Monroe Public Schools was granted a license from the Federal Communication Commission to broadcast on the assigned frequency of 89.5 MHz. as WEJY -- a Class-D non-commercial/educational FM radio station.
WEJY moved from 89.5 MHz to 97.5 MHz
WEJY started broadcasting in stereo.
Monroe County Community College collaborated with Monroe Public Schools to assist in the programming of the WEJY.
WEJY became WYDM
Monroe County Community College purchased an automation system to program WYDM
May 5, 2005
Dream 97-5, “The best music from the 80’s & early 90’s” officially started broadcasting twenty-four hours, seven days a week at 5 p.m. Dr. David E. Nixon, President of Monroe County Community College introduced the new station to the listening public.
August 28, 2008
Filed an application to the Federal Communications Commission for an increase in power from 8 watts effective radiated power to 49 watts.
March 5, 2009
Federal Communication Commission approves power increase to 49 watts.
Dream 97-5 is Monroe’s ONLY locally programmed radio station dedicated to serve the Monroe area.