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WODC
WODC.png
CityAshville, Ohio
Broadcast areaColumbus metro area
Frequency93.3 MHz (HD Radio)
Branding93.3 The Bus
SloganWe Play Anything!
Programming
FormatAdult hits
Subchannels
Ownership
OwneriHeartMedia, Inc.
(iHM Licenses, LLC)
WCOL-FM, WNCI, WTVN, WYTS, WXZX, WZCB
History
First air date
July 1, 1961; 59 years ago (1961-07-01)
Former call signs
WBEX-FM (1961–83)
WKKJ (1983–2002)
WFCB (2002–04)
WLZT (2004–11)
Call sign meaning
OlDies Columbus (former format)
Technical information
Facility ID52042
ClassB
ERP32,000 watts
HAAT184 meters (604 ft)
Transmitter coordinates
39°52′34″N 82°58′49″W / 39.87611°N 82.98028°W / 39.87611; -82.98028
Translator(s)
  • HD3: 99.3 W257CU (Columbus)
  • HD3: 105.3 W287CL (Lancaster)
Links
WebcastListen live (via iHeartRadio)
Website933odc.iheart.com

WODC (93.3 FM) – branded 93.3 The Bus – is a commercial adult hits radio station licensed to Ashville, Ohio, serving Columbus and the Columbus metro area. Owned by iHeartMedia, Inc., the WODC studios area located in Downtown Columbus, while its transmitter resides near Obetz. In addition to a standard analog transmission, WODC broadcasts over three HD Radio channels, and streams online via iHeartRadio.[1]

History

WODC's HD Radio Channels on a SPARC Radio with PSD.
WODC's HD Radio Channels on a SPARC Radio with PSD.

Originally located at 94.3 FM, WFCB was called "WFCB-94.3", but to clear a move from Chillicothe to Ashville, frequencies were to be exchanged between WFCB and WKKJ, this happened in 2002. WKKJ was a sister Clear Channel station also in Chillicothe, but operating at 93.3 MHz, playing country music. After the switch, WFCB was re-imaged as "Mix 93.3", but continued to run and be staffed from Chillicothe.

When WFCB's transmitter was officially moved to Obetz on January 1, 2004, the station was flipped to "93.3 Lite FM" and the calls were changed to WLZT. The Hot AC format stayed the same throughout the transition and move to Ashville, Ohio. The positioner eventually transitioned from "93.3 Lite FM" to "93.3 WLZT" when the station switched to a more gold-based adult contemporary or classic hits format. After several musical changes, the station re-imaged as "Soft Rock 93.3" in May 2010.

On September 2, 2011, on Labor Day weekend, the station began stunting with "America's Top 500." Tuesday morning at 9 following the holiday, after playing "American Pie" by Don McLean, the station switched to classic hits as "Oldies 93.3." On September 29, 2011, the callsign was changed from WLZT to WODC. In February 2014, 80s music was added and the "Oldies 93.3" moniker was dropped, and was rebranded as "93.3 WODC."

At midnight on December 28, 2015, WODC relaunched with adult hits, branded as "93.3 The Bus".

References

External links

FM translators
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