1. Jess says

    A very early and interesting format change. I have the last half hour of WMGM into WHN. The quality is the same as this, but complete.

  2. Joseph says

    But didn’t WHN last only a few years as a middle-of-the-road format, nowhere near as popular as it’s previous Top-40 incarnation, and flip to country??

    • Mike D. says

      I’m pretty sure this format lasted through the ’60s — WHN went country around ’72 or ’73.

  3. says

    I spent 8 years at WHN in the 1970s but never heard the format change from WMGM. Thanks for this. And I always loved the original WHN jingle package. Never could find a complete copy…

  4. Ross says

    it made sense to get out of a 4-way top 40 battle with WINS, WABC, and WMCA at that time but I’m wondering if the change back to WHN and good music had something to do with George B. Storer who ran Storer Broadcasting, parent company of WMGM.

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