|100 Chestnut Street, Rochester, NY 14604|
|1700 HSBC Plaza|
|585 454 4884 Business Line|
|585 222 1180 Talk Show Line|
WHAM 1180 is Rochester's leading AM radio station, owned by Clear Channel Communications and featuring news, talk radio, weather, and sports. The station's 50,000-watt radio transmitter is located in Chili.
Talk radio hosts include:
Note: bolded names represent local talent
The station first went on the air in 1922.
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2008-09-07 23:18:22 WHAM tends to feature a fairly heavily conservative slant. Sean Hannity, for example, was a staple during the morning commute and might still be for all I know. I prefer WXXI. —DaveMahon
2009-01-19 11:39:11 I heard a rumor that Lonsberry may be leaving. I think this would be a big mistake. I find Bob a bit of a loose cannon at times but he is generally fair and has great common sense, something we need more of these days. I think that the D&C is in trouble, partly because the editorial staff is out of touch with the readership. To keep WHAM connected locally you benefit from having a local voice. I think Lonsberry does a nice job. —gregriley
2009-01-19 16:59:26 FYI Greg-the rumor of his leaving came right from his own writing (http://lonsberry.com/writings.cfm). He is just trying to drum up discussion as usual—he knows nothing for sure.
As to Dave's comment from 9/7/2008 Sean Hannity has never contributed to 1180 in the morning. Rush has a morning blurb (generally to be ignored). Hannity is on from 11pm-1am. —PeteB
2009-11-14 21:06:52 Most of the night time guys on this station are the nutty ones (Savage, Hannity, and Beck) —DamianKumor
2011-06-18 20:13:42 Lots of good programming. Bob Lonsberry is great. He's eccentric at times, but always fun to listen to. WHAM would be foolish to let him go. Another good station is 1040/92.1 WYSL. They seem to have alot more local talent involved than WHAM. WHAM carries mostly national shows and WYSL seems to play more local shows. I personally enjoy listening to both for different reasons. —Beadle