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At a glance:  WIII (branded as I-100) is a radio station serving Ithaca, Cortland and the vicinity with a classic rock format. This station broadcasts at 99.9 MHz in Cortland and Ithaca plus 100.3 MHz (via translator W262AD) in Ithaca, and is under ownership of Saga Communications. It has the farthest reaching signal in the state of New York.

1751 Hanshaw Road
Ithaca, New York 14850

Business hours: 8:30am to 5:30pm Monday-Friday
Business Line: 607-257-6400
Office Fax: 607-257-6497
Request Line (Monday – Friday, 6AM – 10AM): 607-266-WIII (9444)
Request Line (Weekdays after 10AM / Weekends): 888-711-ROCK (7625)

Station Contacts

Chet Osadchey General Manager cosadchey@cyradiogroup.com
Chris Allinger Operations Manager/Brand Manager callinger@cyradiogroup.com
Kat Walters Mornings/ Production kwalters@cyradiogroup.com
Bryan Agnello Chief Engineer/IT bagnello@cyradiogroup.com
Connie Fairfax-Ozmun Promotions/Marketing cfozmun@cyradiogroup.com
PSA Public Service psa@cyradiogroup.com

 

Co-Owned Stations:
WNYY-AM 1470/FM 97.7
WHCU-FM 95.9/AM 870
WQNY-FM 103.7
WYXL-FM 97.3
WIII-FM 99.9/FM 100.3
WYXLHD3-98.7 The Buzzer
WYXLHD2-96.7 The Vine
WFIZ-Z955 95.5 FM
WFIZHD2-FM 107.7 Rewind

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