My boy @Tony840Cruise is obviously overjoyed to work with me‼️😂 Cap’n Herb Hurst is our #aviation analyst on @840WHAS 🚀 stream https://t.co/EMYwUGhNZA Join our entire team starting at 3 for #ThunderOverLouisville #airshow #fireworks #kyderbyfestival pic.twitter.com/3g0qXsNTFM— Terry Meiners (@terrymeiners) April 23, 2022 WHAS Radio is the mothership for Kentucky broadcasters. The biggest newsmakers sit for interviews with WHAS Radio hosts for lengthy chats about current issues. "That's quite creative but not very convincing." -- @LeaderMcConnell on Quintez Brown's lawyer claim McConnell spurred the federal indictment of his client. "(It's) really is quite laughable." LISTEN 📲 https://t.co/rOUSbxXbV7 Also: #inflation #violence #KYGA22 @840WHAS pic.twitter.com/3VNLtALoxK— Terry Meiners (@terrymeiners) April 14, 2022 Top ranked WHAS Radio is a full service radio station that offers news, weather,
It's still a year away but WHAS Radio will turn 100 on July 18, 2022. WHAS was Kentucky's first licensed radio station. What a wild trip it's been! 🎧 current WHAS audio: morning show, mid-morning, afternoons 🎧 historical audio Here's what WHAS-TV dug up in its video vault to note the radio station's 95th birthday in 2017. The Courier-Journal and Louisville Times Company obtained the broadcast license in 1922 and built a studio near the newspaper facility. This fall, current WHAS Radio owner iHeart Media will move the studio operations from Bishop Lane in the Newburg area back to downtown. WHAS has enjoyed a fantastic array of broadcast talent over the past century. The station has won prestigious awards for news coverage, emergency operations
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The crazed news writers at Ontario's CKLW Radio were the original National Enquirer Boys of radio. Growing up in Louisville, the bad boys of the airwaves crackled in from Chicago's WLS. The best ever? Gary Burbank: