WCDX

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WCDX
WCDX 2008.png
City of license Mechanicsville, Virginia
Broadcast area Richmond, Virginia
Petersburg, Virginia
Branding "iPower 92-1"
Slogan "Interactive Hip-Hop and R&B"
Frequency 92.1 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air date August 20, 1984
Format Urban Contemporary
ERP 4,500 watts
HAAT 235 meters
Class B1
Transmitter coordinates 37°37′43.0″N 77°23′1.0″W / 37.628611°N 77.383611°W / 37.628611; -77.383611
Callsign meaning W Compact Disc X
former branding
Former callsigns WPUF (1984-1985)
WZZR (1985-1987)
WCDX (1987-Present)
Owner Radio One
(Radio One Licenses, Inc.)
Sister stations WKJM, WKJS, WPZZ, WTPS
Webcast WCDX Webstream
Website WCDX Online

WCDX is a Urban Contemporary formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Mechanicsville, Virginia, serving the Richmond/Petersburg area. WCDX is owned and operated by Radio One.[1]

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Juan Conde, who later became evening news anchor for local ABC affiliate WRIC-TV, was WCDX's morning man for most of the 1990s. [2]

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