WDCX-FM

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WDCX-FM
WDCX logo.png
City of license Buffalo, New York
Frequency 99.5 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Format Religious
ERP 110,000 watts
HAAT 195.0 meters
Class B
Facility ID 34820
Transmitter coordinates 42°38′7.00″N 78°46′5.00″W / 42.6352778°N 78.7680556°W / 42.6352778; -78.7680556
Callsign meaning DC= Donald Crawford
X=representation of a Christian cross
Owner Kimtron, Inc.
Webcast http://player.liquidcompass.net/WDCXFM
Website http://wdcxfm.com

WDCX-FM (99.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a brokered Religious format.[1] Licensed to Buffalo, New York, USA, the station serves the Buffalo and parts of Southern Ontario, including Toronto. The station is currently owned by Kimtron, Inc., a division of Crawford Broadcasting.[2] Its studios are located just north of downtown Buffalo, and a transmitter site is located in Boston, New York, southeast of Buffalo.

At 110,000 watts effective radiated power, WDCX is tied with WTSS (also in the Buffalo market) for having the strongest FM signal in the northeastern United States. Since 2012, WDCX has also simulcast on WDCZ (AM 970).

WDCX-FM broadcasts in HD Radio. [3]

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