|Broadcast area||York, Pennsylvania|
|Slogan||"York's Only True Alternative"|
|First air date||November 18, 1976|
|Format||Student Run, Non-commercial Educational|
|Callsign meaning||We're the Voice of York College|
|Former frequencies||88.1 MHz (1976-1996), 99.7 MHz (1996-2013)|
|Affiliations||Associated Press News Service, Intercollegiate Broadcasting System|
|Owner||York College of Pennsylvania |
(York College Board of Trustees)
WVYC is a college radio station licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to serve the community of York, Pennsylvania, United States. The station broadcasts from the Robert V. Iosue Student Union Building on the campus of York College of Pennsylvania in York.
The station began broadcasting on 88.1 MHz on November 18, 1976 with the inauguration of College President, Robert V. Iosue. The broadcast day was from 4pm to midnight. By the mid 80s through the early 2000s, the station aired from 8am to 1am but was off the air over summer and winter breaks. The broadcast day eventually expanded with the station now on the air 24/7/365.
The York College station is the only class D non-commercial, educational FM radio station in southern Pennsylvania. It broadcasts a free-form alternative music block format, including modern Hip-hop, Indie rock, Alternative rock, Latin Music, Electronic Music, Classic rock, and Heavy Metal.
WVYC is a member the Associated Press. The station produces and broadcasts a variety of educational, instructional and public affairs programs. WVYC is a member of the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters.
The station is licensed to the college Board of Trustees and operates as a division of the Department of Communication and the Arts
Staff and events
- WVYC official website
- Query the FCC's FM station database for WVYC
- Radio-Locator information on WVYC
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WVYC
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