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CityOssining, New York
Broadcast areaNorthern and Central Westchester, New York
Frequency90.3 MHz
BrandingClassical New York 105.9 WQXR
OwnerNew York Public Radio
WNYC (AM), WNYC-FM, WQXR-FM, New Jersey Public Radio
First air date
1992 as WDFH
Former call signs
WDFH (1992-2013)
Call sign meaning
WQXR Westchester
Technical information
Facility ID71711
ERP250 watts
HAAT145 metres (476 ft)
Transmitter coordinates
41°09′07″N 73°47′10″W / 41.15194°N 73.78611°W / 41.15194; -73.78611
Links for station originating content

WQXW (90.3 FM) is an all-classical music radio station licensed to Ossining, New York.[1] It simulcasts WQXR-FM, the only classical music station in New York City.

WQXW now covers much of northern and central Westchester County, reaching portions of the New York metro area where WQXR cannot reach. WQXW's antenna tower is located in Pleasantville, New York.[citation needed]

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WDFH logo.
WDFH logo.

The radio station originated in 1982 as WDFH, a community radio station that broadcast a freeform format of progressive and alternative rock, jazz, blues, and folk. WDFH had a several-decades long history, starting out as a cable-based station in the 1980s and finally moving to the FM band in 1992.[citation needed]

One of WDFH's notable programs in its final years was OutCasting, a program for LGBTQ youth.[citation needed]

On July 29, 2013, WDFH ceased broadcasting, and the broadcast license was subsequently purchased by New York Public Radio, changing call letters to WQXW and becoming a rebroadcaster of WQXR.[2]


  1. ^ "WQXR | New York's Classical Music Radio Station". WQXR. Retrieved 2019-08-03.
  2. ^ "WQXR Expands its Reach into Westchester with New WQXW 90.3 FM". WQXR. July 29, 2013. Retrieved October 16, 2019.

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