WRHM

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WRHM-FM
WVSZ logo.jpg
City of license Lancaster, South Carolina
Broadcast area Rock Hill, South Carolina
Branding Interstate 107
Slogan Carolinas' Best Country
Frequency 107.1 MHz
First air date July 27, 1964
Format Country
HD-2 Contemporary Christian
ERP 2,400 watts
HAAT 159.8 meters
Class A
Facility ID 50776
Callsign meaning Rock Hill Music
Former callsigns WPAJ-FM (1978-1987)
Affiliations ABC Music Network, ABC Radio Network
Owner Our Three Sons Broadcasting, LLP
Webcast Listen Live
Website Interstate107.com

WRHM (107.1 FM) is the flagship station of Interstate 107, the branding of two country music format stations in Rock Hill, South Carolina (107.1 WRHM) and Chesterfield, South Carolina (107.3 WVSZ).

About[edit]

Officially licensed to Lancaster, SC, Interstate 107 broadcasts from the WRHI/WRHM studios at 142 North Confederate Ave. near Downtown Rock Hill, SC. Interstate 107 is one of two stations in the Charlotte, NC metropolitan area that broadcasts Mike Huckabee's "Huckabee Report." WRHM is a country music formatted station, but also airs University of South Carolina football, basketball, baseball, Interstate 107 also carries NASCAR races from the Motor Racing Network and the Performance Racing Network.

Simulcast[edit]

WRHM programming is also simulcast on WVSZ-FM, licensed to Chesterfield, SC. WVSZ's main studio is that of WCRE-AM in Cheraw, SC.

HD channel[edit]

The HD-2 channel airs W281BE, a Contemporary Christian station.

History[edit]

WRHM was called WPAJ when it was in Lancaster, and the format was soft adult contemporary. The station aired Atlanta Braves baseball.

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Coordinates: 34°51′36″N 80°48′00″W / 34.860°N 80.800°W / 34.860; -80.800