WCNY-FM
Broadcast areaSyracuse, New York
Frequency91.3 MHz (HD Radio)
BrandingClassic FM
Programming
FormatClassical music
SubchannelsHD1: WCNY-FM analog
HD2: Oldies
HD3: Jazz
Ownership
OwnerThe Public Broadcasting Council of Central New York, Inc.
WCNY-TV
History
First air date
December 4, 1971 (1971-12-04)[1]
Call sign meaning
Central New York
Technical information
Facility ID66284
ClassB
ERP18,500 watts
9,900 watts (CP)
HAAT226 meters (741 ft)
334 meters (1,096 ft) (CP)
Transmitter coordinates
42°56′42″N 76°01′27″W / 42.945056°N 76.024083°W / 42.945056; -76.024083Coordinates: 42°56′42″N 76°01′27″W / 42.945056°N 76.024083°W / 42.945056; -76.024083
42°56′42″N 76°07′06″W / 42.944944°N 76.118389°W / 42.944944; -76.118389 (CP)
Links
WebcastFM/HD1: Listen Live
HD2: Listen Live
HD3: Listen Live
Websitewcny.org/radio/

WCNY-FM (Classic FM) is a public radio station in Syracuse, New York that plays classical music and is a National Public Radio (NPR) member station. Broadcasting on 91.3 MHz, the station is owned and operated by The Public Broadcasting Council of Central New York, Inc. and shares studios with WCNY-TV on West Fayette Street in Syracuse's Near Westside neighborhood. The station broadcasts oldies from the 1950s and 1960s on its second HD Radio subchannel and jazz on a third channel.

Stations

The programming is broadcast on three stations:

Call sign Frequency Location ERP HAAT Class Facility ID Coordinates
WCNY-FM 91.3 FM Syracuse, New York 18,500 watts 226 meters (741 ft) B 66284 42°56′42″N 76°01′27″W / 42.945056°N 76.024083°W / 42.945056; -76.024083
WJNY 90.9 FM Watertown, New York 7,100 watts 137 meters (449 ft) C3 53729 43°51′44″N 75°43′39″W / 43.862278°N 75.727389°W / 43.862278; -75.727389
WUNY 89.5 FM Utica, New York 6,300 watts 237 meters (778 ft) B 53735 43°08′38″N 75°10′38″W / 43.143944°N 75.177361°W / 43.143944; -75.177361

References

  1. ^ Broadcasting & Cable Yearbook 2010 (PDF). 2010. p. D-393. Retrieved May 28, 2022.