Radio Woodstock’s Latest Hudson Valley Battle


With 3,000 watts from atop a hill in Kingston, N.Y., “Radio Woodstock” has established itself as a home for Adult Alternative music while building itself a nationally known brand.

It’s made news for holding listener fund drives to combat ad revenue declines against Townsquare Media and iHeartMedia cluster sales. Now, CHET-5 Broadcasting’s WDST-FM 100.1 is fighting to stop a co-channel FM translator from signing on 45 miles to the south. The translator is also a first-adjacent to iHeart/New York’s WHTZ-FM “Z100,” which can be heard in the area as of today.

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