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WQHH
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City of license DeWitt, Michigan
Broadcast area Lansing, Michigan
Branding Power 96.5
Frequency 96.5 MHz
First air date May 26, 1991
Format Urban/Hip hop
Power 6,000 watts
HAAT 98 meters
Class A
Facility ID 41819
Transmitter coordinates 42°50′58″N 84°40′4″W / 42.84944°N 84.66778°W / 42.84944; -84.66778
Owner MacDonald Broadcasting
Sister stations WHZZ, WILS, WXLA
Website http://www.power965fm.com/

WQHH is a commercial FM radio station located in DeWitt, a suburb of Lansing, Michigan. The station broadcasts on 96.5 MHz with 6,000 watts. The station plays hip hop as well as rhythm & blues music.

WQHH began broadcasting on May 26, 1991 with 3,000 watts. Power was increased to the present 6,000 watts in July, 2003.

In 2006, MacDonald Broadcasting purchased WQHH and sister station WXLA for $3.65 million. The studios were moved from DeWitt to Lansing at that time. MacDonald Broadcasting also replaced the local morning hosts with the Tom Joyner Show. In October 2008, the Rickey Smiley Morning Show took over the morning slot, replacing Tom Joyner.

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