Walter E. May
Cindy May Johnson
93.1 WDHR began its life in 1966 as an easy listening station at 92.1 on the FM dial. The original call letters were WPKE-FM, and the station was a sister to WPKE-AM. In 1973, the call letters were changed to WDHR, and a country music format was launched to great fanfare. The format was instantly popular, and WDHR became the source for country music in east Kentucky.
On December 17, 1991, the Federal Communications Commission authorized WDHR to change frequencies to 93.1, and increase power to 50,000 watts. Already a powerhouse, WDHR skyrocketed in popularity and has maintained market dominance in the region. 93.1 WDHR plays today’s country hits, and is an affiliate of the ABC Radio Network.
WDHR is an equal opportunity employer.
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