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Word FM Flagship Station
CitySellersville, Pennsylvania
Broadcast areaDelaware, Lehigh, & Cumberland Valleys
Frequency88.9 MHz
BrandingWord FM
SloganPositive & Uplifting
FormatContemporary Christian
AffiliationsThe Word FM
OwnerFour Rivers Community Broadcasting Corporation
First air date
1993; 28 years ago (1993)
Technical information
Licensing authority
Facility ID7922
ERP900 watts
HAAT133 meters (436 ft)
Transmitter coordinates
40°23′2.3″N 75°21′0.6″W / 40.383972°N 75.350167°W / 40.383972; -75.350167
Translator(s)See § Translators
Repeater(s)See § Stations
Public license information
WebcastListen live
Map of simulcasts and transmitters
Map of simulcasts and transmitters

WBYO (88.9 FM) is a radio station licensed to Sellersville, Pennsylvania, United States, and serves the Philadelphia area. The station also serves as the flagship station for "Word FM", a network of Contemporary Christian radio stations in eastern and South Central Pennsylvania. The station is currently owned by Four Rivers Community Broadcasting Corporation.[1][2]


Call sign Frequency City of license State Also serves FCC info
WZXH 91.7 FM Hagerstown Maryland Martinsburg, West Virginia FCC
WBZC 88.9 FM Pemberton New Jersey Philadelphia and South New Jersey FCC
WZXB 90.5 FM Bechtelsville Pennsylvania Berks County/upper Montgomery County area FCC
WZXQ 88.3 FM Chambersburg Pennsylvania FCC
WZXE 88.3 FM East Nottingham Pennsylvania Rising Sun, Maryland area FCC
WEVW 90.9 FM Elysburg Pennsylvania FCC
WZXM 88.1 FM Harrisburg Pennsylvania FCC
WBYH 89.1 FM Hawley Pennsylvania Lake Wallenpaupack area FCC
WZZH 90.9 FM Honesdale Pennsylvania FCC
WZMV 89.1 FM Mohrsville Pennsylvania Berks County, Pennsylvania area FCC
WZXN 90.1 FM Newburg Pennsylvania Carlisle, Pennsylvania area FCC
WPAZ 1370 AM Pottstown Pennsylvania FCC
WLHI 90.3 FM Schnecksville Pennsylvania Allentown, Pennsylvanian area FCC
WBYO 88.9 FM Sellersville Pennsylvania Philadelphia area FCC
WZXY 90.7 FM Spring Grove Pennsylvania York/Hanover/Gettysburg, Pennsylvania area FCC
WBYX 88.7 FM Stroudsburg Pennsylvania FCC
WZZD 88.1 FM Warwick Pennsylvania Chester County, Pennsylvania area FCC
WYTL 91.9 FM Wyomissing Pennsylvania Reading/Lancaster County, Pennsylvania area FCC


In addition to the main station, WBYO and its simulcasted stations are relayed by additional translators to widen its broadcast area.

Call sign Frequency
City of license State FCC info Rebroadcasts
W258DA 99.5 Hagerstown Maryland FCC WZXQ
W227BA 93.3 Bear Creek Pennsylvania FCC WBYH
W278AI 103.5 Center Valley Pennsylvania FCC WBYO
W269BL 101.7 Coatesville Pennsylvania FCC WZZD
W245AG 96.9 Glenside Pennsylvania FCC WBYO
W279BS 103.7 Hamburg Pennsylvania FCC WBYO
W285EW 104.9 Lansdale Pennsylvania FCC WBYO
W265CU 100.9 Scranton Pennsylvania FCC WBYH

See also

  • WLHI — includes station's list of translators
  • WPAZ — includes station's list of translators


  1. ^ "WBYO Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ "WBYO Station Information Profile". Arbitron.

External links


This page was last edited on 29 November 2020, at 02:32
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