WHVO

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WHVO & WKDZ
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City of license WHVO: Hopkinsville, Kentucky
WKDZ: Cadiz, Kentucky
Broadcast area Clarksville-Hopkinsville
Branding Oldies Radio 1480 & 1110
Frequency WHVO: 1480 kHz
WKDZ: 1110 kHz
Translator(s) 96.5 W243CH (Hopkinsville)
100.9 W265BW (Hopkinsville)
Format Oldies
Audience share 0.9 (Fa'07, R&R[1])
Power WHVO: 1,000 watts day
24 watts night
WKDZ: 790 watts day
Class WHVO: D
WKDZ: D
Facility ID WHVO: 55651
WKDZ: 25887
Transmitter coordinates WHVO:
36°52′15.00″N 87°30′43.00″W / 36.8708333°N 87.5119444°W / 36.8708333; -87.5119444
WKDZ:
36°52′57.00″N 87°50′44.00″W / 36.8825000°N 87.8455556°W / 36.8825000; -87.8455556
Callsign meaning WHVO: unknown
WKDZ: KDZ = Cadiz[2]
Former callsigns WHVO:
WYKH (1986-1987)
WQKS (1987-2000)
Affiliations Fox News Radio, Jones Radio Network
Owner Ham Broadcasting Co., Inc.
Webcast Listen Live
Website oldies1480.com

WHVO (1480 AM) and WKDZ (1110 AM) are a pair radio stations simulcasting an Oldies format. Licensed to Hopkinsville, Kentucky, USA, WHVO serves the Clarksville-Hopkinsville area. The stations are currently owned by Ham Broadcasting Co., Inc. and features news programing from Fox News Radio.[3]

History[edit]

WHVO was assigned the call letters WYKH on 1986-04-01. On 1987-12-14, the station changed its call sign to WQKS and again on 2000-05-16 to the current WHVO.[4]

WKDZ signed on the air April 8, 1966. The first music played on the station was the Star-Spangled Banner by the Trigg County High School band. The first song played was "These Boots Were Made for Walking" by Nancy Sinatra.

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