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WHOL (1600 AM) is a rhythmic contemporary radio station in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The station is owned by Major Keystone LLC and airs a rhythmic contemporary radio format. It is simulcast with co-owned AM 1400 WEST in Easton, Pennsylvania. The studios and transmitter are on Colorado Street in Allentown.WHOL is powered at 1,000 watts by day. But to protect other stations on 1600 AM, it reduces power to 56 watts at night. It uses a directional antenna at all times. Programming is also heard on 99 watt FM translator W295CR at 106.9 MHz.

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