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IBOC by State: South Carolina (November 2009)
Ibiquity has a list of stations with licensed HD Radio technology and notes those on the air now. IBOC by state looks at various states and lists the stations making the transition. There are 24 stations in the Palmetto State broadcasting 42 HD Radio channels.
|Market||Station||HD1 Format||HD2 Format||HD3 Format||Owner|
|Charleston||WALC-FM 100.5||Christian Contemporary||His Radio Z||His Radio Praise||Radio Training Network|
|Charleston||WEZL-FM 103.5||Country||Americana||-||Clear Channel|
|Charleston||WRFQ-FM 104.5||Classic Rock||Aternative||-||Clear Channel|
|Charleston||WSCC-FM 94.3||Talk||Smooth Jazz||-||Clear Channel|
|Charleston||WXLY-FM 102.5||AC||Groove||-||Clear Channel|
|Columbia||WCOS-AM 1400||Sports||-||-||Clear Channel|
|Columbia||WCOS-FM 97.5||Country||Foggy Mountain||-||Clear Channel|
|Columbia||WLTY-FM 96.7||Variety Hit||Alternative||-||Clear Channel|
|Columbia||WNOK-FM 104.7||CHR||Club Phusion||-||Clear Channel|
|Columbia||WUSC-FM 90.5||College Freeform||-||-||University of South Carolina|
|Columbia||WXBT-FM 100.1||Hip Hop||Classic Hip-Hop||-||Clear Channel|
|Florence||WSIM-FM 93.7||AC||-||-||Miller Communications|
|Greenville-Spartanburg||WBZT-FM 96.7||Christian Contemporary||Classic Alternative||-||Clear Channel|
|Greenville-Spartanburg||WESC-FM 92.5||Country||Americana||-||Clear Channel|
|Greenville-Spartanburg||WFBC-FM 93.7||Top 40||Comedy||-||Entercom Communications|
|Greenville-Spartanburg||WLFJ-FM 89.3||Christian Contemporary||His Radio Z||His Radio Praise||Radio Training Network|
|Greenville-Spartanburg||WMYI-FM 102.5||AC||Smooth Jazz||-||Clear Channel|
|Greenville-Spartanburg||WPCI-AM 1490||Eclectic||-||-||Hunter Broadcast Group|
|Greenville-Spartanburg||WSPA-FM 98.9||Lite AC||Blues||-||Entercom Communications|
|Greenville-Spartanburg||WSSL-FM 100.5||Country||New Country||-||Clear Channel|
|Greenville-Spartanburg||WTBI-FM 91.5||Southern Gospel||-||-||Tabernacle Baptist College|
|Orangeburg||WSSB-FM 90.3||Variety||-||-||South Carolina State University|
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