WAHT

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WAHT
City of license Clemson, South Carolina
Branding 105.5 The Roar
Frequency 1560 kHz
First air date 1969 (as WCCP)
Format Sports Talk (WCCP-FM simulcast)
Power 1,000 watts day
500 watts critical hours
Class D
Facility ID 24482
Transmitter coordinates 34°42′04″N 82°49′30″W / 34.70111°N 82.82500°W / 34.70111; -82.82500
Former callsigns WCCP (1969-1988)
WBES (1988-1989)
WCCP (1989-1997)
Owner Golden Corners Broadcasting, Inc.
Website wccpfm.com

WAHT (1560 AM) is an sports formatted radio station that serves Clemson, South Carolina, USA. WAHT offers a sports talk format, simulcasting WCCP-FM 105.5 FM Clemson, South Carolina. The station is owned by Golden Corners Broadcasting, Inc.

History[edit]

WCCP/1560 was founded in 1969 by the late Matt Phillips (who later founded WRIX-AM-FM in Anderson, SC). The call letters has formerly been assigned to Savannah, Georgia on 1450 kHz; that station became WBYG. Former CBS Morning News anchor Jane Robelot worked at WCCP in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

On April 23, 2007 WAHT changed their format to sports, simulcasting WCCP-FM (then at 104.9).

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