Infobox Radio station

name = WHAZ
city = WHAZ: Troy, New York
WBAR-FM: Lake Luzerne, New York
WMYY: Schoharie, New York
WMNV: Rupert, Vermont
area = Eastern New York and Southern Vermont
branding =
slogan = Alive Radio
airdate = WHAZ: 1922
WBAR-FM: 1990
WMYY: 1988
WMNV: 1989
frequency = WHAZ: 1330 kHz
WBAR-FM: 94.7 MHz
WMYY: 97.3 MHz
WMNV: 104.1 MHz
format = Christian radio
power = WHAZ: 1,000 watts day
49 watts night
erp = WBAR-FM: 1,250 watts
WMYY: 800 watts
WMNV: 4,300 watts
haat = WBAR-FM: convert|254|m|ft|lk=on|sp=us
WMYY: convert|273|m|ft
WMNV: convert|61|m|ft
facility_id = WHAZ: 8674
WBAR-FM: 8678
WMYY: 8677
WMNV: 20596
coordinates = WHAZ: coord|42|46|35.00|N| 73|41|10.00|W|region:US_type:city
WBAR-FM: coord|43|18|46.00|N| 73|50|7.00|W|region:US_type:city
WMYY: coord|42|37|51.00|N| 74|16|1.00|W|region:US_type:city
WMNV: coord|43|16|1.00|N| 73|15|21.00|W|region:US_type:city
former_callsigns = WBAR-FM:
WZBR (9/21-11/1/1990)
WRQL (1989-1990)
class = WHAZ: D
Others: A
callsign_meaning = With Holiness And Zeal
owner = Capital Media
website = [http://www.whaz.com/ www.whaz.com]

WHAZ is a Christian radio station licensed to Troy, New York and serves New York's
Capital District. The station is owned by the locally-based Capital Media and broadcasts on 1330 kHz at 1 kilowatt daytime, 49 watts nighttime from a transmitter located on Van Schaick Island in the neighboring city of Cohoes. WHAZ's programming is also simulcasted on three FM stations on the fringes of the market:
*94.7 WBAR-FM Lake Luzerne (Lake George/Saratoga region)
*97.3 WMYY Schoharie (Capital Region, Mohawk Valley)
*104.1 WMNV Rupert, Vermont (rimshot into Manchester and Rutland)

Recently 97.5 WHAZ-FM Hoosick Falls (Bennington VT), replaced the "Classic CCM" format it had broadcast for a year, with simulcast programing heard on the other four stations with the exception of Dr. Joy Browne during mid-afternoons.


WHAZ is recognized as being one the oldest radio stations in New York State, signing on in the summer of 1922 using 790 kHz in a time-share agreement with WGY. The station was operated by the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. At the behest of General Electric, which desired to operate it's flagship station WGY with an unlimited schedule, WHAZ was eventually authorized to switch to 1300 kHz. The NARBA frequency shift of 1941 moved WHAZ to 1330 kHz, daytime-only operations (minus one night a week in a historical timeshare with the timeshare of 1330's in New York City.

With the launch of WRPI FM on November 1, 1957, and most of the school's programming on the AM band being transmitted via carrier-current WRPI AM 640 by that time, WHAZ's future became expendable, only being operated for 6 hours on Monday evenings. The station was eventually sold in 1967 to new owner's who decided to program the station with a Christian religious format, which holds to this day. In 1973, WHAZ nearly added an FM variant of its programming on 107.7 MHz, however the death of the station's then-owner led those plans being scrapped by his children in favor of country music with the station becoming WGNA, now the regular #1 station in the market. WHAZ was sold again to the predecessor of current owner Capital Media in 1978.



callsign = WBAR-FM
call1 = W240AK
freq1 = 95.9
watts1 = 8
class1 = D
city1 = Lebanon, New Hampshire
call2 = W249AW
freq2 = 97.7
watts2 = 4
class2 = D
city2 = Lebanon, New Hampshire
call3 = W261CB
freq3 = 100.1
watts3 = 5
class3 = D
city3 = West Lebanon, New Hampshire


callsign = WMYY
call1 = W240AL
freq1 = 95.9
watts1 = 8
class1 = D
city1 = Bernardston, Massachusetts
call2 = W265AM
freq2 = 100.9
watts2 = 5
class2 = D
city2 = West Lebanon, New Hampshire

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