D 93 WDNS
D 93 WDNS:
WDNS is a classic rock-formatted radio station that is licensed to, located in, and serving Bowling Green, Kentucky. The station is owned by the Daily News Broadcasting Company, the broadcasting arm of the Bowling Green Daily News, which also owns News-Talk formatted station WKCT.
The station began broadcasting at 98.3 megahertz on March 12, 1973. At the time, it was broadcasting a beautiful music format until switching to an Adult contemporary format in the early 1980s. At the time, the station was originally branded as D-98. In 1989, the station switched to an album-oriented rock format. The classic rock format came to the station in 1991, and the station has been broadcasting that format ever since.
In 1995, Hot AC-formatted station WQXE in Elizabethtown requested to move to 98.3 MHz. WDNS moved to its current 93.3 MHz frequency in order to avoid signal interference with WQXE. The 98.3 frequency was not used in the Bowling Green area again until 2014, when low-powered translator station W252CV was signed on by in-market rock radio rival WPTQ to simulcast that station’s HD2 subchannel for the benefit of listeners who do not own a HD Radio set. D 93 WDNS – WDNS is a broadcast Radio station from Bowling Green, Kentucky, United States, providing Classic Rock, Hard Rock, Metal and Alternative Music.
Radio Contact Info:
Address: 804 College Street Bowling Green, KY 42101