|City of license||Havre de Grace, Maryland|
|Broadcast area||Northeastern Maryland|
|Slogan||The Country Station|
|Frequency||103.7 (MHz) (also on HD Radio)|
|Owner||Delmarva Broadcasting Company|
WXCY celebrated its 25th year of operation in 2014. The original sign-on date was March 1, 1989 and the station has maintained the same format the entire stretch. Before changing calls, WXCY was WHDG, which also had a country format. WHDG and sister station WASA 1330 AM were located on Maryland Route 155 north of Havre de Grace. WHDG signed on sometime in the late 1970s. Prettyman Broadcasting purchased 103.7 WHDG in 1988 and took the station dark while rebuilding tower and broadcast facilities. 103.7 WXCY would debut in early 1989. Delmarva Broadcasting purchased WXCY from Prettyman Broadcasting in the late 90's and continues to own and operate it.
Ratings & coverage area
Recent Arbitron ratings show WXCY as the #1 rated country station amongst listeners 12 years old and older in Eastern Maryland and Northern Delaware including the Wilmington Arbitron metro counties of New Castle, DE; Cecil, MD and Salem, NJ. With a signal good enough to cover 4 states, WXCY also has significant listenership from the counties of Harford, MD; Kent, MD; Kent, DE; Chester, PA; Lancaster, PA; York, PA and Baltimore, MD.
Owned by Delmarva Broadcasting Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lancaster, PA based Steinmann Enterprises, WXCY is a private, family owned regional operation - a rarity in the world of corporate broadcast ownership and mega-media conglomerates.
-Paula Ryan: Weekday Mornings 5-9am
-Tyler Daniel: Weekday Mornings 5-9am
-Blair Thomas: Morning Traffic 5-9am; Weekday Nights 7-Midnight
-Tim Hartley: Weekday Middays 9a-3pm
-Brad Austin: Weekday Afternoons: 3-7p
-Jim King: Overnights Mid-5am; Saturday 9a-3p; Sunday Noon-6pm.
- WXCY official website
- Query the FCC's FM station database for WXCY
- Radio-Locator information on WXCY
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WXCY
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