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Maine’s Talk Radio
420 Western Ave.
South Portland, ME 04106
Business phone: (207)-774-4561
Operations Manager: Chris Mac

If you have a Public Service Announcement request, please email
Neil Ravin
nravin@portlandradiogroup.com

To find out more about advertising on WZAN please contact:
Larry Julius
Sales Manager
207-822-5605
ljulius@portlandradiogroup.com

Portland Radio Group Leadership

Directions to Maine’s Talk Radio
From the North or South: Take 95 (The Maine Turnpike) to exit 46 (formerly 7a). Take a right off the exit. Take a right at the next light. Go straight at the next light. Staples and Burlington Coat Factory are on your left. We’re on your right just after Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
From 295 South: Take exit 3. At the first lights, go right. Go through one light and at the second light, turn right. Go straight through one light. Staples and Burlington Coat Factory will soon be on your right and we’re on your left just after D’Angelo’s.

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Advertising on Maine’s Talk Radio
970 WZAN Maine’s Talk Radio connects with thousands of listeners every week.  Imagine how many of them need your products or services right now!  Fifty?  A couple hundred?  You need to be talking to them.  Inviting them to your business, letting them know you have what they want and need!  You do want more business…right?  Advertising on WZAN is easy and very cost effective.

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