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CityIndianapolis, Indiana
Broadcast areaIndianapolis metropolitan area
Frequency1500 kHz
Translator(s)W244DN 96.7 FM
First air date1961
Power5,000 watts (daytime only)
Facility ID54706
Transmitter coordinates39°52′14″N 86°05′17″W / 39.87056°N 86.08806°W / 39.87056; -86.08806
Callsign meaningWonderful Bible Radio for Indiana
Former callsignsWNDY (1961–1964)[1]
AffiliationsWilkins Radio
OwnerWilkins Radio Network, Inc.
(Heritage Christian Radio, Inc.)
WebsiteWBRI website

WBRI (1500 AM) is a Religious formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Indianapolis, Indiana, serving the Indianapolis metropolitan area. The station is owned and operated by Wilkins Radio Network, Inc. The WBRI broadcast license is held by Heritage Christian Radio, Inc.[2] WBRI is one of the oldest Christian talk stations in the United States.[3]

The station is authorized to broadcast only during daytime hours, as it shares the same frequency as clear channel station KSTP in St. Paul, Minnesota.

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The station went on the air in 1961 as WNDY.[1]

In 1964, the station changed the call sign to WBRI and its format to Christian.

In 2003, WBRI was sold to Heritage Christian Radio, Inc. (a subsidiary of Wilkins Radio Network, Inc.) for $1.5 million.[4]


  1. ^ a b WBRI 1500 AM – Wilkins Communications Network
  2. ^ "WBRI Facility Record". Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  3. ^ WBRI – Wilkins Radio Network
  4. ^ WBRI – The Indiana Radio Archive

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