Media in Dayton, Ohio

Media in Dayton, Ohio

The following is a list of media in Dayton, Ohio, United States.

Contents

Print

Daily

  • The Dayton Daily News - owned by Cox Enterprises
  • The Journal Herald - a merger of The Journal and The Herald in 1948

Weekly/Business

  • Dayton City Paper - formerly known as the Impact Weekly
  • Dayton Business Journal
  • Dayton B2B - business paper operated by the Dayton Daily News

Alternative

  • Active Dayton

Collegiate

Television stations

Nielsen Media Research ranked the 11-county Dayton television market is ranked #62 in the United States.[1] Among the stations it includes are:

  • WDTN, Channel 2 – NBC, operated by LIN TV
  • WHIO-TV, Channel 7 – CBS, operated by Cox Communications
  • WPTD, Channel 16 – PBS, operated by ThinkTV, which also operates WPTO, assigned to Oxford, Ohio
  • WKEF, Channel 22 – ABC, operated by Sinclair Broadcasting
  • WBDT, Channel 26 – The CW, operated by Acme Television
  • WRGT-TV, Channel 45 – Fox/My Network TV, operated under a local marketing agreement by Sinclair Broadcasting

Television stations from Cincinnati, Ohio are available with varying levels of reception.

The nationally syndicated morning talk show The Daily Buzz originated from WBDT-TV, the Acme property in Miamisburg, Ohio, before moving to its current home in Florida.

Radio

AM format

FM format

The Cox Enterprises broadcasting tower located outside the news station in Kettering, Ohio
  • WDPR 88.1 – Dayton Public Radio, classical
  • WCSU-FM 88.9 – Urban jazz and gospel
  • WUSO 89.1 - College radio (Wittenberg University)
  • WQRP 89.5 – Praise 89.5, Christian Praise and Worship
  • WLHS 89.9 - WMKV simulcast
  • WKCD 90.3 – Christian (based in nearby Cedarville, Ohio)
  • WYSO 91.3 – National Public Radio (based in nearby Yellow Springs, Ohio)
  • WROU-FM 92.1 – Urban adult contemporary
  • WGTZ 92.9 – Jack Format 50's-90's "We Play Anything" (Fly 92.9)
  • WFCJ 93.7 – Christian (WFCJ Inspiration!)
  • WLQT 94.5 – Soft adult contemporary (94.5 Lite FM)
  • WYGY 94.9 - Classic Country (94.9 The Wolf - based in Fairfield, Ohio)
  • WZLR 95.3 – Classic hits (95.3 The Eagle)
  • WHIO 95.7 – News and talk (WHIO FM) (Simulcasts with WHIO 1290AM)
  • WFTK 96.5 - Rock (96Rock - based in Lebanon, Ohio)
  • WOKL 96.9 - Contemporary Christian (based in Troy, repeater of K-LOVE 89.3 FM in Winchester, Oregon)
  • WSWO 97.7/101.5 - Ultimate Oldies (based in Huber Heights)
  • WUDR 98.1/99.5 - Flyer Radio (University of Dayton)
  • WKET 98.3 - "The Bird" Student run station out of Fairmont High School (Impact 98.3) (Based in Kettering)
  • WHKO 99.1 – Country (K99.1FM)
  • WDKF 99.9 – Top 40 rhythmic pop (Channel 99-9)
  • WEEC 100.7 - Christian
  • WCLI-FM 101.5 - Modern Hit Music (Click 101.5)
  • WUFM 102.5 - RadioU - Christian alternative and hardcore (based in Columbus)
  • WDHT 102.9 – Hip-Hop & R&B (Hot 102.9)
  • WGRR 103.5 - Oldies (Based in Cincinnati, Ohio)
  • WXEG 103.9 – Modern rock (The X)
  • WTUE 104.7 – Classic rock
  • WNKN 105.9 - Country (The Rebel 105.9)
  • WDSJ 106.5 – Smooth jazz (Smooth Jazz 106.5)
  • WWSU 106.9 – College radio (Wright State University)
  • WMMX 107.7 – Hot adult contemporary (Mix 107.7)

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