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Here's Help Network

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Here's Help Network
TypeRadio network
Television network
BrandingHere's Help Network
Country
OwnerNew Life Evangelistic Center[1][2]
Launch date
September 1982 [3]
WebcastListen Live
Official website
http://hereshelpnet.org/

Here's Help Network is a network of Christian radio stations in Missouri and Arkansas, and television stations in Missouri.[4] Here's Help Network is owned by New Life Evangelistic Center,[3] a non-profit serving the area's poor and homeless.[5]

Here's Help Network debuted in September 1982, when its first television station KNLC in St. Louis, Missouri began broadcasting.[3] Here's Help Network is carried on 4 television stations and 8 radio stations.[4]

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Contents

Stations

Television stations

City of License Station Channel
TV / RF
ERP HAAT
St. Louis, Missouri KNLC 24.2 / 14 900 watts 396.2 meters
Marshfield, Missouri K17FU-D 17 15,000 watts 83 meters
Joplin, Missouri K36II-D 36 1,500 watts 109 meters

Radio stations

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Height
m (ft)
Class FCC info
KMRF 1510 Marshfield, Missouri 5,000 day
1,600 critical hours
0 m (0 ft) D KMRF FCC
KNLH 89.5 Cedar Hill, Missouri 68 213 m (699 ft) A KNLH FCC
KNLG 90.3 New Bloomfield, Missouri 150 66 m (217 ft) A FCC
KNLP 89.7 Potosi, Missouri 2,300 80 m (260 ft) A KNLP FCC
KKLL 1100 Webb City, Missouri 5,000 day
2,500 critical hours
0 m (0 ft) D KKLL FCC
KBPB 91.9 Harrison, Arkansas 5,500 104 m (341 ft) A FCC
KNLN 90.9 Vienna, Missouri 10,000 100 m (330 ft) C3 FCC
KBIY 90.9 Van Buren, Missouri 100,000 150 m (490 ft) C1 KBIY FCC

References

  1. ^ "KNLH Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2013-12-25.
  2. ^ KNLC fcc.gov. Accessed December 25, 2013
  3. ^ a b c What is the Here’s Help Network? Here's Help Network. Accessed December 25, 2013
  4. ^ a b Radio & TV Stations Here's Help Network. Accessed August 2, 2014
  5. ^ About Us New Life Evangelistic Center. Accessed December 25, 2013

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