WCYO

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WCYO
Coyote logo.jpg
CityIrvine, Kentucky
Broadcast areaRichmond and Central Kentucky including Lexington
BrandingThe Country Classics & The Best Songs From Today! 100.7 The Coyote
Slogan"Live and Local"
Frequency100.7 MHz
First air dateMarch 24, 1988
FormatCountry
ERP9,200 watts
HAAT154 meters
ClassC3
Facility ID34247
Transmitter coordinates37°39′40.00″N 84°8′55.00″W / 37.6611111°N 84.1486111°W / 37.6611111; -84.1486111
Callsign meaningW CoYOte
AffiliationsEKU Sports, ABC News, Dial Global
OwnerWallingford Communications, LLC
Sister stationsWLFX and WEKY, WKXO, and WIRV
WebcastListen Live
Websitewcyofm.com

WCYO (100.7 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Country music format. Licensed to Irvine, Kentucky, United States, the station serves Richmond, Kentucky and surrounding communities, including Lexington. The station is currently owned by Wallingford Communications.

History[edit]

The station went on the air as WCYO on 1988-03-24. on 1991-04-05, the station changed its call sign to the current WCYO.[1]

On-air[edit]

Tom Zilla and the morning Zoo Crew now 6am-10am(M~F) Tom Kent 10am-3pm
The Drive Home with Tara Marie 3pm-7pm
Lia 7pm-12am (M-Thur,Sat)
Classic Request Live with Ron Lykins 7p-12am (Fri)
Retro Country USA 6am-8am Sun
Rick Jackson's Country Classics 12pm-3pm Sun
Steve Warren & The Country Oldies Show 3pm-5pm Sun
Bluegrass Express with Charlie Hall 6pm-10pm Sun
Into The Blue 10pm-11pm Sun

Sports programming[edit]

100.7 The Coyote is the flagship station for Eastern Kentucky University Colonels sports.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WCYO Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.

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