|City of license||Addison, Vermont|
|Broadcast area||Burlington-Plattsburgh area|
|Former callsigns||WWFY (1996–1999)
|Owner||Radio Broadcasting Services, Inc.|
|Sister stations||WCAT, WFAD, WIXM, WRSA, WTWK, WWMP|
|Webcast||Listen Live 32Kbs
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WIFY (93.7 FM) is an American radio station broadcasting an oldies music format. Licensed to Addison, Vermont, USA, the station serves the Burlington, Vermont-Plattsburgh, New York area. The station is currently owned by Radio Broadcasting Services, Inc.
On July 1, 2008, the station changed format from country to oldies as "Cruisin 93.7". The first song was "409" by The Beach Boys.
The station was assigned call sign WWFY on 1996-10-18. On 1997-12-08, the station changed its call sign to WWFY and on 1999-04-30 to WRRO. The station changed calls & formats again on 2001-04-23 to WXAL-FM with a hot adult contemporary format as Alice. Around 2003, the station began putting a simulcast on WLKC (now WWMP 103.3), replacing adult contemporary (this caused rival WEZF changing back to adult contemporary, even though they have never changed formats since 2003). By 2005, WLKC & WXAL-FM changed formats to adult hits under the name MP103. By 2005-09-07, the station changed to WUSX with a country music format, and the simulcast with WWMP ended. Two years after the station became its current oldies format, it was changed yet again on 2010-5-24 to the current WIFY.
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- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WIFY
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