WHFB (1060 AM) is a U.S. radio station dually licensed to the Twin Cities of Benton Harbor and St. Joseph, Michigan, broadcasting a Talk/ Variety format. 1060 AM is a United States and Mexican clear-channel frequency; KYW and XEEP are the dominant stations on this frequency.
It broadcast from its studios on Fairplain Avenue located in Fair Plain, Michigan, an unincorporated area south of Benton Harbor. Previously the station had long aired a sydicated Talk radio format as "All Talk - AM 1060" and later "Fox News Radio AM 1060". Over the years, hosts heard on the station have included Laura Ingraham, Bill O'Reilly, Bob Dornan, Sean Hannity, Michael Savage, and Monica Crowley. The station went off the air in June 2012, and the station was sold from WHFB Broadcast Associates to WIMS owner Gerard Media, LLC. In October 2013, it was noted back on the air with a simulcast of WIMS, and the stations' top-of-the-hour ID mentioned both WIMS and WHFB. By the end of 2013, the station was playing a wide variety of music, independent of WIMS. By 2015, talk programming had replaced most music on the station. The station's music format is a broad mix of Adult Contemporary, Classic rock and Alternative Rock. Former sister station WHFB-FM is now separately owned and continues to broadcast with a country music format.
WHFB can refer to:
- WHFB (AM), a radio station at 1060 AM located in Benton Harbor, Michigan
- WHFB-FM, a radio station at 99.9 FM located in Benton Harbor, Michigan
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