|Broadcast area||Ocean City, Maryland|
|Slogan||The Best of Rock|
|Format||Adult Album Alternative|
|First air date||1965|
|Former call signs||WSBL|
|Call sign meaning||W Ocean City Maryland|
The radio station's studios are located at Seacrets, a massive restaurant and nightclub campus located along Assawoman Bay in Ocean City. The station features an eclectic mix of rock, reggae, and other modern hits, in a format not unlike a college radio station.
WOCM was one of the nation's first independent radio stations to broadcast over the Internet a live video feed of its jocks and visiting musical performers from its website.
WOCM is owned by Leighton Moore, who founded Seacrets in 1988, and is managed by David "Bulldog" Rothner, host of the station's "Rude Awakening Morning Show."
This station originally signed on the air at 97.9 FM with the call letters WSBL (Selbyville) and featured a country music format.
National talk radio personality Don Geronimo briefly hosted "Don Geronimo's Rockin' Soul Show" on WOCM, after having retired from the syndicated Don and Mike Show. The notoriously brusque deejay was fired by Rothner after a month on the air.
- Schoenberger, John (Aug 4, 2008). "Geronimo Exits WOCM". Radio and Records.[permanent dead link]
- "Bulldog: big personality, big expectations - OceanCity.com". OceanCity.com. 2011-10-21. Retrieved 2017-12-22.
- WOCM official website
- WOCM in the FCC's FM station database
- WOCM on Radio-Locator
- WOCM in Nielsen Audio's FM station database
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