Washington, D.C. - In a series of moves dramatically altering the radio dial in Washington, Bonneville International Corporation has announced that WTOP Radio, Washington's 24-hour all news station is moving to 103.5 FM today to expand its reach and penetration. Additionally, WTOP will partner with The Washington Post to form a new radio station broadcasting on the 1500 AM and 107.7 FM frequencies in late March.
"At 103.5 on the FM dial, listeners will get better reception," said Joel Oxley, Bonneville's senior vice president. "They will hear WTOP in their homes and offices throughout the region. It will also strengthen the signal in cars driving in the downtown area."
Classical music station WGMS will move to 104.1 and 103.9 FM replacing modern rock station Z104.