Radio Station Information

640 WHLO


Akron-Canton's News & Talk

City of License:
Akron, OH


Akron, OH

Web site:

Live Stream:

General Manager:
Bill Clark

iHeartMedia (formerly known as Clear Channel) (Cc Licenses, LLC)

7755 Freedom Ave. North
Canton, OH 44720


WHLO is an AM radio station broadcasting at 640 KHz. The station is licensed to Akron, OH and is part of that radio market. The station airs talk programming and goes by the name "640 WHLO" on the air with the slogan "Akron-Canton's News & Talk". WHLO is owned by iHeartMedia under the supervision of General Manager Bill Clark.

Nearby Radio Stations

WKSU 89.7 FM, WZIP 88.1 FM, FM 94.9 WQMX, 97.5 WONE, WAPS 91.3 FM, WWWR 97.1 FM, WAKR 1590 AM, WCFI 96.1 FM, Fox Sports 1350, 98.1 WKDD

Co-Owned Radio Stations in Akron, OH

Fox Sports 1350, 98.1 WKDD, Rock 106.9

Listener Comments and Reviews

Where is the Bill Cunningham show?
By: Roslyn DeGregorio on December 31, 2012

Why did you take off Quinn and Rose? is it because they tell the truth as to what is going on in America. I heard that you will not be airing the Mark Levin Show after Aug 2013. What's next remove Rush and Hannity. Who runs your outfit anyway, a bunch of liberals, You have the Wall Street Journal news in place of Quinn and Rose. I can get that on WKSU which is as liberal as you can get and it gives sanitized "news. What a joke! I will find another station to listen to and will tell everyone I meet not to listen to your station or patronize your sponsors unless you bring back Quinn and Rose, keep Mark Levin and keep the station a Conservative talk radio station. Please get a local host who is conservative and actually brings up local issues to discuss and helps promote America as the exceptional country that it is, and the return to a smaller constituional government. Thank You!
By: regina perrine on July 18, 2013

You carry the Jim Allbright Show but have cancelled the Mark Levin Show. You cannot be serious! Allbright is an uninformed flack for the Obama administration who lacks political and intellectual depth. Levin is independent and, with his legal background and experience in government, is much more qualified than Allbright to deal with serious issues of national security, the Constitution, and violations of the law in high and low quarters. By cancelling him you have revealed yourselves to be lowbrow broadcasters who obviously don't have the necessary intellectual background to run a culturally valuable radio station.
By: dged on August 20, 2015

The only program left I was tuning into on your station was Mark Levin. Good by WHLO. I guess "you can't handle the truth." Thank God for the TuneIn Radio application.
By: Bryan Finnicum on July 23, 2016

I would like to know what happened to FOX News, please. Matt Morrissey
By: Matthew MORRISSEY on January 18, 2018

Where is Jim Albright? Time slot 9am to noon. Where is he,I'm going there.
By: Karen on October 30, 2018

What happened to Jim Albright, 9am to 12 noon?
By: Roy Gingerich on November 5, 2018

Jim Albright was cut due to budget cuts (there's an article on it). Politically his show wasn't very informative but he was entertaining when he read local news and commented. I'm sure he'll land somewhere and I'll tune in. There isn't much use for WHLO now they don't do any local programming. Everything WHLO has I can get anywhere.
By: Mike on December 13, 2018

What is Olivia's last name. It sounds like Music head. I listen to Rush & Sean. Didn't care for Albright. Carolyn
By: Carolyn on April 24, 2019

Made a trip back to Ohio and was looking forward to hearing Jim Albright, of course i couldn't find him. I listened to his morning show everyday while living in Canton. I sure miss him.
By: Anonymous on September 3, 2019

My husband and I drove to your address today in North Canton to complain about not being able to hear the President last night. Then today I heard the President during Hannity's show, but the broadcast "cut" off at 6pm. Why?
By: Diane on March 26, 2020

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