WDYK

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
WDYK
WDYK-FM 2009.PNG
City of license Ridgeley, West Virginia
Broadcast area Cumberland, Maryland
Frostburg, Maryland
Keyser, West Virginia
Branding "Magic 100.5"
Slogan "Cumberland's Best Variety"
Frequency 100.5 MHz
(also on HD Radio)
First air date 2006
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP 6,000 Watts
HAAT 100 Meters
Class A
Facility ID 164255
Transmitter coordinates 39°43′3.0″N 78°42′42.0″W / 39.717500°N 78.711667°W / 39.717500; -78.711667
Owner West Virginia Radio Corporation
(West Virginia Radio Corporation of the Alleghenies)
Sister stations WCMD, WDZN, WKLP, WQZK-FM, WVMD
Webcast WDYK Webstream
Website WDYK Online

WDYK is an Adult Contemporary formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Ridgeley, West Virginia, serving the Cumberland/Frostburg/Keyser area. WDYK is owned and operated by West Virginia Radio Corporation.

History[edit]

WDYK went on the air in September 2006 with an Adult Contemporary format. The station was West Virginia Radio Corporation's entrance into the Cumberland market. The company later bought WQZK and WKLP. WDYK airs the syndicated John Tesh show weeknights. WDYK airs the Bob and Sheri Program in the morning from 6AM to 9AM.

In February 2009, WDYK began broadcasting in HD.

External links[edit]