|| WKHR operates as part of a vocational
broadcast class. Original power is 10 watts
Original FM frequency was 88.3
Format was rock oriented.
|| WKHR 88.3 power is increased to 100 watts.
|| WKHR officially becomes WKHR Inc. as a
non-profit broadcast entity.
Adult volunteers begin playing big band and swing music on Saturdays
while students continue to operate the station from monday through
friday in a rock format.
||Planning begins for the power increase
on 88.3 (presently running 100 watts).
||WSTB 91.5 Streetsboro, begins the frequency
change process that will help WKHR to make a huge overall signal improvement
and allow a freq change from 88.3 to 91.5.
||A Power increase is submitted to the FCC
for a new Directional antenna system and an increase to 1000 (directional)
watts (mostly straight NORTH) on the present crowded frequency of
|May 30, 1995
||Construction is finished and the FCC Grants
authority to begin broadcasts at the higher power with the new directional
antenna on 88.3.
||WKHR applies to change frequencies from
the crowded and interference prone 88.3 to the far superior 91.5 with
an improved NON-directional antenna system that a will allow WKHR
to be heard well in Cleveland suburbs and throughout much of NE Ohio
for the first time.
|Sept 5, 1996
||The FCC grants a license to WKHR for the
new 91.5 NON-directional facility with the current power of 1100 watts.
||24 hour operation begins
||WKHR First On-Air Fundraiser raises over
$80,000 in donations and funding from Storer Foundation
||WKHR tests and installs a new transmitter
and antenna. This upgrade increased our coverage by 75% over northern
||WKHR 2nd On-Air Fund Raiser raises over
$50,000 in donations.
||WKHR upgrades our 'main-air' broadcast
||WKHR 3rd On-Air Fund Raiser raises over
$60,000 in donations