93.3 Columbus

WODC Jumps On The Bus To Variety Hits

iHeartMedia Classic Hits 93.3 WODC Ashville/Columbus OH has come out of its annual Christmas music run with a new format. WODC relaunched as Variety Hits “93.3 The Bus” at midnight. The move centers WODC’s playlist in the 1980s but expands its library to include 1990s and 2000s tracks. The flip to Variety Hits places WODC closer musically to Saga’s 1980s centric Classic Hits “Rewind 104.3/103.5” WWND/WNNP as well as NABCO rimshot “103.9 Jack-FM” WJKR.

Oldies 93.3 Columbus Reboots

Clear Channel’s 93.3 WODC Ashville/Columbus, OH has dropped its “Oldies 93.3” moniker in favor of its frequency and call letters. Now branding as “93.3 WODC“, the change comes as the station skews its playlist further into the 1980s with less of a reliance on the 60s and early 70s. As host Mike Eiland explained to listeners on the station’s website: Your favorite music is still on, we’re all still on, but we’ve freshened up the sound! Listen up and you’ll hear artists like Madonna, 38 Special, Eurythmics, Tommy Tutone, Pat Benatar, UB40 and Yes! And…also yes…your favorites are still on from Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Chicago, Billy Joel, Bee Gees, America, Eagles, James Taylor, Fleetwood Mac, Diana Ross, Temptations and all ...[Read More]

93.3 Stunting In Columbus

Update 9/6: 93.3 WLZT ended its stunting at 9am today and as expected shifted to Classic Hits “Oldies 93.3“. Original Report 9/2: Clear Channel AC “Soft Rock 93.3” WLZT Ashville/Columbus, OH is stunting with a Top 500 countdown with a new format scheduled to debut following the Labor Day holiday. Clear Channel registered Oldies933FM.com, which fits the theme of the countdown. Columbus already has three other stations running Classic Hits, however none are as close to the center of the market as 93.3 is. The stations are Saga’s “Rewind 103.5/104.3” WNND Pickerington and WNNP Richwood rimshotting Columbus from the east and northwest respectively, NABCO’s “Classic Hits 103.9” WTDA coming in from the north, and recent move-in “K...[Read More]