WCOY

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WCOY
WCOY 99.5 logo.png
Broadcast area Quincy, Illinois
Branding WCOY 99.5
Slogan Coyote Country
Frequency 99.5 (MHz)
First air date 1998
Format Contemporary Country/Sports Radio
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 149 meters (489 ft)
Class C1
Transmitter coordinates type:city 39°56′30.00″N 91°35′3.00″W / 39.9416667°N 91.5841667°W / 39.9416667; -91.5841667
Owner STARadio Corporation
Website WCOY.com

WCOY is a 100,000 watt country radio station based out of Quincy, Illinois. In 1998, the STARadio Corporation group purchased five stations in the Quincy, IL and Hannibal, MO area. In 1999, programming consultant, Keith Bansemer changed the station to a country hit music format known by the moniker "Coyote Country". WCOY also carries NASCAR NEXTEL Cup races during the season.

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WCOY broadcasts to Quincy-Hannibal, IL and can be heard as far as Burlington, IA

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Coordinates: 39°56′31″N 91°35′02″W / 39.942°N 91.584°W / 39.942; -91.584