IBOC By State: District of Columbia (Dec 2013)
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 19 stations in the Capitol broadcasting 45 HD Radio channels.
|Market||Calls||HD1 Format||HD2 Format||HD3 Format||HD4 Format||Licensee|
|Washington||WYCB-AM 1340||Gospel||-||-||-||Radio One|
|Washington||WWDC-FM 101.1||Rock||Active Rock - Rock Nation||-||-||Clear Channel|
|Washington||WIAD-FM 94.7||Hot AC||WNEW - News||WJFK-FM Sports||-||CBS Radio|
|Washington||WTOP-FM 103.5||News||The Voice of Russia||The Gamut||-||Hubbard Radio|
|Washington||WWWT-FM 107.7||News||WFED-AM 1500||The Gamut||-||Hubbard Radio|
|Washington||WIHT-FM 99.5||CHR||Pride Radio||-||-||Clear Channel|
|Washington||WJFK-FM 106.7||Sports||CBS Sports Radio||WFAN-AM-New York||WJZ-FM Baltimore||CBS Radio|
|Washington||WPGC-FM 95.5||Urban||Dance- Area 955||CBS Sports Radio||-||CBS Radio|
|Washington||WBIG-FM 100.3||Classic Rock||Vietnamese- VNDC||-||-||Clear Channel|
|Washington||WMMJ-FM 102.3||Urban AC||-||-||-||Radio One|
|Washington||WAMU-FM 88.5||News/ Talk/ Info||Bluegrass||News/ Talk/ Music - Intersection||-||American University|
|Washington||WETA-FM 90.9||Classical||Viva la Voce||-||-||Greater Washington Educational Telecomm Association|
|Washington||WHUR-FM 96.3||Urban AC||WHUR World||WHBC||-||Howard University|
|Washington||WCSP-FM 90.1||News/ Talk/ Info||House Coverage||Senate Coverage||-||National Cable Satellite Corporation|
|Washington||WASH-FM 97.1||AC||Oldies||-||-||Clear Channel|
|Washington||WKYS-FM 93.9||Hip Hop/ Rhythm and Blues||-||-||-||Radio One|
|Washington||WRQX-FM 107.3||Hot AC||WMAL-News/Talk||-||-||Cumulus Media|
|Washington||WMZQ-FM 98.7||Country||Foggy Mountain||-||-||Clear Channel|
|Washington||WPRS-FM 104.1||Black Gospel||DC's News Talk 1450||Spirit 1340||-||Radio One|
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