WYUL

WYUL

Infobox Radio station
name = WYUL


city = Chateaugay, New York
area = Malone, New York
Montreal, Quebec
Cornwall, Ontario
Massena, New York
branding = "94-7 Hits FM"
slogan = "The 20-In-A-Row Hit Music Channel"
airdate = 1997
frequency = 94.7 MHz
format = Contemporary hit radio
haat =
erp = 50,000 watts
class =
callsign_meaning = WYUL (Airport code for Montreal's Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport)
former_callsigns =
owner = Martz Communications Group
licensee = Cartier Communications
sister_stations = WICY, WVNV
website = [http://www.947hits.com 947hits.com]

WYUL (94.7 FM, "94-7 Hits FM") is a contemporary hit radio music formatted radio station licensed in Chateaugay, New York.

Though the station serves nearby communities in New York State, including Malone and Massena, and the Ontario city of Cornwall, it primarily targets the much larger market of Montreal, Quebec. To that end, WYUL's current slogan is "Montreal's 20 in a Row Hit Music Channel". [http://www.947hits.com]

The station was originally a rebroadcast station on top 40 WYSX Ogdensburg, New York until 2002, when the station segued to its own branding and broadcasting. Its competitor is hot AC CJFM in Montreal. Its sister stations are WVNV 96.5 and WICY, both licensed in Malone.

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