Basic Radio Station Information

WHAG 1410 AM

Good Time Oldies

City of License:
Halfway, MD

Format:
Classic Hits

Market:
Hagerstown-Chambersburg, MD-PA

Owner:
Alpha Media (Alpha Media Licensee LLC)

WHAG is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1410 KHz. The station is licensed to Halfway, MD and is part of the Hagerstown-Chambersburg, MD-PA radio market. The station airs classic hits music programming with the slogan "Good Time Oldies". WHAG is owned by Alpha Media.

Nearby Radio Stations

Wild 96.7, WARK 1490 AM, WICL 95.9 FM, WJEJ 1240 AM, WWEG 106.9 FM, WZXH 91.7 FM, WCBG 1380 AM, WRGG 93.7 FM, WCRH 90.5 FM, WQCM 94.3 FM

Co-Owned Radio Stations in Hagerstown-Chambersburg, MD-PA

WCHA 800 AM, Wild 96.7, Mix 95.1, WQCM 94.3 FM

Listener Comments and Reviews

This station used to play "true oldies" but these days the station considers Music from the 70's and 80's to be "oldies". This radio station is a disgrace to the older folks.
By: Jim on May 15, 2011

Bring back all of Imus. The new lineup is horrible and I turn it off at 9:00 now.
By: Anonymous on January 29, 2014

ALI GHAN SHRINERS ANNUAL FREE SCREENING CLINIC FOR CHILDREN The Shriners Little Red Car Unit, also called the “Sayara Unit” of Ali Ghan Shriners; will host its 6th free medical screening clinic, 16 January 2016 at the Hagerstown’s Valley Mall, from 11:00am - 3:00pm. This clinic will evaluate children up to 21 years of age that have or could have: Orthopedic Conditions, Burns, Spinal Cord Injuries, Cleft Lip, or Cleft Palate, as well as need surgery, prosthetics, or follow up care. These children can receive care at a Shriners Hospitals for Children regardless of the ability to pay. They can also receive transportation to and from appointments, meals and lodging as required at no cost to them. Recently the Shriners Hospitals for Children health system became a member of the Mayo Clinic Hospital network. This means our children have access to 32 more facilities and our providers can collaborate with Mayo Clinic specialists to discuss topics related to patient care when they believe it would greater improve the patients care and quality of life. This is also done at no cost to the patient or family. Please contact Mr. Major F. Warren at mwarren@cfcwc-md.org or 240-527-0434 if you have or know of a child who could use the services.
By: Major F. Warren III on January 3, 2016

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