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City of license Berkeley Springs, West Virginia
Broadcast area Berkeley Springs, West Virginia
Hancock, Maryland
Branding "Max 92-9"
Slogan "The Best Music on Your Radio"
First air date 1965
Format Classic Hits
Classic Top 40
ERP 3,200 Watts
HAAT 139 Meters
Class A
Facility ID 68204
Transmitter coordinates 39°37′0.0″N 78°13′3.0″W / 39.616667°N 78.217500°W / 39.616667; -78.217500
Callsign meaning We're Down Home Country
former format
Former callsigns WCST-FM (1965-1996)
WDHC (1996-Present)
Affiliations IRN/USA Radio News
Owner Capper Broadcasting Company
Sister stations WCST
Website WDHC Online

WDHC is a Classic Hits and Classic Top 40 formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, serving the Berkeley Springs/Hancock area. WDHC is owned and operated by Capper Broadcasting Company.


Logo used until March of 2014.

WDHC-FM came on the air as WCST-FM in 1965, but later changed to WDHC with the "Down Home County" branding in 1996. WDHC was originally on 93.5 FM and moved to 92.9 FM in 2005 with a taller tower and twice the original size and double the original power of 93.5.

WDHC's distant grade signal can be heard in Winchester, Virginia, Hagerstown, Maryland and Martinsburg, West Virginia.

In 2006, WDHC and sister station WCST finally made a presence on the internet of sorts, with a MySpace Group operated by employees of the station. This, to date, is the only online presence WDHC and WCST have had.

In 2008, WDHC launched their website. Interestingly, at the time, WDHC had copied this page, verbatim, on their "station history" page. In 2011, this was removed from the site entirely.

In April 2009, WDHC DJ Travis Lee, 27, known on the air as "Mr. T", was killed by a train while camping with friends in Morgan County, West Virginia.[1][2]

In 2011, WDHC switched their branding from "Down Home Country" to "Country 92-9" and to a more mainstream Country format, as well as updating their website.

In March of 2014, WDHC dropped its longtime Country format for a hybrid Classic Hits/Classic Top 40 format as "Max 92-9".


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