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City Baltimore, Maryland
Broadcast area Baltimore, Maryland
Annapolis, Maryland
Branding 93.1 WPOC
Slogan Baltimore's #1 For New Country
Frequency 93.1 MHz (also on HD Radio)
93.1-HD2 for brand new country releases
First air date 1974
Format Country
ERP 16,000 watts
HAAT 264 meters
Class B
Facility ID 47747
Callsign meaning W Pride Of the Chesaspeake
Owner iHeartMedia, Inc.
(Citicasters Licenses, Inc.)
Sister stations WCAO, WQSR, WZFT
Webcast Listen Live
Website WPOC Online

WPOC (93.1 FM) is a radio station in Baltimore, Maryland, broadcasting a country music format focusing on newer artists and signature songs of the 1990s. Under ownership of iHeartMedia, Inc., it has a transmitter in Catonsville and its studios are located at The Rotunda shopping center in Baltimore.

WPOC has been voted "Baltimore's Best Country Station" several times along with many other industry awards. The station is home to The Laurie DeYoung Morning Show. Laurie DeYoung was inducted into the Country Music DJ Hall of Fame in 2010.

The call letters originally were said to stand for Pride Of the Chesapeake.

former logo


-Laurie DeYoung: Weekday Mornings

-Bob Delmont: Weekday Middays and Saturday afternoon.

-Michael J: Weekday afternoons and Saturday Morning

-Lance Houston: Weekday Nights

-Claire Scattergood: Weekday Mornings

-Mark Williams: Morning Traffic

-Jeff St. Pierre: Morning News/Morning Show Producer

-Cody Allan: Overnights

Past Personalities

-Marty Bass

-Bill Rehkof: Now @KDKA

-Bill Vanko: Now @WBAL

-Jen Pheniox

-Justin Cole

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Coordinates: 39°17′13″N 76°45′14″W / 39.287°N 76.754°W / 39.287; -76.754