WHUR Lands New Station to Expand the Quiet Storm.Listeners with analog radios can now tune in to hear their favorite slow jams non-stop on 98.3FM.
The soft soothing sound of WHUR’S 24/7 Quiet Storm Station is expanding, giving more Washington, D.C. area
listeners a chance to experience the relaxing romantic format.
The expansion comes as the heritage flagship station 96.3 WHUR FM is set to mark
its 50th Anniversary this year. “WHUR has long been a trailblazer in the industry
and we are always looking for new opportunities to expand our brand. The addition
of 98.3FM now allows us to have a greater reach across the DMV,” said WHUR
General Manager Sean Plater.
The Quiet Storm Station was launched last December on 96.3HD2 holding true to
the original flavor of the Quiet Storm set in place back in 1976 by the late Melvin
Lindsey and still heard nightly on WHUR 96.3FM. “Whether in your office, car, or at
home; the Quiet Storm Station sets the right mood for the DMV and now with
98.3FM there are more ways for Washington to relax and unwind,” added Plater.
The Quiet Storm Station is available at 98.3FM and 96.3HD2 with an HD Radio. It’s
also available at www.thequietstormstation.com and on The Quiet Storm Station
WHUR 96.3 FM is the flagship station of the Howard University Radio Network. Broadcasting to the Washington region since 1971, WHUR is one of
the few University-owned commercial radio stations in America. The station can be heard daily by nearly a half million listeners in five states and
around the globe on the web at whur.com. The first radio station in the Washington area to broadcast in HD, WHUR is the recipient of numerous
awards including the prestigious NAB Marconi for Best Urban Station of the Year and NAB Crystal Radio Award for Excellence in Community Service.