Talk:WHA (AM)

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A lot of links to WHA are hockey related to the World Hockey Association, perhaps WHA should be a disamb pageSmith03 20:51, 31 August 2005 (UTC)

The WHA TV ANALOG transmitter is channel 21 the digital is on channel 20.

Translator update[edit]

I do know that translator W300BM (107.9 FM) in Madison at one time relayed WHAD. That was when the FCC didn't allow AM stations to feed translators (they do now). I just happened to be listening to WHA last week, and they ID'ed the translator as theirs at the top of the hour. Guess that settles it.--Fightingirish (talk) 01:34, 6 December 2011 (UTC)