About

We have a long and wonderful history…

55 Years of Service to North Central Florida and We’re Still Growing Strong!

A Brief Overview of our History:

  • 1957. Station is founded as “Rock and Roll” WWKE, with theme and logo “Key Radio”. Early studios were in the old Legal Center, now the State Attorney’s building at the corner of NorthEast Pine Street and East Silver Springs Boulevard.
  • 1977. Studios moved to the Cascades Office Complex on Silver Springs Boulevard.
  • 1986. WWKE’s call letters changed to WOCA, heralding innovative “All News/Talk format.” New call-sign “cements” station to community it serves.

Our accomplishments run in the millions. We’ve proudly:

  • Sold untold millions of dollars in merchandise for thousands of valued friends and advertisers.
  • Aired an estimate of $30 million in no-charge, public service announcements.
  • Impacted the local market with more than $16 Million in payroll since 1965.

And…

During the past 55 years, we’ve brought Ocala Paul Harvey, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mike Huckabee, NASCAR, every Indy 500 race, the FSU Seminoles’ National Championships, the Florida Gators, the Tampa Bay Bucs , Miami Dolphins, Miami Hurricanes, Mrs. Bush’s Storytime, AM Stereo, Dick Clark Caravan of Stars, local government officials, and even Santa Claus!

We promise to continue bringing you all your favorites in Newstalk. We’re growing in a fast-paced marketplace and are totally committed to providing our community with lively, interactive information…..unequalled by any other station in the market.

WOCA Fact Sheet

Call Letters The Source WOCA 96.3 FM 1370 AM

Licensee

City Of License Ocala/Marion County, Florida

Coverage Area Ocala/Marion County

Format

NewsTalk

National Hosts

Mike Huckabee, Clark Howard, John Tesh

Local Hosts

Joe Martone  Air Talent / Live Remotes

Dan Martone  Air Talent /Host / Live Remotes

Larry Whitler And Robin MacBlane /AM Ocala Live!

Buddy Martin / The Voice Of Ocala

News

ABC National News And Sports

Local News

State News from FNN

Weather from FNN and WESH-TV

Sports

More than 80 Auto Races per year, including NASCAR and IRL

Florida State University Football