|City||North Canton, Ohio|
|Broadcast area||Canton-Akron metro areas|
|Slogan||The 80s and More|
|Frequency||101.7 MHz (also on HD Radio)|
|Translator(s)||99.7 W259BW (Canton, relays HD2)|
|First air date||July 25, 1968|
Christmas music (Nov.-Dec.)
HD2: Country "99.7 Canton's New Country"
|Callsign meaning||Hall Of Fame City|
|Former callsigns||WJER-FM (1968–2006)|
|Affiliations||Cumulus Media Networks
(CC Licenses, LLC)
|Sister stations||WARF, WHLO, WKDD, WRQK-FM|
Listen Live (HD2)
WHOF (101.7 FM) – branded My 101.7 – is a commercial variety hits radio station licensed to North Canton, Ohio, serving both the Canton and Akron metro areas. Owned by iHeartMedia, the station is the local affiliate for programs hosted by nationally syndicated personalities Ron Wilson and Jim Brickman. The WHOF studios are located in North Canton, while the station transmitter resides in Canton. In addition to standard analog transmission, WHOF broadcasts over two HD Radio channels, and is available online via iHeartRadio.
WHOF began as WJER-FM, under license to Dover, Ohio, on July 25, 1968. On April 14, 2006, the Federal Communications Commission approved a request from the station's owners, iHeartMedia (then known as Clear Channel Communications) to move the WJER-FM city of license to North Canton, Ohio. On December 27, 2006, the station adopted a new callsign, WHOF, and signed off. On January 16, 2007, WHOF signed back on as My 101.7 with an adult contemporary format; Billy Joel's "My Life" was the first song to air.
On September 4th, 2015, WHOF dismissed all on-air staff and began stunting with 80s music, teasing a change to come the following Tuesday at 8AM. At that time, rumors abounded that WHOF would adopt the country format of its HD2 channel. The "Something Different" turned out to be an 1980s-oriented variety hits format, as WHOF removed all current/recurrent music.  The first song under the variety hits format was "My Town" by the Michael Stanley Band.