92.5 WBEE has been Rochester’s No. 1 rated radio station with all major demographic groups for many years. It plays today’s new country music, and features high profile and community-connected air talent, including The BEE Morning Coffee Club’s Steve Hausmann, Jeremy Newman and TJ Sharp, plus Terry Clifford, Billy Kidd and Justine Paige. WBEE produces two major country concert events annually, called Guitars and Stars.
98.9 The Buzz has been an adult contemporary radio station since 2000. Its current mix of the biggest hit songs from the 70s, 80s and 90s targets adults ages 25-49 who have strong memories and a music passion associated with this mix. The Breakfast Buzz with Spezzano and Sandy, featuring Chris Konya. Other Buzz air talent include audience favorites Barry McKay and Nikki Reed.
98 PXY is Rochester’s “No. 1 Hit Music Station” playing contemporary hit music. WPXY targets moms and young adults ages 12-34. WPXY is on the forefront of pop culture and is the first to break new music to the Rochester market. The WPXY morning show, #TeamPXY with Carter and Corey, is followed by Whitney Young, Debbins and CK to keep Rochester’s Top 40 music lovers informed and entertained. WPXY produces Summer Jam, Rochester’s biggest annual Top 40 concert at Frontier Field.
96.5 WCMF is America’s second oldest classic rock radio station. WCMF’s listeners have either grown up with the station or are newly discovering it because of the resurging popularity of classic rock with so many age groups. WCMF is also an exclusive radio partner of the Buffalo Bills and the Buffalo Sabres, carrying play-by-play action for both teams. WCMF targets men ages 25-54. The WCMF morning show is called The Break Room with Tommy Mulé, Duffy and Kimmy. Dave Kane and Mud entertain afternoon audiences through the work week.
95.7 FM and 950AM simulcast ESPN radio in the Rochester market. From Golic and Wingo in the morning to locally produced The Sports Bar with Mike Danger and Gene Battaglia in the afternoons, to Buffalo Sabres and Buffalo Bills play-by-play, ESPN radio targets sports fans of all ages all week long.