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WFHN
WFHN logo.png
Broadcast areaNew Bedford/Fall River/Providence[1]
Frequency107.1 MHz
BrandingFun 107
Programming
FormatContemporary Hit Radio
Ownership
Owner
History
First air date
March 1, 1989[2]
Former call signs
WBSM-FM (October 27, 1988-February 27, 1989)[3]
Call sign meaning
We Are FairHaveN
Technical information
ClassA
ERP5,400 watts
HAAT105 meters
Links
WebcastListen Live
Websitewww.fun107.com

WFHN (107.1 FM), better known as Fun 107, is a Contemporary Hit Radio radio station that serves the New Bedford-Fall River, Massachusetts market along with (to a lesser extent) the Providence, Rhode Island market, broadcasting on the FM band at 107.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Fairhaven, Massachusetts to Townsquare Media.[4] The studio is located in Fairhaven, Massachusetts, shared with WBSM. The transmitter is located in New Bedford, Massachusetts on Pope's Island on a tower shared with W243BG. The station was originally built by broadcast engineer Randy Place in 1988–1989.

The call sign is drawn from the city of license, Fairhaven (FHN) and can also represent the word "FUN", the station's moniker.

References

  1. ^ Providence Radio Ratings, https://ratings.radio-online.com/cgi-bin/rol.exe/arb077
  2. ^ 1990 Broadcasting & Cable Yearbook, p. B-149; retrieved from americanradiohistory.com May 31, 2018.
  3. ^ Callsign history for WFHN from the F.C.C., retrieved May 30, 2018.
  4. ^ Venta, Lance (30 April 2012). "Cumulus & Townsquare Swap 65 Stations". Radio Insight. Retrieved 4 December 2016.

Coordinates: 41°38′24″N 70°55′01″W / 41.640°N 70.917°W / 41.640; -70.917