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Today's Hot Country is a non-commercial country music and classic country music internet radio station based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Today's Hot Country began broadcasting in June 2010 under its current format. The station relies on listener and community support to generate funding for its operating costs.
Today's Hot Country can be found on many websites, such as Broadcasting World, TuneIn, and iTunes.
Programming includes music by mainstream artists as Lady Antebellum, Sugarland, Thompson Square, Gary Allan, and The Band Perry. Today's Hot Country also features music from older country music artists such as Alan Jackson, George Strait, and Charlie Daniels. In addition to regular rotation of music, the station features specialty weekend programming.
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WMHB, 89.7 FM Waterville, is the non-commercial College radio station of Colby College in Waterville, Maine, United States. WMHB is directed, managed, and staffed entirely by students. WMHB has been on air in one form or another since 1949. WMHB can be heard in Waterville, Winslow, Oakland, Fairfield and surrounding communities as well as on the Internet via its webcast.
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