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WWCD/Columbus, OH Returns On The Radio Dial As CD92.9

WWCD LTD. Alternative WWCD (CD102.5)/COLUMBUS, OH returned to the airwaves as "CD92.9," replacing TSJ Classic Hits WMYC-A-W225CS (MY 92.9)/COLUMBUS this past SATURDAY (11/21). The WMYC-A call letters will be changed to WWCD. Beginning JANUARY 1st, WWCD will also simulcast on DELMAR COMMUNICATIONS' WDLR-A-W225CM/DELAWARE, OH, with the former Classic Hits MY 92.9 simulcast replacing Classic Rock on WQTT-A-W244DV/MARYSVILLE, OH. Three weeks ago, WWCD (CD102.5) temporarily moved online only when the 30-year […]

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Alternative rock station CD102.5 finds new home

The independently owned alternative-rock station CD102.5 returned to the airwaves last weekend. The station, which began in 1990 as 101.1 FM, went off-air Nov. 1, because it was unable to reach an agreement with the owner of its Federal Communications Commission license. The station had announced, then, that it would broadcast online only, which it continued to do. Now, the popular station has found a new home on 92.9 FM, the alternative station's longtime […]

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CD102.5 Returns to Local FM Airwaves as CD92.9

After just three weeks of being off the air in Central Ohio, locally-owned alternative rock station CD102.5 has returned to a different spot on the dial: CD92.9FM. The station went online-only on November 1st after failing to reach an agreement with the owner of the FCC license. “We are ecstatic to get back to the business of independent radio where we belong on the FM – and now AM – dial,” […]

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CD102.5 back on air, now CD 92.9 FM

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Less than a month after losing its terrestrial radio signal, the station formerly known as CD102.5 and CD101 is back. Station owner Randy Mallow revealed the news Saturday evening in a social media post.   The station is available right away at 92.9 FM in Columbus. It will also broadcast at the same frequency in Delaware, starting in 2021. “Thank you from all of us, from the […]

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Popular Columbus radio station goes digital-only

CD102.5 has left the airwaves in favor of a digital only format. The radio station, which broadcasts from the Brewery District, announced the change over the weekend after it was unable to reach an agreement with the owner of its FCC license, ending 30 years on the Columbus airwaves as a bastion for alternative music and up-and-coming bands. "As we move exclusively to the digital realm, we will have more […]

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CD102.5 Leaving the FM Airwaves, Going All Digital

CD102.5 is in its last hours on the FM airwaves. “Recently, we were unable to reach an agreement with the owner of the FCC License, and at 12:01am on November 1st, CD102.5 will leave the FM airwaves,” a social media post from CD102.5 announced. However, it’s not the end of the beloved Columbus station. “Make no mistake: we plan to move forward and continue broadcasting in the digital realm,” the […]

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The Fighters: Randy Malloy, CD102.5

Randy Malloy, Owner of CD102.5 Entering its third decade as one of the last stand alone independent alternative radio station, Randy Malloy said CD102.5 had big plans for 2020. The busy season was just about to begin on St. Patrick’s Day, build into the summer, and run into the winter. “We were getting the ice cream truck out of storage and ready for stress breaks, interviewing for the new summer […]

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Radio crusader

Communication alumnus leads the last independent radio station in Columbus When CD 102.5 owner and general manager Randy Malloy ’92 was a student at Ohio State, he didn’t dream of one day owning a radio station. He came to campus, like many students, not knowing exactly what he wanted to do with his life. “I always had the idea of what I don’t want to be when I grow up, […]

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The Big Room: Where live music meets radio to showcase new artists

COLUMBUS - It's branded as "A Bar with a Radio Problem." Local radio station CD102.5 has its own live music venue, The Big Room Bar. "Bands from Muse to the Pixies, from The XX to Josh Homme and Queens of the Stone Age, have been into the radio station," says CD102.5 owner, president, and GM Randy Malloy. "And they'll perform for a small audience. Private. You know, 30 to 40 […]

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