|City of license||State College, Pennsylvania|
|Branding||All Hit B94.5|
|HAAT||179 meters (588 feet)|
|Former callsigns||WGGY (1991-1992)
(2510 Licenses, LLC)
|Sister stations||WOWY, WEMR|
In 1987, WBHV was born as a Rock-40 alternative to WQWK - which aired at that time as a top-40 station. Shortly thereafter, WQWK switched back to its "QWK Rock" format and B103 moved into the top-40 niche in State College, Pennsylvania.
During the 1980s and 1990s, the station was generally referred to as B-103 (The Beaver), as its prior frequency was at 103.1 FM, where WRSC-FM is currently broadcasting from. In terms of branding, WBHV initially identified itself as "B103 - The Beaver."
In the late 90's, the station changed its branding to "Beaver 103." In the early 2000s, the branding changed back to "103.1 - The Beaver" with an on-air lineup including mornings with Joe Thomas and Pam Bunch, middays with Glenn Turner and afternoons with Rob Tanner taking over the top spot in the State College ratings.
In 2006, after a few years off the air, WBHV was reborn in State College at 94.5 FM. Notable air talent at "The Original Bee" included Mike Maze, Paul Kraimer, "Doc" Livingston, Ronnie Fox, Dave Dallow, Marc Bishop, Kevin Kral (aka "Bailey"), Christian Myers, Captain Kevin Collins, Pat Kain and Steve Hilton (who for a period went by the name "Hitman")
The current lineup consists of The Morning Zoo with PJ and the "BTerns", The Drive Home with Steve Hilton (yes the same Steve Hilton from the 90's who returned to the station in 2007). Evenings are held down by Ty and Angela.
Previous stations broadcasting to State College on the 94.5 FM frequency include WGGY (1991–1992), WFGI (1992–2001), adult contemporary WLTS (2001–2006), and WSMO (February–August 2006). The call letters were officially changed to WBHV-FM on August 29, 2006.
- Official website
- Query the FCC's FM station database for WBHV
- Radio-Locator information on WBHV
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WBHV
- On the Radio - State College, PA
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