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WKNE logo
WKNE-HD2 logo
City Keene, New Hampshire
Broadcast area Monadnock Region
Branding "103.7 KNE-FM"
"99.1 The River" (HD2)
"WINK Classic Country 103.1FM" (HD3)
Slogan "Today's Best Variety"
"Different Is Good" (HD2)
Frequency 103.7 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Translator(s) W256BJ (99.1, Keene, relays HD2)
W276CB (103.1, Keene, relays HD3)
First air date May 1964 (1964-05)[1]
Format FM/HD1: Hot AC
HD2: WRSI simulcast
HD3: Classic country "WINK Classic Country"
ERP 12,000 watts
HAAT 302 meters (991 feet)
Class B
Facility ID 36834
Transmitter coordinates 43°2′0″N 72°22′04″W / 43.03333°N 72.36778°W / 43.03333; -72.36778 (WKNE)
Callsign meaning W KeeNE
Former callsigns WKNE-FM (1964–1974)
WNBX-FM (1974–1985)
WKNE-FM (1985–2003)[2]
Owner Saga Communications
(Saga Communications of New England, LLC)
Sister stations WKBK, WZBK, WINQ, WSNI
Website FM/HD1: wkne.com
HD2: wrsi.com
HD3: countryclassics1031.com

WKNE (103.7 FM, "103.7 KNE-FM") is a radio station licensed to serve Keene, New Hampshire. The station is owned by Saga Communications (which operates it as part of its Monadnock Radio Group) and licensed to Saga Communications of New England, LLC. It airs a Hot Adult Contemporary music format.[3] WKNE transmits in HD Digital.

The station has been assigned the WKNE call sign by the Federal Communications Commission since January 21, 2003. Prior to that it held the WKNE-FM call sign since May 1985 (and prior to 1974), and WNBX-FM from 1974–1985.[2]


WKNE used to be heard on translators W227AW in Peterborough and W255BQ in Claremont. Recently, however, Saga moved the translators into Keene proper and repurposed them to relay the HD2 and HD3 streams of WKNE within the city.

  • W227AW is now W281AU 104.1 Keene, which relays WZBK.
  • W255BQ is now W256BJ 99.1 Keene, which relays WKNE-HD2.
  • W270AH, the former WZID translator in Peterborough, is now W276CB 103.1 Keene, which relays WKNE-HD3.
Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
W256BJ 99.1 Keene, NH 250 D FCC
W276CB 103.1 Keene, NH 250 D FCC

Previous HD2/HD3 logos[edit]


  1. ^ Broadcasting & Cable Yearbook 1999 (PDF). 1999. p. D-281. Retrieved March 15, 2015. 
  2. ^ a b "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 
  3. ^ "Winter 2008 Station Information Profile". Arbitron. 

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