Basic Radio Station Information
WSCC 94.3 FM
Charleston's news, talk and weather
City of License:
Goose Creek, SC
iHeartMedia (formerly known as Clear Channel) (Clear Channel Broadcasting Licenses, Inc.)
950 Houston Northcutt Blvd., Ste. 201
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
WSCC is an FM radio station broadcasting at 94.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Goose Creek, SC and is part of the Charleston, SC radio market. The station airs talk programming and goes by the name "94.3 WSC" on the air with the slogan "Charleston's news, talk and weather". WSCC is owned by iHeartMedia under the supervision of General Manager Alene Grevey.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Charleston, SC
Listener Comments and Reviews
Who is your guest on Saturday mornings that talks about a product called "arthro tx" and other supplements?
By: Mary on February 14, 2015
Who is on Sunday nights, before & after Bill Cunningham? Thx
By: Tony on September 15, 2016
I wish that you would replace Megan Mc Cain. She is only coping her father's views! She has no reason to be on a Fox station.
By: Chuck Jones on October 13, 2016
Can't reach you via phone. Reception of 94.3 in west ashley is interrupted several times a day for periods up to 10 minutes during Rush or Hannaty. Please monitor your feed and periodically check the west ashley area to determine cause and improve our reception
By: Rick on March 9, 2017
So nice.last Friday morning..... not having to listen to Kelly Golden ( the most annoying voice in Charleston radio ) Her fill in should have the morning slot.....put her mid-nite till 6
By: Anonymous on November 25, 2017
Good Morning! I am a regular listener, and I happened to catch a promotional show this past Saturday, March 31, 2018, on Dr. Janet's Glucomamine cream. I wrote down the number to order the product, but I've lost it! Is there any way you can help me track down the 800 number for the product?
By: Ed Blanton on April 4, 2018
Big fig fail is a candidate for the name
By: d Williams on May 16, 2018
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