WHDL' is an AM radio station licensed to Olean, New York. The station is owned by Community Broadcasters, LLC, and operates on 1450 kHz. It is the oldest station in Cattaraugus County, signing on on December 11, 1934. It was affiliated with ABC since its days as the Blue Network.
WHDL carries some limited high school sports programming from the Olean area as well as overflow sports programming from WPIG.
Former congressman James F. Hastings managed WHDL from 1952 to 1966. The station was historically an oldies outlet since at least the 1980s, a format that was dropped in 2013 in favor of a 24-hour ESPN Radio feed, branded as "The Huddle" (a backronym of the station's long-established call sign).
On August 8, 2016 WHDL changed their format from ESPN sports to top 40/CHR, branded as "Hot 107.1" (simulcast on FM translator W228AT Elmira, NY). The format change takes advantage of FCC regulations allowing an AM station to be broadcast on FM translators far removed from their city of license.