WCYO

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WCYO
Coyote logo.jpg
City of license Irvine, Kentucky
Broadcast area Richmond and Central Kentucky including Lexington
Branding The Country Classics & The Best Songs From Today! 100.7 The Coyote
Slogan "Live and Local"
Frequency 100.7 MHz
First air date March 24, 1988
Format Country
ERP 9,200 watts
HAAT 154 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 34247
Transmitter coordinates 37°39′40.00″N 84°8′55.00″W / 37.6611111°N 84.1486111°W / 37.6611111; -84.1486111
Callsign meaning W CoYOte
Affiliations EKU Sports, ABC News, Dial Global
Owner Wallingford Communications, LLC
Sister stations WLFX and WEKY, WKXO, and WIRV
Webcast Listen Live
Website wcyofm.com

WCYO (100.7 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Country music format. Licensed to Irvine, Kentucky, USA, the station serves Richmond, Kentucky and surrounding communities, including Lexington. The station is currently owned by Wallingford Communications.

History[edit]

The station went on the air as WCYO on 1988-03-24. on 1991-04-05, the station changed its call sign to the current WCYO.[1]

On-air[edit]

No one right now 6am-10am
No one right now either 10am-3pm
The Drive Home with Andy Colley 3pm-7pm
Lia 7pm-12am (M-Thur,Sat)
Classic Request Live with Ron Lykins 7p-12am (Fri)
Retro Country USA 6am-8am Sun
Rick Jackson's Country Classics 12pm-3pm Sun
Steve Warren & The Country Oldies Show 3pm-5pm Sun
Bluegrass Express with Charlie Hall 6pm-10pm Sun
Into The Blue 10pm-11pm Sun

Sports programming[edit]

100.7 The Coyote is the flagship station for Eastern Kentucky University Colonels sports.

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