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This article is about the radio station. For the internet standard, see WIDL (Internet Standard).
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City of license Cass City, Michigan
Broadcast area [1]
Branding The New Mix 92-1
Slogan "The Best Mix Of The 80s, 90s, and Now"
Frequency 92.1 MHz
Format Hot Adult Contemporary
ERP 25,000 watts
HAAT 97 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 29678
Transmitter coordinates 43°28′51″N 83°20′31″W / 43.48083°N 83.34194°W / 43.48083; -83.34194Coordinates: 43°28′51″N 83°20′31″W / 43.48083°N 83.34194°W / 43.48083; -83.34194
Former callsigns WKYO-FM (11/29/82-8/24/85)
WIDL (?-11/29/82)
Affiliations Michigan IMG Sports Network
Owner Edwards Communications
Website Official website

WIDL (92.1 FM, "Mix 92-1") is a radio station broadcasting a hot adult contemporary format. Licensed to Cass City, Michigan, it first began broadcasting at 104.9 MHz. Overall, the station specializes in providing locally focused content such as regional news, weather and sports programming. It is owned by Edwards Communications, which also owns The Tuscola County Advertiser newspaper. The station serves most of the Thumb, including Tuscola, Huron, Sanilac and Lapeer counties, and when atmospheric conditions are right, can be heard as far southwest as Fenton, Michigan.

In late 2006, WIDL flipped formats from a variety hits format to a locally programmed Hot AC format which positions itself as "The Best Mix of The 80's 90's and Now". Past formats have included adult contemporary, classic rock and oldies.

As of October 2014, the local daily programming/lineup includes; The Northstar Bank Morning Drive By with Derek Bosley; Derek Bosley during mid-days and Scott Bolsby during the afternoon drive of nonstop music.

Weekend programming includes Ryan Seacrest's American Top 40 Saturday mornings, Billy Bush's Weekend Countdown Saturday evenings, Retro Pop Reunion on Saturday night/Early Sunday morning, and Nina Blackwood's Absolutely 80's on Sunday nights.


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