WCIZ-FM

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WCIZ-FM
City Watertown, New York
Broadcast area Watertown, New York
Branding Z93
Slogan Northern New York's Original Home for Classic Hits
Frequency 93.3 MHz
First air date 1986 (as WTNY-FM at 97.5)
Format Classic Hits
ERP 6,000 watts
HAAT 100 meters
Class A
Facility ID 153
Former callsigns WTNY-FM (1986-1997)
Former frequencies 97.5 MHz (1986-1997)
93.5 MHz (1997-1999)
Owner Stephens Media Group
(Stephens Media Group Watertown, LLC)
Webcast Listen Live
Website z93.fm

WCIZ-FM is a classic hits radio station in Watertown, New York. Around early 2000, the station changed formats from classic rock to classic hits. WCIZ-FM went on the air in the summer of 1988,[1] the station originally began broadcasting at 97.5 FM which later moved to a new frequency on 93.5 in 1997 and changed to its current frequency at 93.3 FM in 1999. Prior to WCIZ-FM's move to 93.5 from 97.5, the station was a CHR station known as WTNY-FM "T-93 FM" which began broadcasting in the 1980s.

WCIZ-FM is currently known as Z93 & has a line-up of local radio talent. The talent line-up includes Jay Donovan in the Mornings, Dianne Chase in Middays, & Joe Munroe in afternoons. Z93 has a unique weekend show called the Z93wind hosted by Jeff shannon, where Jeff revisits a specific year in history, often highlighting local history.

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Coordinates: 43°57′22″N 75°50′42″W / 43.956°N 75.845°W / 43.956; -75.845