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Wkyo

WKYO
City of license Caro, Michigan
Broadcast area [2] (Nighttime)
Branding Oldies 1360
Slogan Your Greatest Hits
Frequency 1360 kHz
Format Oldies
Power 1,000 watts
Class B
Facility ID 29679
Transmitter coordinates

43°27′32.00″N 83°23′39.00″W / 43.4588889°N 83.3941667°W / 43.4588889; -83.3941667

Affiliations ABC Information Network
Michigan Farm Radio Network
Michigan Radio Network
Owner Edwards Communications
Website Official Website

WKYO (1360 AM) is a radio station licensed to Caro, Michigan broadcasting a full-service oldies format. In addition to its '50s-through-early '70s oldies format the station features a strong commitment to local news and information from around Caro and Tuscola County. WKYO is the only station in its region that plays a '60s based oldies format since the Tri-Cities' WHNN evolved to a more Classic Hits direction, although Owosso's WOAP "The Big 1080" can be heard in parts of WKYO's listening area. Prior to the current format, WKYO carried a long-running country format.

In addition to Oldies, WKYO is a heritage full-service station which airs Farm Programming from MFRN; local news, ABC Radio News, Daily Obituary Reports, Detroit Tigers baseball, and the Trading Post, a longtime station feature airing weekdays at 11am where listeners can buy/trade and sell items.

Sources

  • Michiguide.com - WKYO History

External links

  • Query the FCC's AM station database for WKYO
  • Radio-Locator Information on WKYO
  • Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WKYO


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