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WDVT Logo.jpg
City Rutland, Vermont
Broadcast area Lebanon-Hanover-White River Junction
Branding 94.5 The Drive
Frequency 94.5 MHz
First air date September 24, 1990 (as WHWB-FM)
Format Classic Hits
ERP 6,000 watts
HAAT 98 meters
Class A
Facility ID 14719
Transmitter coordinates 43°34′4.00″N 73°00′32.00″W / 43.5677778°N 73.0088889°W / 43.5677778; -73.0088889
Callsign meaning Drive VT (Vermont)
Former callsigns WJEN (1/14/94-2/08/08)
WYOY (4/15/91-1/14/94)
WHWB-FM (9/24/90-4/15/91)
Owner Pamal Broadcasting
(6 Johnson Road Licenses, Inc.)
Sister stations WJEN, WJJR, WSYB, WZRT
Webcast Listen Live
Website 945thedrive.com

WDVT (94.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Classic Hits music format branded as "The Drive."[1] Licensed to Rutland, Vermont, USA, the station serves the Lebanon-Rutland-White River Junction area. The station is currently owned by Pamal Broadcasting.


The station was originally assigned the call letters WHWB-FM on September 24, 1990. On April 15, 1991, the station changed its call sign to WYOY. On January 14, 1994, the call sign changed to WJEN.[2] On February 8, 2008, the country format ("Cat Country") and WJEN call sign were moved to 105.3 FM, with 94.5 FM WDVT becoming the simulcast station. After two weeks of simulcasting its former format, WDVT became a classic hits station known as "The Drive."[3] The new format began at 6:00 AM on February 22, 2008. The first song "The Drive" played was Bachman-Turner Overdrive's "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet."

WDVT is an affiliate station of the "Floydian Slip" Pink Floyd show.

The WDVT call sign was previously used in the early 1980s on a Philadelphia AM station, now operating as WURD.


  1. ^ Fybush, Scott (2008-03-03). "This Week's Bloodbath: Citadel". NorthEast Radio Watch. 
  2. ^ "WDVT Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 
  3. ^ "WDVT is now 'The Drive'". Rutland Herald, Rutland, Vermont, USA. 

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