Dayton, Ohio (July 9, 2018) — Dayton’s 80’s rock radio station, The Eagle (WZLR) is now available on a more powerful signal for those who have an HD radio. The radio station heard at 95.3FM in Greene County and 101.1FM in Montgomery County can now also be heard on the 50,000 watt powerhouse signal of 99.1 on HD2. If your car is equipped with a HD (high definition) radio as most cars in the recent 5 years have, you can hear The Eagle loud and clear on the HD2 signal of 99.1FM (WHKO.)
“We’ve heard how much people love The Eagle but can’t pick it up, so we decided to make it easier. If you have a HD radio in your car, you can now hear it loud and clear in high definition anywhere in the southwest Ohio region.” according to Nancy Wilson, Program Director of The Eagle. “We would encourage you to get it on a preset and listen whenever you’re in the mood for 80’s rock.”
The station can also be heard anywhere around the country on iheartradio, tuneinradio.com and the exclusive Eagle app available on Apple and Android. Search “The Eagle Dayton” to download it free. You can even play the app from your phone right to your car radio.
The Eagle features nonstop 80’s rock from artists like Def Leppard, Bon Jovi, Guns N’ Roses, Journey and more with 52 minutes nonstop every hour and commercial free weekends.