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On April 1, 2008, Citadel Broadcasting moved the urban contemporary format from 98.5 FM to 103.1 FM.
The Oldies format then heard on 103.1 FM moved to 98.5 FM, along with the WOMG calls.
The Cumulus Media outlet is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to broadcast at 103.1 MHz with an ERP of 6 k W. Finally in 1982, the station hit the air as WDPN with an Urban Contemporary and Jazz music format with its studios and tower located in the Columbia suburb of Dentsville.
The station goes by the name 103.1 Kiss FM and its current slogan is "Columbia’s Best Variety of R&B."Its studios are located at the Tower building in Downtown Columbia, South Carolina and the transmitter is in Columbia northeast of downtown. Ratings for the new outlet were at a 4.2 in its first Arbitron ratings period.
WOIC was left Urban, while WDPM changed to Top 40/Crossover as "C-103" under the new call letters of WMMC. By early 1987, the station had evolved more toward a mainstream CHR format.
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By early 1988, what gains that C-103 had made were slowly being eroded by rival CHRs WNOK and new upstart WYYS (now WLTY).
The station was sold to Price Broadcasting, which changed the station's call letters to WPRH and the handle to "Power 103" on May 2, but kept the previous Top 40 format.
In February 1991, after the station had experienced a significant dip in the ratings, the station reimaged itself as Oldies 103, focusing on the music from 1964 to 1973.