Port City Radio—Wilmington’s only all-news radio station—has expanded to include an additional FM signal and an AM signal.
Launched in April on 93.7 and 106.3 FM, Port City Radio expanded Saturday to 95.9 FM and 1180 AM, former home of Bach Radio.
Beau Gunn, general manager of Hometown Wilmington Media, said the change is in preparation for a new radio station that Hometown Wilmington Media will unveil later this month.
Port City Radio will remain on all four frequencies until Nov. 29, when Hometown Wilmington Media will debut a new radio station.
“We’re excited to launch our new radio station in response to overwhelming requests from listeners,” Gunn said. “There’s a lot of excitement about the new station. We’ve heard people talking about it for years, and we’ll soon be bringing it to our listeners.”
Port City Radio is the Cape Fear region’s only all-news radio station, featuring local news and sports from Port City Daily, national news from CBS News, financial news and market updates from The Wall Street Journal, traffic and weather every 10 minutes, and health and lifestyle features. Click here to listen live.
Hometown Wilmington Media is parent company to Port City Daily, Port City Radio, 98.3 The Penguin, 103.7 The Bone and the Save 30 Store.