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WHVO OLDIES 1480AM and 96.5FM, Hopkinsville, and WKDZ 1110AM & 100.9FM, Cadiz,  have teamed  up to become "Boomer Radio".  Boomer Radio plays the original rock and roll hits from the 50's, 60's, and 70's.  In fact, thousands of oldies listeners are hearing the very same songs on the very same station where they heard the rock and roll hits the first time, WKOA (which is now WHVO).  WHVO stands for "We're Hoptown's Very Own", and one of the most popular programs on WHVO is "Hoptown This Morning", which airs weekdays 6am - 9am.  WHVO has been serving Hopkinsville and the surrounding area since 1954.  WKDZ 1110AM & 100.9FM listeners enjoy a very news and information intensive morning show, Weekdays 6 - 9am, called The KDZ Country Club.

Boomer Radio keeps listeners informed with national, state, and local news at the top of every hour...all day long!   You'll hear extensive, comprehensive news at 6 and 7am and news headlines every hour starting at 9am.  We know you are busy, so we plan our news and information programming to suit your schedule.

Listeners enjoy Oldies radio for long periods of time because it takes them back to the "Good 'Ole Days"!  You don't hear the same songs over and over.  In fact, you'll hear some songs almost every day that you haven't heard in years!

Oldies 96.5FM serves listeners in Christian County, and 100.9 serves listeners in Trigg County.   


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