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CityOswego, NY
Broadcast areaOswego County, New York
BrandingWNYO 88.9 FM Oswego, NY
SloganLaker Radio Your Way
FormatCollege Radio
ERP100 watts
HAAT3 meters
Facility ID63122
Former callsignsWOCR,WOZZ,WOSR
OwnerState University of New York at Oswego
(State University of New York at Oswego)

WNYO is a college radio station broadcasting from the State University of New York at Oswego in the City of Oswego, New York.[1][2] Broadcasting from the SUNY Oswego Marano Campus Center, WNYO broadcasts primarily Alternative, Rock, and Hip-Hop music throughout the day as well as a fair amount of talk and sports oriented programming. Additionally WNYO runs news segments, conducts interviews with artists, and plays syndicated NPR programs when students do not have shows. WNYO is a 24/7 radio station operated and managed by the students of SUNY Oswego.

WNYO also broadcasts Oswego State Lakers sporting events live for the City of Oswego and on the internet.

In 2011 WNYO moved from Simian Automation System to ENCO's DAD automation system. In 2018, WNYO renovated its studio in the Marano Campus Center. This renovation included a new main studio, two production studios, and keycard, 24-hour access door, making it a world class station in terms of equipment. WNYO began airing WRVO's Take Care on Sunday mornings[3] and has started uploading podcasts to YouTube[4] at this time as well.

Ozzie Award Winners[edit]

The Ozzies is an annual award show put on by the SUNY Oswego Department of Communication Studies in the spring semester. The executive board of the three media organizations create the categories and then nominate shows and members for the board of professors to select a winner from.

2018 Ozzie Awards[5]
Year Category Show/Person
2018 Best Talk Show Beaver Boiz
2018 Best Music Show What's Up Wednsdays
2018 Best Sports Show Stat-urdays Are For The Boys
2018 Best DJ DJ Kodak (Deja Daniels)
2018 Most Likely To Succeed in Radio Krystal Cole
2018 Unsung Hero Louise Algiere


  1. ^ "Syracuse, Oswego and Utica Media Market". CNY Media. Archived from the original on 2004-09-20. Retrieved 2008-02-06.
  2. ^ "WNYO's FCC Listing". FCC. Retrieved 2008-02-07.
  3. ^ "WNYO - FM Station Profile - FCC Public Inspection Files". publicfiles.fcc.gov. Retrieved 2018-10-06.
  4. ^ "WNYO Podcasts". YouTube. Retrieved 2018-10-06.
  5. ^ "Ozzies_2018 (5)". Google Docs. Retrieved 2018-10-06.

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Coordinates: 43°27′07″N 76°32′39″W / 43.4520°N 76.5441°W / 43.4520; -76.5441