You have a blast listening to music, while working, working out, and driving in your car. Sometimes though, you have troubles finding a music station that fits you. Sometimes your favorite station changes and what used to be a couple of minutes of commercials once an hour has become a couple of minutes of music once an hour! Or maybe you are new to Dayton, OH, just visiting the area, or possibly just need a change. You have come to the right place.
Here we have all of the top Dayton, OH music stations in one place, you are sure to find one that meets your tastes. Try out all of the Dayton, OH stations and then give us your opinion on the best, worst, and any we don’t have on the list that should be. Whether you are in Dayton, OH for a visit or have lived here for years, we want to hear your opinion.
We have catered our list of Dayton, OH stations to the local opinions we have received so don’t stop sending them in. Music is an important part of our lives, in Dayton, OH, and anywhere else. Music stations are also a personal thing. What is music to you? Is it what gets you through your daily commute in Dayton, OH? Is it what you jam to in the shower? Is it what calms and centers you at work?
WONE is an AM radio station in Dayton, Ohio operating on 980 kHz with a Sports Talk format. It carries programming from Fox Sports Radio, as well as the Dan Patrick Show (Patrick was originally an on-air personality on sister station WTUE under his real name, Dan Pugh).
WCLI-FM (101.5 FM, "Click 101-5") is a modern adult contemporary-formatted radio station, licensed to Enon, Ohio, and serving the area of Dayton. The station is owned by Main Line Broadcasting.
WZRR is a Top 40 (CHR) FM radio station licensed to Birmingham in the U.S. state of Alabama. Its on-air name is "99.5 The Vibe". The station is owned by Cumulus Media. The station broadcasting at 99.5 FM in Birmingham first signed on in 1977 as WVOK-FM. "K-99", as the station was called, was Birmingham's first full-time album rock station.
WXEG (103.9 FM, "The "X") is a modern rock formatted radio station based in Dayton, Ohio, and owned by Clear Channel Communications. The station broadcasts at 103.9 MHz with an effective radiated power of 2900 watts. It has three towers located in its city of license of Beavercreek, Ohio, two are auxiliary. The station started broadcasting in HD-Radio on February 2, 2006. As of March 2007, the station simulcasts its analog audio on its HD1 stream and broadcasts a hard rock format on its HD2 stream. The station broadcasts using the MP1 service mode.
WDAO "The Real Rhythm Of The City" is a daytime-only commercial AM radio station in Dayton, Ohio operating on the frequency of 1210 kHz with a power of 1,000 watts. Its studios are currently located on West Third Street with transmitter located in South Dayton. WDAO today has not only earned the distinction of being the first minority-owned commercial radio station in Dayton, it is also one of the last locally owned commercial stations in Dayton. Even the Cox-owned stationsWHIO (AM) and FM, WZLR FM and WHKO FM are now based in Atlanta.