|City of license||WGAM: Manchester, New Hampshire
WGHM: Nashua, New Hampshire
|Broadcast area||Manchester area|
|Branding||ESPN New Hampshire|
|Slogan||New Hampshire Sports Radio|
|Frequency||WGAM: 1250 kHz
WGHM: 900 kHz
|First air date||WGAM: October 2, 1946
WGHM: March 23, 1992
|Audience share||0.8 (Fa'07, R&R)|
|Power||WGAM: 5,000 watts
WGHM: 910 watts day
60 watts night
|Facility ID||WGAM: 57088
|Callsign meaning||The GAME (former branding)|
|Affiliations||ESPN Radio, Boston Red Sox, New England Patriots, Boston Bruins, Dial Global|
|Owner||Absolute Broadcasting, LLC|
WGAM (1250 AM) and WGHM (900 AM) are simulcasting radio stations broadcasting a sports talk format named ESPN New Hampshire in Fall of 2012. WGAM is licensed to Manchester, New Hampshire, WGHM to Nashua, New Hampshire, USA. The stations serve southern New Hampshire. The stations are locally owned by Absolute Broadcasting, LLC and feature ESPN Radio programming like Mike and Mike, along with The Dan Patrick Show and some local programming; the station also airs Boston Red Sox games, Boston Bruins games, Notre Dame Football games and Westwood One sports programming.
WGAM was previously known as WKBR, which had been a popular Top 40 music station  in earlier decades, then switched to carrying One on One Sports and a country music format then finally satellite delivered oldies.. On March 20, 2006 the current sports format debuted. Slogan is New Hampshire Sports Radio, WGAM, The Game. 
In the late 1990s and early 2000s the station flipped formats several times, including oldies, both on their own and simulcasting WMEX from Farmington, New Hampshire . In 2004 the station carried Nashua Pride baseball games . Previous to the simulcast with WGAM, the station held the WGAM calls and carried ESPN Radio, however the network changed to Fox Sports Radio in 2006 and Absolute moved the WGAM calls to the more powerful 1250 frequency. Previous to the ESPN format, the station's call letters were WSNH. Other call signs held are WMVU and WOTW. WGHM were originally the call letters of 1150 AM in Skowhegan, Maine (Currently WSKW).
In June 2012 WGAM and WGHM added three live, local sports talk programs to their weekday lineup. The Home Team With Matt Perrault remained in the afternoon 4-6pm slot.
Christian and King
Hosted by Christian Arcand and long-time sportswriter for the Nashua Telegraph, Tom King.
The Home Team With Matt Perrault
Hosted by Matt Perrault who took over the show when former host Mike Mutnansky left to become the mid-day host on WEEI's "Mut and Merloni".
High School Insiders
Hosted by Rich Flerra and Nick Anastos
Friday Night Lights
WGAM runs a weekly high school football wrap-around show every Friday from 6pm-11pm during the season. Chris DeTurk anchors in-studio while numerous correspondents from games all over the state call in with live scores and updates.
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- Johnson, Dean (March 24, 1992). "Talk radio hits airwaves in southern New Hampshire". Boston Herald. p. 43. Retrieved December 24, 2011. (preview of subscription content)
- "Manchester Market Ratings". Radio & Records.
- "WGAM Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
- "ESPN Radio to Launch on New Hampshire Duo". Radio Online. October 6, 2009. Retrieved October 6, 2009.
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