A New Evolution For 93.5 Miami

Evolution 93.5 W228BY Miami All Things Dance Pete Tong Marco Mazzoli Stefania PittalugaiHeartMedia Dance “Evolution 93.5” W228BY Miami/100.7 WHYI-HD2 is relaunching under new management.

Promoting that the station is now free of “No big corporations, no managers, no rules, no nothing”, the station is apparently being operated by a group led by Italian host Marco Mazzoli, who hosts afternoon on Milan’s “Radio 105 Network” from his Miami based studio, and his wife Stefania Pittaluga. Mazzoli also hosted “The Italian Brunch” on W228BY in 2013. Pittaluga registered new 935Miami.com and Evo935.com domains for the station last month.

Evolution 93.5” is promoting a complete relaunch on Monday, May 11.

We are on air!!! Ready for the revolution?

Posted by Evolution935 on Friday, May 1, 2015

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Lance Venta is the Owner and Publisher of RadioInsight.com and a consultant for RadioBB Networks specializing in integration of radio and the internet. Lance has two decades of experience tracking the audio industry and its use of digital platforms.


  1. iHeartMedia Dance “Evolution 93.5” W228BY Miami/100.7 WHYI-HD2 is relaunching under new management.

    Will we still be required to download the iHeartRadio app to listen to it? If so, then “big corporation” is still in charge.

  2. Not necessarily.
    iHeart carries other companies’ stations on their apps. Still if there’s no other way to hear it other than iHeart’s platform, they should think about changing that.

    Local is always better. Good luck to them!

  3. I wasn’t expecting an impact on Ft. Lauderdale’s 93.5 (W228BV); however, the newest Facebook post refers to “add[ing] coverage”. Of course, “coverage” might have been used in a different context–although at least one reply there may have thought of it in terms of the signal.

    • Some newer comments suggest that they’re trying to boost the signal (to the south)–or even acquire another signal (again, to the south). Either way, the previously mentioned “Bull” (to the north) appears to be unaffected.

  4. I’m surprised that they are keeping the Dance format intact, but somehow this rebranding does look more like a smokescreen.

    • I’m honestly thinking it’ll stay Dance. Look at the operator’s network in Italy. Europe has always been a hot bed for Dance music. I don’t see it going anywhere.

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