WHUD (100.7 WHUD) is an Adult Contemporary radio station licensed to Peekskill, New York. The station is owned by Pamal Broadcasting and broadcasts on 100.7 MHz at 50 kW ERP from a tower site in Philipstown, New York.
In early 1957, Highland Broadcasting, owner of WLNA, began petitioning the Federal Communications Commission to grant a class B FM allocation to the City of Peekskill. In the petition, Highland noted that there were no class B FM allotments between Poughkeepsie and New York City, that the far flung northern suburbs were rather heavily populated, not all of the area was covered by FM signals, and it was culturally unique from New York City.
Initially, it was thought that 106.7 Mhz would fit in with the stations already licensed to New York City. However, by March 1957 that frequency had already been applied for by the Riverside Church in New York City. After some frequency shuffling between the cities of New Haven and Waterbury, Connecticut, 100.7 MHz was allotted to Peekskill on May 24, 1957.
WLNA-FM signed on for the first time on October 24, 1958 as the second FM station between New York City and Albany. The format was a 100% simulcast of WLNA. During this time, the FM station's main source of revenue was a Muzak Subcarrier.
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genres: adult contemporary