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What is Information Radio?
1. Community Events
2. List points of interest
3. Provide information on road construction or detours
4. Promote any activity open to the general public
5. Promote community Garage Sales
6. Promote other charitable activities and fund raisers.
7. Publicize theatrical events from professional to community to High School Plays
8. Use for Emergency Operations, either weather related or other disaster announcements
9. Amber Alerts
Along Interstate 675 at northbound Interstate 75 to its intersection with Interstate 70
Along Interstate 75 at Franklin/Springboro exit to Vandalia
Along State Route 35 from Xenia to Trotwood
Many of the Five Rivers Metro Parks
Miami Township (some marginal areas)
Miamisburg (some marginal areas)
Since the station is designed as a low power AM station, there will always be some areas where trolley lines or high-power utility lines may cause some temporary interference but in the areas listed, the interference caused by these lines is minimal.
You can also hear us on many devices including:
Your smart phone
Your laptop or tabletop computer
Select times in south Dayton Suburbs on Time Warner Channel 6 or AT&T Channel 99
Signs provided by the local communities in the right-of-way
Additionally with the Information Radio facilities long term announcements for local attractions, such as museums, amusement parks, parks and others can be run on an on-going basis.
We work with local communities to support Information Radio 1660 with signs posted on local highways and major arteries like this sign in Kettering on Far Hills Avenue south of Dorothy Lane.
American Red Cross
City of Beavercreek
City of Centerville
City of Dayton
City of Kettering
City of Moraine
City of Waynesville
City of West Carrollton
Dayton Air Show
Holiday at Home
Inventing Flight Celebration
Kettering City Schools
National Park Service
United States Air Force Museum
United States Marines
Greeting to area by the Miami Valley's Congressional Representative
Preparing for disasters by the American Red Cross
Seasonal Weather instructions by WDTN Meteorologists
Weather forecasts by WDTN Meterologists
For more information on information radio and the specific needs to your community or organization, contact Norm Schrein at
In case of an on-going emergency, local government agencies can use the facilities of Information Radio.
1. Pre-recorded announcements.
2. Live broadcasts.
In case of the
threat of severe weather (watch or warning) the station will automatically switch
to the National Weather Service Broadcasts and stay on that system until the
watch or warning has been discontinued.
Northbound Smithville between southern city limit and Patterson
Northbound Wilmington between southern city limit and Patterson
Northbound South Main Street between southern city limit and
Northbound Patterson Boulevard just north of Carrillon Park
U.S. Route 35 east bound just west of Gettysburg Ave.
U.S. Route 35 west bound at city limits
Signs from City of Dayton on northbound Dixie at the UDRI entrance
Eastbound Indian Ripple at Western City Limit
Eastbound Dayton Xenia Road at Western City Limit
Eastbound Kemp Road at Western City Limit
Southbound Fairfield at Northern City Limit (Just south of Colonel Glenn)
Westbound Dayton Xenia just west of Orchard
Westbound Kemp just west of Beaver Valley
Westbound New Germany Trebine just east of Wyndam
Westbound Colonel Glenn at western edge of Wright State Univrsity
Eastbound Colonel Glenn just east of Interstate 675
Southbound National at northern city limits
Beavercreek's sign on eastbound Indian Ripple at western city limits.
just south of Dorothy Lane
Southbound Woodman just south of Northern city limit
Northbound Woodman just norht of Southern city limit
Northbound Far Hills just north of Rahn Road
Southbound Far Hills just south of Dorothy Lane
Eastbound Stroop just east of Dixie
Eastbound Dorothy Lane just east of Dixie
Westbound Dorothy Lane just west of County Line
Moraine's signs on northbound Springboro at southern city limits.
End of Southbound I75 Exit Ramp at Springboro Pike
Northbound Springboro at southern city limits
Southbound Dryden Road just north of River Road
Southbound Dryden Road at Interstate 75
Southbound Kettering Blvd. just south of Stroop Road
Eastbound main street just west of the Government Center
Centerville's sign on northbound Main Street just north of Spring Valley Road
Southbound on Main Street by Bethany Village
Northbound on Main street north of Spring Valley Road
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Information Radio On The Road