WHAS is the most powerful radio signal in Kentucky. It can be streamed worldwide but its over-the-air signal pierces atop most of the contiguous 48 United States. WHAS Radio will turn 100 next July, pumping out news, interviews, and information 24/7. Whether we're talking to Dr. Dunkenstein, Dr. Fauci, or Dr. Pepper, we are delivering audio and video content to keep our community informed. Thanks for hanging with us for our first century! That's our boy Ian Vertrees above. He's a deejay on WQMF and the daily producer and voice contributor on the Terry Meiners Show. The iHeart machine moves because it is fueled by strong employees. #WHAS100 🎧🎙 @MandyConnell is one of the greatest talk show talents in America, once dominating midday
video: Troy Turbeville Best of luck in the NBA, Trez. We appreciate your hard work.
The Kentucky Wildcats and Louisville Cardinals have both reached the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament. Louisville once again is the highest-rated American TV market for game watching. Final Four Fever is throttling up again as dominating Kentucky is expected to sweep right through for the Wildcats' 9th national championship. BONUS VIDEO: The NCAA posted a profile of Montrezl Harrell re: Louisville's storied history with The Dunk The Beasman radio script for March 23, 2015 FARDY & OH WITH 4 TO GO! FARDY & OH WITH 4 TO GO! FARDY & OH WITH 4 TO GO! CATS! CATS! CATS! YOU KNOW ALL THEM OTHER TEAMS ABOUT TO POOTY THEIR PANTS WORRIED ABOUT HAVING TO PLAY