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City New Rochelle, New York
Broadcast area New York City
Slogan Caribbean Radio
Frequency 93.5 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Translator(s) See § Translators
Format FM/HD1: World Ethnic
HD2: WVOX simulcast
HD3: Spanish Christian "Radio Cantico Nuevo"
HD4: Soft adult contemporary "101.5 The Breeze"
ERP 1,750 watts
HAAT 132 meters (433 ft)
Class A
Facility ID 28023
Transmitter coordinates 40°57′45.00″N 73°50′32.00″W / 40.9625000°N 73.8422222°W / 40.9625000; -73.8422222
Former callsigns WRTN (?-8/23/2006)
WVIP-FM (8/24/2006-9/6/2006)
WRTN (9/7/2006-10/31/2006)
Affiliations Jones Radio Network
Owner Hudson-Westchester Radio, Inc.
Sister stations WVOX
Webcast Listen Live
Website FM/HD1: wvipfm.com
HD3: radiocanticonuevo.com
HD4: 1015thebreeze.com

WVIP is a radio station broadcasting a World Ethnic format. Licensed to New Rochelle, New York, United States, it serves the New York metropolitan area. WVIP features programming from Music of Your Life. This station airs Caribbean programming.

For many years from the 1950s, the call letters WVIP were used for an AM station (1310) and FM station (106.3) in the northern Westchester County village of Mount Kisco.[1]

HD Programming[edit]

On July 12, 2010, WVIP began broadcasting in HD.

The HD2 sub-channel broadcasts its sister AM station, WVOX.

The HD3 sub-channel airs a feed of Spanish Christian "Radio Cantico Nuevo".

The HD4 sub-channel airs soft adult contemporary "101.5 The Breeze".[2]


Broadcast translators of WVIP
Call sign Frequency
City of license Facility
m (ft)
Class Transmitter coordinates FCC info Notes
W268AN 101.5 Plainview, New York 151700 13 115 m (377 ft) D 40°47′48″N 73°27′49″W / 40.79667°N 73.46361°W / 40.79667; -73.46361 (W268AN) FCC Relays HD4 (101.5 The Breeze)
W292DV 106.3 New York, New York 155888 99 271.2 m (890 ft) D 40°45′22″N 73°59′12″W / 40.75611°N 73.98667°W / 40.75611; -73.98667 (W292DV) FCC Relays HD3 (Radio Cantico Nuevo)

See also[edit]

Radio Cantico Nuevo is also heard on these stations.


  1. ^ Ames, Lynne (August 23, 1998). "The View From/Mount Kisco; In the Nick of Time, a Radio Station Gets Back on the Air". New York Times. Retrieved July 8, 2017. 
  2. ^ Venta, Lance. "Breeze Blows Into Long Island". RadioInsight. Retrieved July 17, 2017. 

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