Radio Station Information
WYDB 94.5 FM
City of License:
Delmarva Educational Association (Aloha Station Trust Ii LLC)
WYDB is an FM radio station broadcasting at 94.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Englewood, OH and is part of the Dayton, OH radio market. The station broadcasts News/Talk programming and goes by the name "FM 94.5" on the air. WYDB is owned by Delmarva Educational Association.
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Great station! I heard this new song that I wanted to request. Crazy Country Dream by Kris Anderson. Its pretty awesome.
By: Rob T on September 23, 2016
The best thing about radio stations was that the music was uninterrupted; your WYDB shows have a blip in the songs that make it impossible to listen to. Either you guys need to pay more for your internet or ask your employee to back off the internet shopping during programming hours so your listeners can enjoy pause free music.. It's all about the bandwidth when you run your operation off the internet it may be cheaper now to pay less for your bandwidth but in a few years listeners will find a radio station that really cares about the music .
By: Forrest dent on November 23, 2016
I’m coming up for a June 15 concert from Tennessee with Brett Eldridge and would love to have a meet and greet with him. Do you know if there will be one one the line up for then and if so how can I get a ticket. Would really mean a lot to me
By: Wilda davis on June 4, 2019
what has happened to the country music station?? and Bobby Bones? i don't like the conservative talk show format at all. !
By: sue on August 2, 2021
Can we go back to our normal morning show? Why are we moving to talk?! I am sure Bobby Bones will be more positive and upbeat then conservative talk.
By: Amanda on August 3, 2021
So disappointed that you dropped the Bobby Bones morning show. While it’s an inconvenience to me, I’ll now listen on the Big98 straight out of Nashville, I wanted you to understand the potential impact and why you have lost listeners.
By: Kathleen on August 4, 2021
Sorry you changed formats. I’ve changed stations.
By: Lynn on August 12, 2021
Great that there is a competitor to WHIO radio with the genre of conservative news talk! Love that you might include Mark Levin in your talk host lineup! Clay Travis/Buck Sexton or Dan Bongino would also be a great part of a conservative news talk lineup.
By: Bruce on August 23, 2021
I am happy to know that crucial conservative programs, like Mark Levin and Sebastian Gorka are on the air in the Greater Dayton area!
I have begged WHIO for years to add these important programs to their line-up. Luckily, these programs have been available on the internet, which I listened to instead of WHIO.
Now, my radio can stay on 94.5. Thank you!
By: George on August 26, 2021
I would like to have Dan Bongino added to the conservative talk show list to listen to.
By: Mike on August 31, 2021
I'm was very pleased to tune into your new conservative format. However, I haven't been tuning in for very long periods of time because I keep hearing the same short segments (often days old) repeated. I haven't heard a commentator I haven't liked. When will regular programs start?
By: Steve H. on September 6, 2021
Love your station...I live in Springfield, Ohio, sometimes reception is a little shaky, can u boost your signal so that I don't miss a word? Thanks, Ric
By: Ric on October 9, 2021
I am curious about two issues that occur on air.
1. There are various times when you are broadcasting "dead air" between programs. Sometimes for several minutes! What is causing that?
2. I notice that during the day, when switching from live to recorded, ie., going on and off commercials, that the volume (decibel level) is quite different. That is very annoying for the listener. What is causing this?
By: BB on February 17, 2022
BB, it's probably just a poor setup of their automation system.
By: Anonymous on February 17, 2022
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