Sunny 99.1 FM in Houston, Texas, plays a wide range of mainstream adult contemporary music for most of the year. During the holiday season, the station plays Christmas songs 24 hours a day. The station markets itself toward at-work listeners.
Examples of songs and artists played by Sunny 99.1 FM include, "Sweet Dreams" by the Eurythmics, "Blank Space" by Taylor Swift and "Lips Are Movin" by Meghan Trainor. The station plays Christmas songs from Thanksgiving to Christmas. On the air since 1946, the station has aired at the 99.1 frequency since 1959. Along with music, the station offers the syndicated Delilah's Love Songs show on weeknights, as of 2015.
Sunny 99.1 FM has been the station's name since its purchase by SFX in 1989. SFX later became the Clear Channel network. The station broadcasts from a transmitter located in Missouri City, Texas, and is available throughout Houston. The station's studios are in the Uptown district of Houston. Before labelling itself as Sunny, the station used the name KODA, after its call sign. Sunny 99.1 FM offers online streaming at its website and is also available on satellite radio and through the iHeartRadio app on mobile devices. The station's website features a blog with seasonal recipes, news stories and articles on a variety of other topics.