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Good News Network
TypeRadio network
BrandingGNN Radio
Country
OwnerAugusta Radio Fellowship Institute, Inc.[1][2]
WebcastListen Live
Official website
www.gnnradio.org

GNNradio (Good News Network) is a network of Christian radio stations in the Southeastern United States, broadcasting Christian talk and teaching programs as well as Christian music.[3]

Programs heard on Good News Network include Grace to You with John MacArthur, In Touch with Charles Stanley, Thru the Bible with J. Vernon McGee, Love Worth Finding with Adrian Rogers, Turning Point with David Jeremiah, Back to the Bible, Running to Win with Erwin Lutzer, Focus on the Family, and Unshackled![3]

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Contents

Stations

The Good News Network is heard on 17 full powered stations in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, and North Carolina, as well as 5 low powered translators.[4]

Full powered stations

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Class FCC info
WLPE 91.7 Augusta, Georgia 1,150 A FCC
WLPT 88.3 Jesup, Georgia 20,000 C1 FCC
WGPH 91.5 Vidalia, Georgia 31,000 C2 FCC
WPWB 90.5 Byron, Georgia 16,500 C2 FCC
WLPG 91.7 Florence, South Carolina 20,000 C2 FCC
WLPF 98.5 Ocilla, Georgia 2,300 A FCC
WLGP 100.3 Harkers Island, North Carolina 100,000 C1 WLGP FCC
WZIQ 106.5 Smithville, Georgia 2,450 A WZIQ FCC
WWGF 107.5 Donalsonville, Georgia 6,000 A FCC
WPMA 102.7 Buckhead, Georgia 7,500 C3 FCC
WTHP 94.3 Gibson, Georgia 6,300 C3 FCC
WSJA 91.3 York, Alabama 5,000 A FCC
WHBJ 99.1 Barnwell, South Carolina 25,000 C3 FCC
WGHJ 105.3 Fair Bluff, North Carolina 11,000 C3 WGHJ FCC
WNNG 99.9 Unadilla, Georgia 6,000 A FCC
WQRX 870 Valley Head, Alabama 10,000 day
4,700 critical hours
D FCC
WFAL 105.9 Milner, Georgia 4,900 A FCC

Translators

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Class FCC info
W268AS 101.5 North Augusta, South Carolina 10 D FCC
W236CC 95.1 Richmond Hill, Georgia 38 D FCC
W244AY 96.7 Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 27 D FCC
W236AB 95.1 Douglas, Georgia 250 D FCC
W252BD 98.3 Blakely, Georgia 27 D FCC

The Good News Network in Spanish

The Good News network also operates three full-powered Spanish language Christian stations, as well as two low-powered translators.[4]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Class FCC info
WBLR 1430 Batesburg, South Carolina 5,000 day
163 night
D FCC
W277DC 103.3 Batesburg, South Carolina 250 D FCC
WJDS 88.7 Sparta, Georgia 2,000 A FCC
W298AS 107.5 Lake Oconee, Georgia 10 D FCC
WKTM 106.1 Soperton, Georgia 6,000 A FCC

References

  1. ^ FM Query Results: WZIQ, fcc.gov. Retrieved October 30, 2018.
  2. ^ "About Good News Network", GNN Radio. Retrieved October 30, 2018.
  3. ^ a b GNNradio Basic Program Schedule", GNN Radio. Retrieved October 30, 2018.
  4. ^ a b GNNradio Stations Listing gnnradio.org. Accessed September 8, 2012

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