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City Cortland, New York
Broadcast area Ithaca/Cortland
Branding I-100
Slogan "Iconic Rock"
Frequency 99.9 MHz
Translator(s) 100.3 W262AD (Ithaca)
Format Classic rock
ERP 26,000 watts
HAAT 208 meters
Class B
Facility ID 9427
Callsign meaning I (Branding)
Former callsigns WOKW (1980s)
WNYP (until 1992)
WYYS (1992-94)
Owner Saga Communications
(Saga Communications of New England, LLC)
Sister stations WQNY, WYXL, WHCU, WNYY
Website i100rocks.com

WIII (branded as I-100) is a radio station serving the vicinity of Ithaca and Cortland, New York, with a classic rock format. This station broadcasts at 99.9 MHz in Cortland and 100.3 MHz (via translator W262AD) in Ithaca. It is owned by Saga Communications.


Prior to Saga's ownership, WIII was owned by Citadel Communications as part of an AM/FM combo with then-WKRT 920 AM (now WYBY) until 2007, when Citadel left the market. Because of market ownership caps, Saga donated WYBY to Bible Broadcasting Network.

I-100 is currently formatted as a classic rock station, primarily using the Dial-Global Classic Rock service. The Bob & Tom Show airs from 6-10 AM Monday - Saturday and the local Working Stiff Show with Kat Walters airs 11 AM – 6 PM. The WIII call letters have been in place since November 1994 - prior to that it was WYYS, WNYP-FM and WOKW.

WIII joined the New York Giants Radio Network in 2012.


WIII also broadcasts on the following translator:

Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
W262AD 100.3 Ithaca, New York 250 D FCC

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Coordinates: 42°33′23″N 76°09′18″W / 42.5565°N 76.1549°W / 42.5565; -76.1549