Following 92.3 K-ROCK FM’s Unique format, the only Commercial Rock station in New York City that played diverse Genres of music, back in the 90's and early 2000's. This station is, what can be called an "Clone" of the WXRK station in NYC that was on air from 1996 up until 2009. Here is a side note edit, taken from Wikipedia.org that explains the stations change to a more ”Alternative” format. - "By the mid-1990s, modern rock had become popular.. Nevertheless, by the beginning of 1996, there was no full-time modern rock station in New York City. To fill the void, WXRK switched to an alternative leaning active rock format on January 5, 1996, right after The Howard Stern show. To kick off the new format, which he enthusiastically endorsed as a better fit for his audience, Stern stayed on the air until 1:06 p.m. that day playing music. The first song Stern played was Marilyn Manson's cover of "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)". By August 1997, the station added more music that suited an active rock station and removed pop leaning alternative product (which they played very little of anyway), and it continued this format of a hybrid active rock/alternative for several years." - Note: This station is not affiliated with any Radio Corporation in NYC including.. WXRK, WNYL, WFNY-FM, WNOW-FM, WBMP.