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WSAK
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City of license WSAK: Hampton, New Hampshire
WSHK: Kittery, Maine
Broadcast area Seacoast Region & North of Boston [1]
Branding 102-1 & 105-3 - The Shark
Slogan "The Seacoast's Leader in Classics"
Frequency WSAK: 102.1 MHz
WSHK: 105.3 MHz
Format Classic rock
ERP WSAK: 3,000 watts
WSHK: 2,200 watts
HAAT WSAK: 100 meters
WSHK: 113 meters
Class WSAK: A
WSHK: A
Facility ID WSAK: 12155
WSHK: 4380
Callsign meaning The Shark
Owner Citadel Broadcasting Company
Webcast Listen Live
Website shark1053.com

The Shark is an American FM radio music station in the Seacoast Region of New Hampshire, United States. It is simulcast on WSAK (102.1 MHz; Hampton) and WSHK (105.3 MHz; Kittery, Maine), with broadcast studios located in Dover.[1] The station's program format is almost exclusively classic rock. A few specialty programs are carried: The House of Blues Radio Hour with Dan "Elwood Blues" Aykroyd,[2] and "The Reporter's File", a public affairs program, both on Sundays. The station was previously the only New Hampshire station to carry the syndicated Bob & Tom Show morning show. It no longer carries that program, instead using its own local DJs on The Shark Morning Show.

The station is owned by Citadel Broadcasting.[3] It formerly broadcast as "Arrow", on the same frequencies and with a similar format, but using call letters WXBB and WXBP. The change to the new name and call was made in March 2000.[4] Citadel acquired the station in August 1999 when it purchased Fuller-Jeffrey Broadcasting Companies.[5]

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