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City State College, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area State College, Pennsylvania
Branding Happy 103
Frequency 103.1 MHz
Format Classic Hits
ERP 370 watts
HAAT 398 meters
Class A
Facility ID 48926
Transmitter coordinates 40°48′30″N 77°56′32″W / 40.80833°N 77.94222°W / 40.80833; -77.94222Coordinates: 40°48′30″N 77°56′32″W / 40.80833°N 77.94222°W / 40.80833; -77.94222
Former callsigns WXLR (?-1988)
WBHV (1988-2005)
WJHT (2005-2006)
WJHT-FM (2006)
WQKK (2006)
WQWK (2006-2009)
WRSC-FM (2009-2016)
Owner Forever Broadcasting
(FM Radio Licenses, LLC)
Sister stations WBHV-FM, WBUS, WFGE, WQWK, WMAJ, WRSC (AM)
Webcast Listen Live
Website happy1031.com

WAPY is a classic hits station in State College, Pennsylvania operating at 103.1 MHz on the FM band with a power of 370 watts.

The then-WRSC-FM moved its talk programming from 1390 AM to 103.1 FM on Monday, August 3, 2009 as "Newsradio 103 WRSC." The news/talk format moved back to 1390 AM on May 20, 2015 as 103.1 flipped to classic hits as "Happy 103".


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Until May 20, 2015, WAPY carried many nationally syndicated shows such as, Coast to Coast AM with George Noory, America in the Morning with Jim Bohannon, The Glenn Beck Program, The Dave Ramsey Show, The Sean Hannity Show, The Michael Savage Show, The Mark Levin Show, The Jerry Doyle Show, The Clark Howard Show, and Live on Sunday Night with Bill Cunningham. WAPY also aired a local show, The WRSC Morning Show, starring Centre Region-area radio veteran Kevin Nelson (& Company), which is currently replaced with Pat Urban show. WAPY aired NASCAR programming as well during the week from MRN Radio.

Now that the station broadcasts a Classic Hits format it has a live local morning show and receives the rest of its programming from Westwood One Classic Hits Local


WAPY had been a talk radio station before becoming branded as News Radio 1390.

Andy Flick, currently a coordinating producer at CNN Radio, worked at WAPY during and after his time at Penn State University. John Lorinc, an anchor/editor for CNN Radio worked at sister station WQWK at the same time. Other WAPY alums include Pat Kain and Jennifer Goodwin.

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