Radio Disney is a soon to be defunct radio network based in Burbank, California, which broadcasts music and other content targeted at children and young teenagers under age 16; its format can be described as a youth-targeted contemporary hit radio with heavy emphasis on teen idols. It is a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company.

Radio Disney is formatted like a traditional radio station, featuring prize giveaways (in which listeners can enter via phone, online and since 2008, text message) and occasional in-studio interviews called "Takeovers", which usually occur during the weekday late-afternoon time slot.


1996-2001: The beginning

"Radio Disney, We're All Ears!"

Radio Disney was launched on November 18, 1996 (coinciding with the anniversary of the debut of Steamboat Willie's 68th birthday) at 5:58 AM EST with the song "Get Ready for This". Their slogan was "We're all ears" that was used heavily on jingles. Radio Disney started with songs that were played on Top-40 stations as well as popular oldies and songs from various cartoon shows and movies. Some media analysts likened the Radio Disney product to a mix of child-friendly artists and contests with music, forma-tics, and pacing borrowed from legendary ABC-owned top 40 stations of the past like WABC or WLS which had long abandoned their younger audiences for adult-oriented talk formats. Artists included 98 Degrees, Backstreet Boys, Bowling for Soup, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Destiny's Child, Hanson, Jessica Simpson, Mandy Moore, 'N Sync, A-Teens, Aaron Carter, Dream Street, Hoku, Eiffel 65, Jump5, 3LW, and the Spice Girls. The station became popular amongst children, teens, and tweens.

In 2000, these artists like Lil' Romeo, No Secrets, Play, and others became popular due to the station. Their new short-lived slogan was changed to "music and prizes that rock!" Later in 2000, Radio Disney increased the age limit for winning prizes and sweepstakes from 12 to 14.

2001-2007: Disney Channel stars

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Near the end of 2001, Radio Disney has been closely tied with singers/actors from original Disney Channel shows starting with Hilary Duff and Raven-Symoné, Miley Cyrus, Mitchel Musso, and more recently with the Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato, Bridgit Mendler, and others. This has caused a bit of controversy as several people feel that most actors from Disney Channel are simply trying to start a singing career. It also marked the start of their current slogan, "your music, your way".

In 2002, the first Radio Disney Music Awards premiered. It is a music awards ceremony that has been held every year since.

In 2004, Disney paid the former Children's Broadcasting Corporation (which operated Radio Aahs) $12.4 million. Disney had collaborated with Radio Aahs for a time prior to the launch of Radio Disney as a direct competitor to the Minneapolis-based company which reached about 30 stations at its height and former Aahs owners sued for damages because of a breached agreement.

2006 marked the 10th year since the station first went on the air, the rebroadcast of its first hour of broadcasting was aired on June 6, 2006 at around 4:58pm EDT on select markets such as WQEW. Also, as part of the 10-year anniversary, the concert "Totally 10 Birthday Concert" was held on July 22, 2006 at the Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, California. It also included a simultaneous live broadcast on the Radio Disney website. A second one was held in Dallas, Texas on November 18, 2006 at the Dallas Convention Center.

In February 2006, the Walt Disney Company announced that it would be keeping Radio Disney and its owned-and-operated stations while divesting much of its radio holdings to Citadel Broadcasting. Radio Disney will be part of the Cable Networks Group. This unit takes care of Disney's cable holdings, except for ESPN.

2007-present: Various changes

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In April 2007, Radio Disney completely dropped the word "Ears" (from their first slogan, "We're all ears!") from their (old) phone number, ear mail, and from Playhouse Disney daily programming.

Since the network's debut, Radio Disney was part of the ABC Radio Networks' satellite music group. That is until June 2007 when Disney retained this and ESPN Radio in the sale of the ABC Radio division to Citadel Broadcasting.

Radio Disney has been adding more songs from Disney Channel original shows as well as music produced from other teen music groups, several of which are associated with Walt Disney Records, Buena Vista Records or Hollywood Records. Disney Junior (former Playhouse Disney) programming has been cut back an hour. (originally a 2 hour block).

In November 2008, Radio Disney moved their headquarters from Dallas, Texas to Burbank, California. In June 2009, Radio Disney again increased the maximum age for winning prizes, this time to 16 years of age.

In January 2010, Radio Disney requested permission from the FCC to "silence" five owned-and-operated stations (plus a sixth station operating under an LMA to another company) while the stations were being sold. Sale agreements have been announced for two of the stations (as of January 28, 2010).

Disney launched Radio Disney's new website design in October 2012. The new website is a very, very simplified version of the old website, eliminating many of the old Radio Disney website features. The new site has a player that automatically starts the Radio Disney stream, along with a list for the Dot Com Top 3, and a simple request list, all on the home page. The only other pages on the new website include an about/help page, and an EEO page for the stations.

On December 3, 2020, it was announced Radio Disney will shut down in early 2021 after 25 years of operation, to focus more on the content for the Disney channels and Disney+.[citation needed]



Radio Disney plays a large selection of songs from stars and shows on Disney Channel along with popular songs found on a typical radio station. They also edit some Top 40 songs to make them more kid-friendly.

Serial Radio

In July 2010, Radio Disney aired its first scripted serial called "My Dream", a contemporary story on a format reminiscent of the 1940s. Unlike Depression-era radio serials that typically featured episodes lasting 30 minutes, episodes of "My Dream" last just 90 seconds and play multiple times throughout the day. "My Dream" stars Daphne Blunt as a 14 year old girl trying to make a name for herself in the music industry while dealing with the usual struggles, responsibilities, and emotional ups and downs of an everyday teen, which is similar to Hannah Montana.

Playhouse Disney

Playhouse Disney (originally "Mickey and Minnie's Tune Time" between 1998–2001) aired on Radio Disney weekdays during the school year at 12:00 ET and ended at 1:00 ET and was hosted by Robin, Tina, B. B. Good, and Susan Huber since its inception. It was also hosted by Betsy. Playhouse Disney was once a two hour block, but had been cut back an hour, along with Circle Time Story, (Originally "Mickey And Minnie's Storytime Theatre" between 1998–2001) which featured read-along stories from Disney movies and films. Like the now defunct Playhouse Disney on Disney Channel, it was targeted towards preschoolers. Songs from Playhouse Disney shows, Disney movies, and songs from other shows such as Sesame Street were played, along with contests with preschool related questions and questions about Disney characters. Classic Disney songs were also played during Playhouse Disney.

Radio Disney Junior

On February 9, 2011, it was announced that Radio Disney would begin a new children's block for kids 2-7 and their parents. The music block runs from 12:00-1:00 PM EST. It began airing on February 14, 2011, to coincide with the release of Disney Junior. This block is hosted by Hallie.

Radio Disney World Tours

In 2000 and 2001, Radio Disney launched two separate "world tours" that traveled to large markets across the United States. In 2000, the tour featured up and coming talent (No Authority, Myra) and then Radio Disney DJs, Mark and Zippy. The tour traveled to the following cities: Atlanta, New York, Boston, Dallas, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle. It played in theatrical venues and had audiences of up to 2,000 people per show (there were 4 shows each weekend in each market).

Features and contests

Radio Disney carries a number of features from interactive contests to informational programs.

Current features

  • 60 Seconds With (actor/actress name) - DJs talk with the hottest artists.
  • Celebrity Take with Jake - Jake chats about the newest celebrity news that's pre-recorded every day at 7:35AM PST, 1:35PM PST, and 4:35PM PST.
  • Code Word of the Day - The Code Word of the Day is given out about 5 times an hour. If a caller know the code word when he or she calls Radio Disney, (usually around 6:30 PM ET) they can win a prize.
  • Family Portrait - The radio show for the whole family. Callers call in to Radio Disney Ear Mail and describe their family traditions.
  • Music Mailbag - Every Saturday, The hour was hosted by Hallie or Candice. After a new song was played listeners call in to the station or vote online to "Pick It" or "Kick It".
  • NBT (Next Big Thing) - This segment is hosted by Jake. Every year, Radio Disney airs new songs by five contestants and listeners can vote. It is very similar to Incubator.
  • Planet Premiere - A music artist sits down with Ernie D or Candice as their newest album or song is played on Radio Disney. Before each song plays, the artist tells the listeners how the song came about, and the meaning of the song.
  • Park Pop Question - An on air game played by Blake (usually during the "Wakey Blakey" morning show) that relates to The Walt Disney Company's Parks and Resorts division.
  • Power Prize - This happens at least six times a day. A winner of a contest will not only win a super entry, but also a really cool "power" prize. This started when Radio Disney quit giving prizes to every contest winner.
  • Radio Rewind - A segment of a song was played backward and callers would try to guess the name of that song. The song would usually be played forward after someone wins.
  • Saturday Night Move It Party - Every Saturday night, Morgan and Maddie dance along with Radio Disney listeners to remixes of their favorite songs.
  • Snipp it Clip (In the Mix) - They play a small part of 3 songs and the person who guesses all three wins.
  • Sound File - The news on new music and artists. (New entries weekly during Top 30 Countdown)
  • Super Entry - Winners of a contest get one-hundred (100) entries into the grand prize drawing. When first started, the winner would get forty (40) entries.
  • The Dot Com Top 3 - The .com Top 3 airs every night at 9:30 p.m. ET, 6:30 p.m. PT. Candice plays the top 3 most requested songs of the day, and after, a caller with all three songs will win a prize or super entry.
  • Top 30 Countdown - The longest running program was hosted by Jake. Songs that got the most requests during the week were on the countdown, starting from 30 to the most requested song of the week. At the end of the year, the same thing was done, only it was the 50 most requested songs of the whole year. The Top 30 Countdown airs: Saturdays - 7am to 10am PT, 10am to 1pm ET and Sundays - 11am to 2pm PT, 2pm to 5pm ET.
  • Word to the Wise - Played as fillers during commercial breaks, word to the wise talks about topics such as safety & good habits. Later installments were labeled as "A message from Radio Disney, because we care about kids".
  • Friday Night Talent Show - This segment is hosted by Candice. Every Friday, callers would have to call in and sing any song they pick.

Retired features

  • ABC News For Kids - Kid friendly, and informational news with Jim Hickey.
  • ABC Notebook
  • Aptitude Dude
  • Backwards Bop - A snippet of a song was played backward and callers would try to guess the name of that song.
  • Battle Of The Cities - A trivia game that retired DJs, Mark and Zippy, hosted. Two contestants from different cities would call in and the caller with the most answers wins.
  • Bumbling Bill’s Safety Spotlight - Bumbling Bill and his friend Sally talk about what's safe and unsafe. Bumbling Bill can never seem to get Sally's name right. This program ended near the beginning of 2006.
  • Connect Family - Originally "Family Fun Day" but re-branded early in April 2007 under the "Connect Family" title, formally hosted by Ernie D. and Blake. Parents and kids would hang out and play contests on Radio Disney.
  • Frequency Jam - A program which started around 2002/2003. Every Friday night, three songs would be played by Ernie D. or Brian. The song with the most votes (via Radio Disney's website) would be the next song that will get played. Frequency Jam ended in February 2007 when Disney redesigned their website.
  • Grandma Nature
  • Garage Door Derby - This contest was run with D.J. Aaron K. Two callers would call in and race their garage doors. The first to say, "It's open!" or "It's closed!" would win a prize.
  • Gross Me Out - Gross Me Out was a long time program that talked about gross things which kids often like to hear.
  • Hairbrush Karaoke - Similar to the game "Karaoke" with D.J. Kara. D.J. Susan Huber would get a caller to sing karaoke on the radio, and then they would win a prize. This ended when Susan Huber left Radio Disney.
  • Hogwarts or Hogwash - A game played by Aaron K. The correct caller must answer three out of four questions from the popular Harry Potter series as true or false, by saying 'Hogwarts' for being true and 'Hogwash' for being false. This game is no longer being played, as Aaron K. is no longer on air.
  • Karaoke - A contest by retired DJ, Kara. She would sing one line of a song and the correct caller would sing the other.
  • Laugh Shack - Kids would call in and leave jokes. Jokes would then later be aired on the radio.
  • Let's Make A Deal - Another game/contest hosted by Mark and Zippy. This was also parody of the television game show of the same name.
  • Theatre Of The B-zarre - a program that ended around mid 2006. Dr. B and a hair-ball like creature named Critter talked about strange and creepy things.
  • The Adventures of Bud and Iggy - Bud and Iggy always get lost. Clues are given out about what city they are lost in. This long-time contest ended near the end of 2003.
  • The State Game - Three clues about a state were given out (the state nickname and two facts) and callers would try and guess what state it is. This game was played by B.B. Good and Sherry.
  • Thinkenstein: 2000 - Dr. Thinkenstein, a wild, hyperactive scientist with a Karloff-esque voice, examined technologies, and breakthroughs that other scientists were currently working on to improve the future. He frequently discussed his findings with his computer assistant, "I.gor" (nicknamed "E-dot").
  • Your Music, Your Way a.k.a. Your Music & Your Stars, Your Way
  • "Incubator"


Radio Disney has had a number of different DJs since its launch in 1996. A list of current DJs and a schedule can be found on Radio Disney's website. Below are a number of DJs along with their years of employment. Many Radio Disney DJs left the station around 2008, which was when Disney moved their studio to California.

Current DJs:

  • Candice Huckeba (2005-2007, 2009)
  • Ernest Martinez (1999, known on-air as Ernie D.)
  • Halicia Ashford (2008, known on-air as Hailie)
  • Jake Whetter (2008, known on-air as Jake)
  • Eliott (2008)
  • Morgan Tompkins (2009, known on-air as Morgan)
  • Maddie Whitby

Former DJs

  • Aaron Kannowski (2003–2008, was known on-air as Aaron K., currently owner of Uptown Sound)
  • Brian Huen (1997-2013, known on-air as Brian)
  • Sharon Michaels (1998–2008, was known on-air as B. B. Good)
  • Betsy (2008–2009)
  • Bob Evans (1996–1997)
  • Cherami Leigh (2007–2008, was known as Cherami, currently voice actress at FUNimation Entertainment)
  • David Jordan (2001–2005)
  • Dean Wendt (1996–2001, currently voice of Barney on Barney & Friends)
  • Don Crabtree (1996–2007, now district manager in Farmers Insurance)
  • Giel Anderson (2003–2008, was known on-air as Giel)
  • Jim Hickly (2001–2005)
  • Mark Sutherland (1997–2001, was known on-air as Just Plain Mark, currently host of Static Beach radio)
  • Kara Edwards (1997–2001, was known on-air as Kara, currently voice actress at FUNimation Entertainment)
  • Kim Stewart (1997–2000, now on KSCS)
  • Lee Cameron (1996–1999)
  • Lenny (2006)
  • Penny Nichols (2001)
  • Robin Jones (1996–1997)
  • Rita (2007)
  • Kyle Hebert (1996–2005, was known on-air as Squeege, currently voice actor at FUNimation Entertainment)
  • Sherry Rodgers (1996–2008)
  • Sheryl Shannon (1996–2008, was known on-air as Sheryl Brooks)
  • Susan Huber (1996–2008, currently voice actress at FUNimation Entertainment)
  • Tina (1997–1998)
  • Terri (2004–2008)
  • Web Fingors (2001–2003)
  • Gary Wallace (1997–2001, was known on-air as Zippy, later hosted Total Axxess as Wally, currently host of The Wally Show)
  • Blake Kuhre (2005-2011, known on-air as Wakey Blakey)


Online stream

Radio Disney is streamed at and is also available under the Pop/Top 40 section of the iTunes radio tuner.

Radio Disney is also available as a special feature on the Blu-ray release of Hannah Montana: The Movie via Disney BD-Live as well as the PSP game, Hannah Montana: Rock Out the Show.

From 1997 up until 1999, the network was streamed digitally in RealAudio format from Disney's website. The service was pulled in 1999, only to resurface a short time later as a pre-installed streaming channel on QuickTime 4's streaming media list. The service disappeared again around 2000 when Quicktime 5 was released. In March 2006, The stream resurfaced again in a Windows Media Player format as Radio Disney 2.0. It was then later revamped in a Flash format complete with lyrics and previously played songs. Starting in October 2011, Radio Disney is available in Canada on

Subscription Radio and TV

Radio Disney is available on Sirius XM Radio in digital audio in both the United States and Canada on channel 79. It was carried previously on Music Choice on most digital cable-TV systems. However, on September 18, 2007, Music Choice replaced Radio Disney with their own channel, Kidz Only!, similar to Radio Disney, but with a less interrupted music format. Radio Disney is also available via Dish Network on channel 6079. Radio Disney could be heard previously on DirecTV channel 867, but as of February 9, 2010, DirecTV changed their music programming from XM Radio to Sonic Tap. A few Digital Cable providers with radio services offer Radio Disney as a live radio broadcast selection to the listings, but other providers (like Dish Network) don't.


It was announced that Radio Disney would cease over-the-air operations (except in Los Angeles) on September 26, 2014, this being made on August 14th of that year citing the changing market industry. The other 23 stations will be sold, with internet and SiriusXM broadcasting continuing.

Despite being music-oriented, the network uses primarily AM stations, with a few FM stations. The listing below is accurate as of January 2010. Despite their current standing, many of these stations have diverse histories. Many of the current call signs of Radio Disney stations are variations on the Disney name and that of Mickey and Minnie Mouse. At least one appears to be named for Goofy. Another is named for Walt Disney World (WDW).

The Walt Disney Company owns a large number of its affiliates; the rest are operated through local marketing agreements that have varying degrees of local management.

Markets airing on HD Radio may have an 8-second delay in the AM broadcast, which makes those stations fall behind other Radio Disney stations on AM. A winner of a contest may be chosen before or while the contest details are announced. (In order to keep the analog/digital signals in sync, it is standard practice for Hybrid Digital Radio to delay all content by a few seconds.)

WQEW, Radio Disney's New York station, is a clear channel station that is audible throughout most of the eastern and midwestern United States and much of eastern Canada at night.

Owned and operated stations
Callsign Frequency Location
KMIK 1580 Phoenix, Arizona
KMKY 1310 San Francisco, California
KIID 1470 Sacramento, California
KDIS 1110 Los Angeles, California (flagship)
KDDZ 1690 Denver, Colorado
WDYZ 990 Orlando, Florida
WMYM 990 Miami, Florida
WWMI 1380 Tampa, Florida
WDWD 590 Atlanta, Georgia
WRDZ 1300 Chicago, Illinois
WRDZ-FM 98.3 Indianapolis, Indiana
WMKI 1260 Boston, Massachusetts
WFDF 910 Farmington Hills/Detroit, Michigan
KDIZ 1440 Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota
WQEW¹ 1560 New York City, New York
WSDZ 1260 St. Louis, Missouri
WGFY 1480 Charlotte, North Carolina
WWMK 1260 Cleveland, Ohio
KDZR 1640 Portland, Oregon/Vancouver, Washington
WWJZ 640 Mount Holly, New Jersey/Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
WDDZ 1250 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
KMIC 1590 Houston, Texas
KMKI 620 Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
KKDZ 1250 Seattle, Washington


¹ Indicates a clear channel station
Former Radio Disney stations
Callsign Frequency Location Years of affiliation Comments
KADZ 1550 Arvada/Denver, Colorado –2003 Station was shut down in 2003.
KALY 1240 Albuquerque, New Mexico Sold in 2010; later carried similarly-formatted JENNiRADIO but now has an oldies format
KBEE 860 Salt Lake City, Utah –2001 Affiliation moved to KWDZ in 2001
KDEF 1150 Albuquerque, New Mexico Affiliation moved to KALY
KDIS 710 Los Angeles, California –2003 Swapped with then ESPN Radio 1110 in 2003.
KDIS-FM 99.5 Little Rock, Arkansas –2013 Sold in 2013; format changed to religious programming in 2014.
KEBC 1560 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 2004–2013 Dropped Radio Disney for a comedy format in March 2013.
KDYS 1520 Lafayette, Louisiana 1997-2004 Originally a Radio Aahs affiliate; dropped Radio Disney upon station sale in 2004.
KKDD 1290 San Bernardino/Riverside, California –2012 Changed to Contemporary Christian music format in April 3, 2012.
KMAP 1050 Bakersfield, California
KMUS 1380 Tulsa, Oklahoma –2010 Sold in 2011; changed to Spanish.
KOIL 1020 Omaha, Nebraska
KORL 690 Honolulu, Hawaii Affiliate originally operated under the call letters KQMQ
KPHN 1190 Kansas City, Missouri –2013 Sold in 2014; format changed to religious programming.
KQAM 1480 Wichita, Kansas –2009 Sold in 2009; format changed to talk radio.
KRDY 1160 San Antonio, Texas –2013 Sold in 2013; format changed to Spanish religious programming in 2014.
KRNN 1380 Little Rock, Arkansas Affiliation moved to FM dial KDIS-FM
KRYS 1360 Corpus Christi, Texas
KSON 1240 San Diego, California Station became a Vietnamese/ethnic station in 2004
KWDZ 910 Salt Lake City, Utah 2001–2013 Went silent on August 17, 2013.[1] Sale pending.[2]
KWTX 1230 Waco, Texas
KXTP 970 Duluth, Minnesota
KYDZ 1180 Omaha, Nebraska Originally used the KOIL call sign; affiliation moved to (and KOIL reused on) 1020 AM
WAJD 1390 Gainesville, Florida –2010
WALL 1340 Middletown, New York –2010 Format changed to oldies.
WAMF 1300 Fulton, Oswego County, New York –2012 Dropped WOLF simulcast, in favor of classic country in October 2012.
WBWL 600 Jacksonville, Florida –2010 Sold in 2010; format changed to talk radio.
WBBQ 1340 Augusta, Georgia
WBHR 660 Sauk Rapids/St. Cloud, Minnesota
WBVA 1450 Norfolk/Virginia Beach, Virginia Disaffiliated from Radio Disney due to contractual issues.
WBYU 1450 New Orleans 2003–2011 Closed down September 26, 2011.[3]
WCHY 1290 Savannah, Georgia
WCOG 1320 Greensboro, North Carolina –2010 Sold in 2010; format changed to sports radio.
WDDY 1460 Albany, New York –2013 Sold in 2013; format changed to religious programming in 2014.
WDDZ 550 Providence, Rhode Island –2010 Sold in 2010, format changed to business radio. Call letters reused for Pittsburgh affiliate.
WDDZ 1500 Zion, Illinois 1998–2000 Former simulcast of WRDZ; call letters reused for Providence affiliate.
WDRD 680 Louisville, Kentucky –2010 Sold in 2010; before to the sale, the station flipped to the sports radio format as an ESPN Radio Owned-and-operated station.
WDZK 1550 Hartford, Connecticut –2011 Sold in 2010; format changed to religious programming in 2011.
WDZN 100.1 Cumberland, Maryland –2011 Changed to rock format in July 2011.
WDZY 1290 Richmond, Virginia –2013 Sold in 2013; format changed to religious programming in 2014.
WDSS 1680 Grand Rapids, Michigan –2008 Disaffiliated from Radio Disney on August 7, 2008.
WEOK 1390 Poughkeepsie, New York –2010 Format changed to oldies.
WGSM 740 Long Island, New York 1996–1998 Disaffiliated from the network when WQEW became the market's Radio Disney affiliate in late December 1998.
WHKT 1650 Norfolk, Virginia –2010 Sold in 2010; format changed to talk radio.
WHRC 1450 Providence, Rhode Island Originally known as WDYZ (reused for Orlando affiliate). Sold in 2001; affiliation moved to WDDZ.
WJDY 1470 Salisbury, Maryland
WKEW 1400 Greensboro, North Carolina Affiliation moved to WCOG in 2001
WKSH 1640 Milwaukee, Wisconsin –2013 Sold in 2014; format changed to religious programming.
WKYG 1230 Parkersburg, West Virginia
WMBO 1340 Auburn, New York 2000s–2013 Former simulcast of WOLF; previously known as WKGJ and WWLF before reverting to its original WMBO call sign. The station flipped to oldies.
WMKI 850 Birmingham, Alabama 1997–1999 Call letters reused for Boston affiliate and call letters reverted to WYDE
WMNE 1600 West Palm Beach, Florida –2009 After sale to Travis Media, resumed broadcasting on May 6, 2010[4] as an ethnic radio station, and changed call letters to WHTY as of June 2.
WMYR 1410 Fort Myers, Florida
WNEX 1400 Macon, Georgia
WOLF 1490 Syracuse, New York 2000s–2014 The station went silent in anticipation of a change in format.
WOLF-FM 96.7 Oswego, New York Former simulcast of WOLF; now WWLF-FM, a simulcast of (the current) WOLF-FM
WOWW 1430 Memphis, Tennessee –2012 Format changed to news/talk in March 2012.
WPGA 980 Macon, Georgia
WQUA 102.1 Mobile, Alabama -2005 Sold in 2005.
WWCS 540 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania –2010 Affiliation moved to WDDZ.
WWLF-FM 100.3 Sylvan Beach, New York Former simulcast of WOLF; originally known as WBGJ. Now known as MOViN' FM
WYNK 1380 Baton Rouge, Louisiana
WVOA-FM 105.1 DeRuyter, New York August 14–28, 2009 WOLF (AM) simulcast was during 2 weeks;[5] format changed to country music.


The Radio Disney Jams series CDs are various artists compilations of music featured on Radio Disney.


Internationally, there are Radio Disney stations in Australia, Chile, Japan, Poland, Argentina, Paraguay, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Panama, and the Dominican Republic. There are plans to resume broadcasting of a Disney branded radio station in the UK, but this time under the 'Radio Disney' brand, aimed at a younger audience than its predecessor in the UK, On October 21, 2010 Disney premiered the radio in Brazil. It plans to broadcast in the Philippines, Sweden, and Mexico in the near future.

Latin America

Radio Disney is available in Latin America via terrestrial broadcast. Similar to Radio Disney in the US, it broadcasts in Spanish to Argentina, Chile, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Guatemala, Paraguay, Uruguay, Dominican Republic, Panama, Costa Rica.


Radio Disney planned to begin broadcasting on the digital radio platform in the United Kingdom by the end of 2008. On July 6, 2007, Ofcom, the communications regulator of the United Kingdom, announced that the 4 Digital Group, a consortium headed by Channel 4 and featuring Emap, UTV, British Sky Broadcasting, Global Radio, Carphone Warehouse, and UBC, had been awarded a license to run a new digital radio multiplex which would include Radio Disney as one of ten new national radio stations. On October 10, 2008, Channel 4 withdrew plans to launch 4 Digital, ending the probability of Radio Disney launching on the service.

A similar station, Capital Disney began broadcasting in 2002 on the DAB digital radio network, on Sky Digital (Digital Satellite) and various digital cable TV operators in the UK. The station was a joint venture between the UK's Capital Radio Group and Disney. The idea being to use Capital Radio's programming experience to assist Disney in launching a radio station in the UK. In early 2007, both Capital Radio (by now called GCap Media) and Disney agreed to pursue different goals, and as a result, Capital Disney ceased broadcasting and closed down on June 29, 2007.


External links

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