WLNA , located on the AM radio dial at 1420 kHz, first signed on the air on December 22, 1948. It was a full service AM station broadcasting from Radio Terrace in the Town of Cortlandt with heavy emphasis on local news and community events. The station owner at the time was the Highland Broadcasting Company. The call letters stand for Local News Authority.
Highland Broadcasting Sold both WLNA and sister station WHUD to Radio Terrace, INC in 1982.. In 1997, WLNA and WHUD were sold to Pamal Broadcasting.
Currently, the station's format is news and talk and is simulcast with WBNR and WGHQ as the Hudson Valley Radio Network.
WBNR located on the AM radio dial at 1260 kHz is licensed to Beacon, New York and serving the mid- Hudson Valley . The call letters stand for Beacon- Newburgh Radio. The station is owned by Pamal Broadcasting and broadcasts on 1260 kHz at 1 kilowatt daytime and 480 watts nighttime, both directional, from a four-tower array located in the south part of city of Beacon .
Currently, the station's format is News and Talk and is simulcast with WLNA and WGHQ as the Hudson Valley Radio Network.
WGHQ located on the AM radio dial at 920 kHz first signed on the air in 1955, originally as WSKN 1 licensed to Saugerties, New York with 1000 watts of power daytime only. Its transmitters and studio were located in the Town of Saugerties . In March 1960 the call letters were changed to WGHQ, and station was moved to Kingston , The call letters stood for General Head Quarters.
From its inception, WGHQ aired a somewhat Kingston-centric full service middle of the road format. WGHQ would remain MOR until owner Walter Maxwell sold WGHQ and sister station WBPM to Roberts Radio in early 1999. Roberts Radio was sold to Clear Channel in 2000 and WGHQ changed format to news and talk radio .
On February 1 , 2007, Pamal Broadcasting acquired WGHQ from Clear Channel. WGHQ is now simulcast with WBNR and WLNA (except Kingston Community Radio, heard from 7-9 am weekdays) as the Hudson Valley Radio Network.