WLNG (92.1 FM) is a radio station in Sag Harbor, New York that has earned a reputation as a throwback to an earlier era with its frequent use of jingles, reverb, frequent remote broadcasts at store openings, carnivals and sundry events, and personality disc jockeys. Its transmitter is located on a hill in Noyack, New York which disc jockeys call "Mount Sidney" after station founder Paul Sidney (1940–2009). It had broadcasts in Monaural till January 20, 2011. The station's call letters come from Long Island. WLNG was one of the first radio stations in the country to focus on playing oldies, although the station included current hits in rotation for decades and even as recently as 1999. Today WLNG's music is almost all oldies. WLNG also had an AM station at 1600. In 1996 the frequency was sold to WWRL so that it could increase its power. It is owned by Main Street Broadcasting Co., Inc. It broadcasts at 5.3 kW.