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WHOT-FM
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Broadcast area Youngstown, Ohio
Branding Hot 101
Slogan "Today's Hottest Music"
Frequency 101.1 (MHz)
First air date February 1, 1984 as WHOT-FM
Format Top 40 (CHR)
ERP 24,500 watts
Class B
Callsign meaning HOT Music
Owner Cumulus Broadcasting
Webcast Listen Live!
Website www.hot101.com

WHOT-FM is a commercial FM radio station in Youngstown, Ohio, USA, broadcasting at 101.1 MHz with a Top 40 (CHR) format. It is one of seven radio stations in the Youngstown market owned by Cumulus Broadcasting. Its transmitter is located in Youngstown. WHOT's main competition is WAKZ "95.9 Kiss FM".

On August 15, 2006 WHOT became the first station in Eastern Ohio to broadcast in HD .

Prior to becoming WHOT-FM on February 1, 1984, the station used the call letters WSRD. WSRD, nickamed "The Wizard", featured an Album-oriented rock format that was established back in the late 1970s. Known for many years as HOT-FM 101, the branding was changed to HOT-101 in the 1990s.

Hot 101 airs the nationally syndicated Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 Countdown Sunday mornings.

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On-Air Disc Jockies

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Current

  • AC McCoullough (5a-10a)
  • Kelly Stevens (5a-10a)
  • J-Dub (Program Director/2p-7p)

HOT 101 Alumni

  • Tom Pappas - Now in Las Vegas
  • John Trout - Now at WRWM/Indianapolis
  • Jim Loboy - Now Meteorologist at WYTV/Youngstown
  • Kasper - Now APD/MD/Afternoons at WAKS/Cleveland
  • Jonny Hartwell - Now APD/MD/Afternoons WZPT-FM/Pittsburgh
  • Jagger (known as Mike "Kidd" Thomas at WHOT) now Nights at WKTU-FM/New York
  • Joe Bevilaqua - Now an RVPP with Clear Channel/Denver
  • Scott Adams - Now Weekends at WDJQ/Canton
  • Brandy
  • Chase - Now Operations Manager at Emmis/Austin
  • Jay Kline - Now PD/Mornings at WLER/Butler
  • Jordan Kline - Now Overnights at WSNY/Columbus
  • Justine Thomas - Now Weekends at WBBG/Youngstown
  • Bob Popa - Now at WPIC/Sharon
  • Aaron Tyler (known as Cooper at WHOT) now PD/Afternoons at WKMX/Dothan
  • Hunter Quinn - Now PD/Afternoons at WKSI (98-3 Kiss FM Winchester, VA)
  • Greg Roth
  • Kerrie Evans
  • Amy Dunn
  • Cat Shannon
  • Todd Allen
  • Brandon Kage
  • Matt Blade
  • J.C. Simon
  • Kelin Bannon
  • Paul Knight - Now Weekends at KMXB (Mix 94.1 Las Vegas)
  • Karl Bloom-Now at WKBN-TV Youngstown, Ohio

<Please research and post the early AM years of WHOT on 1330 frequency.>

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