throughout the day from “Brownfield”. Brownfield provides the top news headlines and Ag market information, customized to the area. The Brownfield team is made of ten agricultural journalists, all Broadcast Council members of the National Association of Farm Broadcasting, along with an Ag Meteorologist, a Washington D.C. Policy Analyst, and two Market Analysts.

WRZR airs Christian Services every Sunday morning from 10:30AM until 12 Noon.

WRZR “streams” all programming worldwide from this website with the exception of IU Sports.



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