|City||White River Junction, Vermont|
|Broadcast area||Lebanon-Hanover-White River Junction area|
|Format||Defunct, was sports|
First air date
Last air date
|May 5, 2010|
Former call signs
Call sign meaning
|New Hampshire & Vermont|
|Power||1,000 watts day|
84 watts night
WNHV (910 AM) was a radio station licensed to White River Junction, Vermont, United States. The station served the Lebanon-Rutland-White River area. The station was owned by Nassau Broadcasting III, LLC.
It began its operations in 1959 as WWRJ, playing music. The call letters changed to WVTR in 1963. It became WNHV, branded as "The Voice of The Valley", when purchased by Rex Marshall of Reynolds Alum. fame. in 1966 (NH-VT Broadcasting Corp). The studios shifted to downtown White River Jct for several years prior to becoming WNHV. Marshall moved the station back to its original Route 5 transmitter location, enlarging the old studio building to house his future FM facility. WNHV-FM was added in 1969 and the stations simulcast until local sunset, (or 6pm in the summer months when the AM, a daytimer only at the time was allowed to stay on the air until 8:30 p.m.) Upon the death of Marshall, both stations were sold and had several owners by the time the station went off the air in 2010. The FM station became WKXE in 1985; it is now WXLF. In 2000, the AM station a sports radio station affiliated with ESPN Radio, branded as The Score 910. It ceased its operations on May 5, 2010 due to transmitter problems. It also lost its tower site, which had been farm land. The former site now houses a National Guard facility. On September 12, 2011, the station's license was deleted by the Federal Communications Commission.
- "WNHV Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
- Citadel Becomes Cumulus, Scott Fybush, NorthEast Radio Watch, September 19, 2011