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The Essentials

Call Letters: WSHY
Frequency: 1410am
City of License: Lafayette
Metro(s): Lafayette
Power: 1000 watts
Format: Adult Hits
Address: P.O. Box 1410, Lafayette, IN, 47902-1410
Address: 3824 South 18th Street, Lafayette, IN 47909-9102
Phone: 765.474.1410
Ownership: Artistic Media Partners, Inc.
Web Presence: http://www.wbpefm.com

Station Personnel

Current

SM: Shelley Kerhoff
Chief Engineer: Bob Henning
Promotions Director: Kim Seals
Production Director: Roger Forsythe

Former

WAZY(AM) (Take 1)

OM: Jeff Weber
PD: Karl Anderson
News Director: Bob Bennett

WFTE(AM)

GM: Roger Bauer
Chief Engineer: Jim Hawkins
PD: Dennis Cavender
News Director: Don Rittel

WCFY(AM)

GM/PD: Parris Foxworthy
SM: Jeff Chase

WAZY(AM) (Take 2)

WLAS(AM)

(Interim) GM: Sandy Zehr
Chief Engineer: Bob Henning
PD: Justin Kaiser
PD: Dan Baisden (August 2006 - December 2006) (From PD at WQHY in Prestonburg, Kentucky) (Now PD at WAJI)
Production Director: Mike Warner

WSHY(AM)

(Interim) GM: Sandy Zehr
Production Director: Mike Warner

Station History

1410am signed on November 28, 1959.

WAZY(AM) (Take 1)

WFTE(AM)

ABC/I affiliate. Country and Western format.

WCFY(AM)

Religious format. Studios located at 108 Beck Lane, Lafayette, In 47909-2853 (Phone: 765.474.4436). In April 1998 the station's format changed from religious to talk; the calls changed to WAZY(AM).

WAZY(AM) (Take 2)

WAZY(AM) became WLAS on September 1, 2002.

WLAS(AM)

Owned by Artistic Media Partners, Inc. Studios located at 3824 South 18th Street, Lafayette, IN 47909-9102 (Telephone: 765.474.1410). WLAS aired a standards format using the Jones Radio Network ("Music of Your Life") format. Sometime between September and December 2002, it changed formats and simulcast sister country WLFF.

WSHY(AM)

WSHY began by by simulcasting sister country station WLFF. Once WLFF changed formats on December 6, 2007 from Country to Adult Hits, and call letters to WBPE, WSHY began simulcasting WBPE outside of airing Purdue University sports broadcasts. WSHY briefly detoured to a Talk format from September 2008 to September 2009. The simulcast between WSHY and WBPE returned in early September 2009.

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