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Wphd

WPHD is not to be confused with WP:HD, or .
WPHD
City of license South Waverly, Pennsylvania
Branding Cool 96
Frequency 96.1 MHz
Repeaters 93.1 W226BA (Big Flats, NY)
First air date October 30, 2005
Format Classic Hits
ERP 1,800 watts
HAAT 186.7 meters
Class A
Facility ID 77925
Former callsigns WMTG (2000-2003)
Owner Fitzgerald and Hawras, Partnership
Sister stations WMTT
Webcast Listen Live
Website cool96.coolesthits.com

WPHD is an American FM radio station licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to operate on 96.1 MHz to serve the community of South Waverly, Pennsylvania (located south of Waverly, New York). Starting in early 2010 WPHD moved to Comfort Hill in Town of Ashland, NY; just south of Elmira, NY. WPHD is located on the same radio tower as WENY-FM, Elmira, NY. WPHD now has one of the strongest signals in Chemung County, NY and the greater Elmira, New York area.

At one time the call sign WPHD was assigned to FM station WMTT in Tioga, PA; but changed in 2005. WMTT is still the sister station of WPHD. WMTT is co-located within the WPHD studios located on Chemung Street in Horseheads, New York.

As of 2007, the station is airing classic hits music under the name of Cool 96.

Translators

WPHD also broadcasts on the following FM translators:

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Class FCC info
W226BA 93.1 Big Flats, New York 25 D FCC

External links

  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WPHD
  • Radio-Locator information on WPHD
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WPHD




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