Media in Dayton, Ohio - Television Stations - Radio - FM Format

FM Format

  • WDPR 88.1 – Dayton Public Radio, classical
  • WCSU-FM 88.9 – Urban jazz and gospel
  • WUSO 89.1 - College radio (Wittenberg University)
  • WQRP 89.5 – Praise 89.5, Christian Praise and Worship
  • WLHS 89.9 - WMKV simulcast
  • WKCD 90.3 – Christian (based in nearby Cedarville, Ohio)
  • WYSO 91.3 – National Public Radio (based in nearby Yellow Springs, Ohio)
  • WROU-FM 92.1 – Urban adult contemporary
  • WGTZ 92.9 – Jack Format 50's-90's "We Play Anything" (Fly 92.9)
  • WFCJ 93.7 – Christian (WFCJ Inspiration!)
  • WLQT 94.5 – Soft adult contemporary (94.5 Lite FM)
  • WYGY 94.9 - Classic Country (94.9 The Wolf - based in Fairfield, Ohio)
  • WZLR 95.3 – Classic hits (95.3 The Eagle)
  • WHIO 95.7 – News and talk (WHIO FM) (Simulcasts with WHIO 1290AM)
  • WFTK 96.5 - Rock (96Rock - based in Lebanon, Ohio)
  • WYDA 96.9 - Contemporary Christian (based in Troy, repeater of K-LOVE 89.3 FM in Winchester, Oregon)
  • WSWO 97.7/101.5 - Ultimate Oldies (based in Huber Heights)
  • WUDR 98.1/99.5 - Flyer Radio (University of Dayton)
  • WKET 98.3 - "The Bird" Student run station out of Fairmont High School (Impact 98.3) (Based in Kettering)
  • WHKO 99.1 – Country (K99.1FM)
  • WCHD 99.9 – Top 40 rhythmic pop (Channel 99-9)
  • WEEC 100.7 - Christian
  • WCLI-FM 101.5 - Modern Hit Music (Click 101.5)
  • WUFM 102.5 - RadioU - Christian alternative and hardcore (based in Columbus)
  • WDHT 102.9 – Hip-Hop & R&B (Hot 102.9)
  • WGRR 103.5 - Oldies (Based in Hamilton, Ohio)
  • WXEG 103.9 – Modern rock (The X)
  • WTUE 104.7 – Classic rock
  • WNKN 105.9 - Country (The Rebel 105.9)
  • WDSJ 106.5 – Smooth jazz (Smooth Jazz 106.5)
  • WWSU 106.9 – College radio (Wright State University)
  • WMMX 107.7 – Hot adult contemporary (Mix 107.7)

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