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WNNH Drops Talk For True Oldies

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.

WNNH To Become New Hampshire’s NewsRadio

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]