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Name: WHMP
Call Letters: WHMP FM
Dial Position: 1240, 1400, 1600
Coverage Area: Springfield, Northampton, and Greenfield
Address: 15 Hampton Ave.
Northampton, MA 01060
Office Phone: 413-586-7400
Office Fax: 413-585-0927

Dave Musante Sales/General Mgr. dmus@whmp.com
Monte Belmonte Brand Manager monte@wrsi.com
Joan Holliday Promotions / Website joan@wrsi.com
Bob Flaherty Morning Host bflaherty@whmp.com
Denise Vozella News Director dvozella@whmp.com
Bill Newman Host newman@LNN-law.com

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Directions to our Studios/Offices

From the South:
Take I-91 North to the first Northampton Exit – 18. At the light at the end of the exit, turn left and head north on Route 5. Exactly one mile from that exit you will see on your left a green brick building with a wrought iron fence (the Northampton Chamber of Commerce Visitor’s Center). Turn left on Hampton Avenue. Our building will be on the right just behind the fire hydrant.

From the North:
Take I-91 South to the last Northampton Exit – 18. At the exit ramp, turn left heading north on Route 5 towards the Center of Northampton. Just a little over a mile from the exit you will see on your left, a green brick building with a wrought iron fence (the Northampton Chamber of Commerce Visitor’s Center). Turn left on Hampton Avenue. Our building will be on the right just behind the fire hydrant.

From the West:
Take Route 9 East to the second of two intersections in the center of Northampton. (At the first you will see the “Academy of Music” Theater on your far right.) At the second intersection you will turn right heading south on Route 5. Hampton Avenue will be the second street on your right. Our building will be on the right just behind the fire hydrant and next to the public parking lot and garage.

From the East:
Take Route 9 West to the Center of Northampton. You will see the Hampshire County Court House on the far right corner of the first large intersection you see. Take a left turn heading south on Route 5. Hampton Avenue will be the second street on your right. Our building will be on the right just behind the fire hydrant and next to the public parking lot and garage.

Co-Owned Stations:
WRSI and WHMP


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