WDMK FM 105.9 Detroit
Slogan/Positioner: 105.9 Kiss FM, Detroit's Best R&B from yhe 70's, 80's and Motown
Format: Adult Urban Contemporary / Urban Oldies
Web site: www.kissdetroit.com
E-mail: visit web site
Power/Height/Class: 20,000 watts / 725 feet / B
Broadcasts in digital/HD
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More about station:
- Radio Locator coverage area
- FCCInfo.com listing
- Recnet Broadcast Query
- WDMK on Facebook
- WDMK from TuneIn
- WDMK from Wikipedia
- Tower photos, thanks Tom Bosscher
Call Sign History:
- WDMK: 6/28/2005
- WDTJ: 8/21/1998
- WCHB-FM: 8/23/1996
- WCHD: sign on, 1960
Call Sign Origin: Detroit Michigan's Kiss-FM
On Air Date: May 26, 1960
Owner: Radio One
Telephone: (313) 259-2000
- 2007: Old school/oldies emphasis returns to Kiss FM.
- 6/25/2005: Format changes from Urban to Adult Urban Contemporary as Kiss FM moves to FM 105.9 from FM 102.7 with the arrival of the Tom Joyner morning show. The adult-based format is changed slightly dropping much of the Oldies/Old School previously heard on Kiss 102.7.
- 8/1998: New call sign is WDTJ, Detroit's Jamz
- 7/1998: Radio One acquires WCHB-FM (now WDMK) and WCHB AM 1200 from original owner, Bell Broadcasting.
- 1996: Format change from Jazz to Urban, call sign change to WCHB-FM.
- Late 1980's: Pure jazz format evolves into a more contemporary sound that also features new age, smooth jazz and fusion.
- 19xx: Call sign change to WJZZ to with jazz programming as Jazz 106.
- Late 1960s: Simulcast with WCHB ends and FM 105.9 begins airing jazz format.
- May 26, 1960: Station begins operations as WCHD simulcasting R&B format of sister station WCHB AM.
Oakland County; Greenfield and 10 Mile Rds (Oak Park)
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