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WFAS-FM
City of license Bronxville, New York
Broadcast area Northeastern New Jersey, NYC Metro, Western Connecticut, Lower and Mid Hudson River Valley
Branding 103.9 and 106.3 WFAS
Slogan "Westchester's Best Music Variety"
Frequency 103.9 MHz and 106.3 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP 600 watts
HAAT 203.4 meters
Class A
Facility ID 14380
Callsign meaning Frank A. Seitz (father of station founder)
Former callsigns WWYD
Owner Cumulus Media
(Cumulus Licensing, LLC)
Sister stations WFAS(AM) WFAF
Webcast Listen Live
Website http://www.1039wfas.com

WFAS-FM (103.9 FM) is a radio station located in Westchester County, New York, covering the county and surrounding vicinity. The station has an adult contemporary format and is under ownership of Cumulus Media. Since late December 2007, 103.9 WFAS-FM has simulcasted on 106.3 WFAF-FM, located in Mount Kisco, New York, and covers most of the Mid-Hudson Valley, Northern Westchester and Putnam Counties, as well as much of western Connecticut. The station can also be heard throughout northeastern New Jersey and northern portions of New York City.

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Programming

Programming on WFAS-FM includes Jay Michaels and the "Wake up Westchester" morning show from 5:30am-10am. Bob Barnum has the news and other elements. Long time Traffic reporter Tom Baroni delivers Traffic and Meteorologist Frank Lombardo has the forecast. The John Tesh Radio Show runs from 10am-3pm. Mary DeSilva is the afternoon host from 3pm-7pm. The station features 10 songs in a row every hour. Westchester's Best Music Variety runs from 7pm-Midnight Monday Through Thursday. Rich Daniels host the Friday Night 80's from 7pm-Midnight Friday.

HD radio

Cumulus Broadcasting began upgrading its stations to HD Radio broadcasting in 2005. One of the first ten stations to be upgraded was WFAS.[1]

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