Because it shares the same frequency as clear-channel stationWFED in Washington, D.C., it broadcasts only during the daytime hours. However, their online webcast is available 24 hours a day. For many years, WAYS operated on the FM dial at 99.1, with a top-40 format. The station flipped to an oldies format in 1992, which was eventually "moved" to 105.5 (now WROK-FM), before leaving the FM band all together. The WAYS call letters, originally assigned to a legendary Charlotte, North Carolina radio station, were assigned to then-Multimedia-owned WMAZ-FM, in the mid-1980s. Prior to becoming 99 WAYS (said as "ninety-nine ways"), WMAZ-FM was known as FM 99. WDEN-FM, a top-rated country station, now broadcasts on 99.1 in central Georgia.