Radio stations similar to or like WHAS (AM)

Radio station owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. and licensed to Louisville, Kentucky. Wikipedia

  • WKRD (AM)

    Sports talk formatted radio station in the Louisville, Kentucky metropolitan area. Owned by iHeartMedia, and is known as 790 KRD. Wikipedia

  • WKJK

    AM radio station broadcasting a talk radio format with some sports talk in middays. Licensed to Louisville, Kentucky, the station serves North-Central Kentucky and South-Central Indiana. Wikipedia

  • WAMZ

    Country music-formatted radio station located in Louisville, Kentucky. ERP of 100 kW. Wikipedia

  • WQMF

    Mainstream rock radio station in Louisville, Kentucky. Licensed by the Federal Communications Commission to the nearby city of Jeffersonville, Indiana, and broadcasts on 95.7 FM with an effective radiated power (ERP) of 28.5 kW. Wikipedia

  • WNRW

    Top 40 (CHR) radio station located in Prospect, Kentucky, serving the Louisville, Kentucky area. Licensed by the Federal Communications Commission to broadcast on 98.9 FM with an ERP of 43,000 watts. Wikipedia

  • List of radio stations currently owned by iHeartMedia. Of these stations, 448 of the stations which are outside the Top 100 DMA markets, plus another 91 stations which may or may not be in the top 100 DMAs are for sale. Wikipedia


    Sentences forWHAS (AM)

    • Boyles' former slot was filled starting on August 19 when Mandy Connell moved from fellow iHeartMedia (then Clear Channel) station WHAS in Louisville.KHOW-Wikipedia
    • On May 16, 1925, the first live radio broadcast of the Kentucky Derby aired on WHAS as well as on WGN in Chicago.Kentucky Derby-Wikipedia
    • A handful of powerhouse radio stations, including WLW Cincinnati and WHAS Louisville, quickly switched to non-stop news coverage, transmitting commercial-free for weeks.Ohio River flood of 1937-Wikipedia
    • A second sister FM station was established on April 20, 1947 on the newer FM band when WCJT started at 99.7 FM as the sister station to WHAS 840.WAMZ-Wikipedia
    • WHAS in Louisville, Kentucky is the dominant Class A station on 840 AM, so KXNT must reduce its power at night, to avoid interfering with WHAS's signal.KXNT (AM)-Wikipedia
    • Bill Francis (formerly of WLKY) and Susan Sweeney (formerly with radio station WHAS (840 AM)) joined the staff as anchors of the weekend newscasts; Tara Bassett (who had previously worked at WAVE) was the weekend weather anchor.WDRB-Wikipedia

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