WHBT

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WHBT
City of license Tallahassee, Florida
Broadcast area Tallahassee, Florida
Branding Heaven 1410
Frequency 1410 kHz
Format Gospel
Power 5,000 watts day
18 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 28162
Transmitter coordinates 30°29′3.00″N 84°17′13.00″W / 30.4841667°N 84.2869444°W / 30.4841667; -84.2869444
Owner Cumulus Media
Website http://www.heaven1410.com/

WHBT (1410 AM) is a gospel music station broadcasting in Tallahassee, Florida. It is licensed to and serves the Tallahassee, Florida area. The station is currently owned by Cumulus Media.

Prior to September 3, 2008, it was a sports/talk radio station known as ESPN 1410 The Fan. It has aired programs from ESPN Radio and its own studios such as Mike and Mike in the Morning, Colin Cowheard, then WHBT Sports Director Ron Vitrano's "Fan Forum". Other programs that aired were Vitrano, and ESPN's Mike Tirico. WHBT was the current home of the University of Miami Hurricanes and Miami Dolphins Football Radio Broadcasts in Tallahassee.

On September 3, 2008 radio station WHBT abandoned all sports programming in favor of its current Gospel format. Current Program Director Darius "Doc D" Baker has added numerous additions to the station including Yolanda Adams in the morning, Morgan Dukes in the mid-day and Doc D & Miss Monique which is a highly rated live show that airs weekdays from 3pm-7pm. Ratings for the station have increased tremendously since its change in format.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New Tennessee Country; Gospel returns to 1410 Tallahassee". Radio-Info.com. September 3, 2008. 

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