WKHI

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WKHI
Your Country K107.7.jpg
City Fruitland, Maryland
Broadcast area Salisbury-Ocean City, Maryland
Branding Your Country K107-7
Slogan Delmarva's New Country!
Frequency 107.7 MHz
First air date 1972 (as WEXM-FM at 107.5)
Format Country
ERP 25,000 watts
HAAT 106 meters
Class A
Facility ID 4107
Transmitter coordinates 38°11′54.00″N 75°40′50.00″W / 38.1983333°N 75.6805556°W / 38.1983333; -75.6805556
Former callsigns Exmore, VA:
WEXM-FM (1972-1983)
WKRE-FM (1983-1996)
Former frequencies 107.5 MHz (1972-2008)
Affiliations Westwood One, Citadel Media Networks
Owner Adams Radio Group, LLC
(Adams Radio of Delmarva Peninsula, LLC)
Sister stations WZBH, WOCQ, WGBG-FM
Webcast Listen Live
Website yourcountryk1077.com

WKHI (107.7 FM "Your Country K107.7") is an American radio station licensed to serve the community of Salisbury, Maryland, Ocean City, Maryland, Southern Delaware, Virginia, and the rest of Delmarva, with studios and cluster offices located in Salisbury, Maryland. Its tower is located in Pittsville, Maryland. The station broadcasts as a Country music formatted station branded as "Your Country K107.7".

History[edit]

Prior to moving to Fruitland, the station was licensed to Exmore, Virginia, and broadcast on a frequency of 107.5 FM. While in Exmore, the station had the call letters WKRE, broadcast with 50,000 watts of power, and featured a country music format. Prior to February 4, 2009, the station broadcast an Adult hits format as "Joe FM".

On September 4, 2015 WKHI changed their format from classic rock to country, branded as "Your Country K107-7".[1]

WEXM-FM (1972-1983) WKRE-FM (1983-1996) WKHI (1983-current)

Transmitter[edit]

The transmitter is a class A transmitter, 5,300 watts, HAAT 106 meters, located in Pittsville, Maryland. Facility ID 4107. Located on coordinates 38°11′54.00″N 75°40′50.00″W / 38.1983333°N 75.6805556°W / 38.1983333; -75.6805556

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