WDMC-AM 920 

Original Call Letters: WMEG 

Originally Licensed: Jan 4, 1956 

Original City of  License: Eau Gallie  

Original Frequency: 920 

Origin of Call Letters: Owners Name; Divine Mercy Communications 

Original Power: 5,000 watts day/1,000 watts night

Original Location: 1800 Turtle Mound Road

Original Format: Catholic

Network Affiliation(s):

Ave Maria Radio


1956-Mel-Eau Broadcasting Co. c/o Victoria Martin
1957-Mel-Eau Broadcasting Corp.
1967-WMEG, Inc.
1973-Radio Melbourne, Inc.
1974-Elyria-Lorain Broadcasting Co.

1993-Twin Towers Broadcasting ($350,00)

2005-David Ryder (Receiver)
2007-Divine Mercy Communications Inc.  ($650,000)

History Of  Call Letters and Formats:

WMEG-1956-Full Service/MOR
WMEL-1993-News/Talk  "The Talk To Me Station"
WDMC-2007-Catholic  "Divine Mercy Radio"

Historical Note: The cities of Eau Gallie and Melbourne would consolidate as "Melbourne" in 1969.

History of WDMC
WDMC began as WMEG-AM 920. Divine Mercy Communications Inc purchased the license from David Ryder (Receiver) at the end of 2007. WDMC (Divine Mercy Communications) is scheduled to take to the air as a full-time EWTN Radio affiliate around March 20, 2008. The 5,000-watt station, which broadcasts at least 80 miles in every direction, plans to move to four towers, which will be built in Brevard County on the northern border of Indian River County.

On The Move   
In May 2015, WDMC moved to new facilities (studio, offices and chapel) to 2020 W. Eau Gallie Blvd. Suite 103. The new location is at the northeast corner of Croton and Eau Gallie Blvd. This location is home of Divine Mercy Radio operations.

Names In WDMC History
Bob Groppe-2007-President-Divine Mercy Communications Inc.
Norman Benz-2007-Chairman/Treasurer-Divine Mercy Communications Inc. 
Dick Van Mele-2007-Chairman of the Advisory Board-Divine Mercy Communications Inc.

WDMC studios in 2007

WDMC studios in 2015

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