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City Concord, New Hampshire
Broadcast area Concord (Lakes Region) area
Branding Concord Community Radio
Slogan New Hampshire's News, Views & Blues
Frequency 94.7 MHz
First air date February 29, 2004
Format Community, Talk, Blues, Jazz
ERP 45 watts
HAAT 45.0 meters
Class L1
Facility ID 126127
Transmitter coordinates 43°12′41.00″N 71°34′6.00″W / 43.2113889°N 71.5683333°W / 43.2113889; -71.5683333
Callsign meaning New Hampshire's News
Former callsigns WCNH-LP (2003-2011)
Affiliations Pacifica
Owner New Hampshire's News, Views & Blues
Website http://www.wnhnfm.org

WNHN-LP (94.7 FM) is a low-power radio station broadcasting a talk and music format. Licensed to Concord, New Hampshire, US, the station is owned by New Hampshire's News, Views & Blues.[1]

In August 2000, Highland Community Broadcasting applied for a low-power FM license. In July 2003 the FCC granted a license to Highland, for 94.7 in Concord. After 6 months of raising funds, WCNH-LP was constructed and went on the air at 2 p.m. on February 29, 2004. WCNH-LP aired a Classical music format. In October 2008 Highland was granted a construction permit for a new non-commercial license for 91.5 MHz in Bow, New Hampshire. In October 2011 that new frequency was launched as WCNH.

In October 2011, New Hampshire's News, Views & Blues purchased the former WCNH-LP from Highland Community Broadcasting, which moved its classical music format to a new frequency, 91.5 FM, licensed to Bow, New Hampshire.


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