WYRY

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WYRY
City Hinsdale, New Hampshire
Branding 104.9 Nash Icon
Frequency 104.9 MHz
Translator(s) W275AS (102.9, Greenfield, MA)
W288BN (105.5, Keene, NH)
First air date 1987
Format Country
ERP 4,100 watts
HAAT 122 meters (401 feet)
Class A
Facility ID 67813
Transmitter coordinates 42°46′33″N 72°27′17″W / 42.77583°N 72.45472°W / 42.77583; -72.45472
Owner Tri-Valley Broadcasting Corporation
Website www.1049nashiconradio.com

WYRY (104.9 FM, "104.9 Nash Icon") is a radio station licensed to serve Hinsdale, New Hampshire. The station is owned by Tri-Valley Broadcasting Corporation. It airs a Country music format.[1]

The station has been assigned the WYRY call letters by the Federal Communications Commission since May 14, 1984.[2]

The transmitter site is Gunn Mountain, in Winchester. There are incorrect reports circulating that it is on the same land that was home to WRLP-TV, channel 32's transmitter, a local NBC affiliate repeating WWLP-TV's programming, until April 1978, when the channel 32 transmitter was dismantled and shipped to Utah, where channel 32's owner, William L. Putnam, was starting a new station.

On August 3, 2015 WYRY rebranded as "104.9 Nash Icon".[3]

Translators[edit]

WYRY also broadcasts on the following translators:

Broadcast translators of WYRY
Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Class FCC info
W275AS 102.9 Greenfield, Massachusetts 95 D FCC
W288BN 105.5 Keene, New Hampshire 10 D FCC

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Winter 2008 Station Information Profile". Arbitron. 
  2. ^ "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 
  3. ^ Nash Icon Comes to Brattleboro/Keene

External links[edit]

WYRY data
Translator data