Media in Charleston, South Carolina

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Charleston is the nation's 95th largest designated market area (DMA), with 326,770 households and 0.27% of the U.S. TV population.[1] The following stations are licensed in Charleston and have significant operations or viewers in the city:[2]

Major network television affiliates[edit]

Radio[edit]

FM[edit]

  • WSCI - South Carolina Educational TV Radio [89.3 MHz] - NPR News and Classical
  • WKCL - We Know Christ Lives [91.5 MHz] - Contemporary Christian
  • WCKN - Kickin' 92.5 [92.5 MHz] - Country music
  • WWWZ - Z93 Jamz [93.3 MHz] - Urban Contemporary
  • WSCC - NewsRadio94.3 [94.3 MHz] - News / Talk
  • W234CV - The Zone [94.7 MHz]] Sports
  • WSSX - 95SX [95.1 MHz] - Contemporary Top 40
  • WMXZ - Modern Hits 95.9 [95.9 MHz] - Modern Hits
  • WOHM - [96.3 MHz] Variety
  • WIWF - The Wolf [96.9 MHz] - Country
  • WYLA - [97.5 MHz] Variety
  • WYBB - 98X [98.1 MHz] - Active Rock
  • W253BW - The Voice [98.5 MHz] News/Talk
  • WWIK -ESPN [98.9 MHz] - Sports
  • W257BQ - The Box [99.3 MHz] - Urban Contemporary (Simulcast on 95.9 WMXZ HD2)
  • WXST - Star99.7 [99.7 MHz] - Urban Adult Contemporary
  • WALC - HIS Radio [100.5 MHz] - Contemporary Christian
  • WAYA-FM - WAY-FM [100.9 & 101.3 MHz] - Contemporary Christian
  • WAVF - CHUCK FM [101.7 MHz] - Adult Hits
  • W254BK - The City [102.1 MHz] - Greatest Hits of the 60s, 70s, & 80s (Simulcast on WQNT 1450 AM)
  • WXLY - Y102.5 [102.5 MHz] - Adult Contemporary
  • WEZL - WEZL 103.5 [103.5 MHz] - Country
  • W280EX - WAZS 103.9 [103.9 MHz] Regional Mexican
  • WRFQ - Q104.5 [104.5 MHz] - Classic Rock
  • WCOO - The Bridge @ 105.5 [105.5 MHz] - Album Adult Alternative
  • WJNI - Gospel 106.3 [106.3 MHz] - Gospel
  • WMGL - 107-3 MAGIC [107.3 MHz] - Urban Adult Contemporary

AM[edit]

  • WLTQ - [730 kHz] - Religious
  • WTMZ - The Team [910 kHz] - Sports Talk (ESPN Radio)
  • WJKB - AM 950 Gospel (Simulcast of WJNI 106.3 FM) [950 kHz]
  • WAZS - El Sol [980 kHz] - Spanish
  • WTMA - The Lowcountry's Big Talker [1250 kHz] - News / Talk
  • WQSC - The Voice [1340 kHz] - News Talk
  • WMXZ HD3 - Heaven 1390 [1390 kHz] - Gospel (Simulcast on 95.9 HD3)
  • WQNT - [1450 kHz] - The City (Greatest Hits of the 60s, 70s, & 80s)
  • WZJY - [1480 kHz] - Regional Mexican

High definition digital radio[edit]

  • 1640 XSUR [3] - 70s & 80s ("Surfside 1640")

Print, online media and mobile apps[edit]

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