As of Thursday afternoon, Cumulus Media’s Harrisburg, Pa., cluster has swapped the signals of its CHR and country-formatted stations.
WWKL(FM) — aka “Hot 93.5 FM” — has moved up the dial to 106.7 MHz, the former home of WZCY(FM).
The 106.7 frequency broadcasts at 50,000 watts making it significantly stronger than that of 93.5 MHz and reaches audiences across the Harrisburg, York and Lancaster metro areas.
WZCY(FM) has been rebranded as a Nash station and will now be referred to as “Your Neighborhood Country” and will play more traditional, “gold-based country music,” according to the announcement.
The Harrisburg, York and Lancaster clusters consist of WQXA(FM), WWKL, WZCY, WHGB(AM), WNNK(FM), WSOX(FM), WGLD(AM), WARM(FM), WSBA(AM) and WIOV(AM/FM).