Binnie Media flipped News/Talk “99.1 NH1 News” WNNH Henniker/Concord NH to Oldies using Scott Shannon’s True Oldies Channel this morning. The end of the NH1 Radio brand comes after Binnie sold the flagship of the “NH1” brand’s WBIN-TV spectrum in the FCC incentive auction and then the license to Univision. Additionally, Binnie has begun operating News/Talk 107.7 WTPL Hillsboro/Concord via LMA following the acquisition of the station and two others by Lakes Media. Lakes Media is run by Binnie VP/Engineering Dirk Nadon. The format change to Oldies is a return to the station’s heritage as WNNH carried Oldies programming from its sign-on in 1989 until 2007.
With New Hampshire being one of the early epicenters of the 2016 Presidential race, Binnie Media will flip Classic Rock “99.1 Frank-FM” WNNH Henniker/Concord to News/Talk “99.1 NH1 News” on Monday, August 31. Branded as “New Hampshire’s Newsradio”, WNNH will feature a lineup of Conservative Talk hosts, local newscasts, and simulcasts of NH1 News’s 6:00 and 10:00pm newscasts on WBIN-TV. The syndicated hosts to be heard on WNNH include Imus In The Morning, Salem Media’s Mike Gallagher and Dennis Prager in middays, Howie Carr from 3-6pm and Michael Savage from 7-10pm. Today, Lee Kinberg, Executive Vice President of NH1 and Binnie Media announced that on Monday, August 31st, WNNH-FM will re-launch as “99.1 NH1 News, New Hampshire’s Newsradi...[Read More]