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1940s–19??

WHAT-FM 96.5

19??–19??

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19??–1958

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1958–1960s

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WWDB

1960's–196?

96.5 WWDB

196?–197?

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197?–1975

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1975–197?

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197?–198?

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198?–198?

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198?–199?

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199?–199?

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199?–199?

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199?–2000

WWDB NewsTalk 96.5 FM

WPTP

2000–2003

WPTP 96.5 The Point

WLDW

2003–2004

WLDW Wild 96.5
Wild 96.5 WLDW

WRDW-FM

2004–200?

WRDW 96.5 logo

200?–2015

WRDW Wired 96.5
Wired 96.5 WRDW

WZMP

2015–2017

WZMP 96.5 AMP Radio

On April 8, 2015, after registering domains towards a possible rebrand as "96.5 AMP Radio" (joining similar stations in New York, Detroit, Boston, Orlando and Los Angeles with the branding), WRDW-FM began running jockless and promoting a change to come on April 10 at 5 PM. At that time, after playing "Motownphilly" by Boyz II Men, the rebrand to "AMP Radio" took place; the first song on "AMP" was "Get Low" by Dillon Francis and DJ Snake. The call letters was changed to WZMP on April 20, 2015.

WTDY (FM)

2017–present

Today's 96.5 WZMP

On January 5, 2017, after playing "Time Of Our Lives" by Ne-Yo and Pitbull, 96.5 AMP Radio changed their name to Today's 96.5. The first song to play on Today's 96.5 was "Raise Your Glass" by Pink. On January 13, 2017, WZMP changed call letters to WTDY-FM to better match their new branding.