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Family Life Radio

Not to be confused with Harold Camping's religious broadcaster Family Radio.

Family Life Radio
Type Radio network
Branding Family Life Radio
Country United States
Owner Family Life Broadcasting, Inc. [1]
Webcast Listen Live
Official website
myflr.org

Family Life Radio is a network of Christian radio stations in the United States, broadcasting Contemporary Christian music, as well as some Christian Talk and Teaching.

Christian Talk and Teaching shows heard on Family Life Radio include; Intentional Living with Randy Carlson, Focus on the Family, Turning Point with David Jeremiah, and In Touch with Charles Stanley. [2]

Stations

Family Life Radio is currently heard on 38 radio stations, with stations in Kansas, Michigan, New Mexico, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin.[3]

Arizona

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
FCC info
KFLR-FM 90.3 Phoenix, Arizona 100,000 [KFLR-FM] FCC]
KFLT 830 Tucson, Arizona 50,000 day
1,000 night
[KFLT (AM)|KFLT] FCC]
KFLT-FM 88.5 Tucson, Arizona 1,500 FCC
KJTA 89.9 Flagstaff, Arizona 1,000 FCC
K228DF 93.5 Prescott, Arizona 77 FCC
K269FV 101.7 Oro Valley, Arizona 250 FCC
K294AN 106.7 Payson, Arizona 12 FCC

California

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
FCC info
KGDP-FM 90.5 Santa Maria, California 17,500 [KGDP-FM] FCC]

Colorado

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
FCC info
K208EG 89.5 Alamosa, Colorado 170 FCC
K209BC 89.7 San Antonio, Colorado 48 FCC
K217EG 91.3 Lamar, Colorado 100 FCC

Florida

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
FCC info
WJTF 89.9 Panama City, Florida 100,000 FCC

Georgia

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
FCC info
WJTG 91.3 Macon, Georgia 100,000 [WJTG] FCC]

Kansas

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
FCC info
KJTY 88.1 Topeka, Kansas 35,000 [KJTY] FCC]

Michigan

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
FCC info
WBFN 1400 Battle Creek, Michigan 1,000 [WBFN] FCC]
WUFL 1030 Sterling Heights, Michigan 5,000 day [WUFL] FCC]
WUFN 96.7 Albion, Michigan 3,200 [WUFN] FCC]
WUGN 99.7 Midland, Michigan 100,000 [WUGN] FCC]
WUNN 1110 Mason, Michigan 1,000 day [WUNN] FCC]
W232BH 94.3 Holly, Michigan 19 FCC
W232CA 94.3 Detroit, Michigan 22 FCC
W260BX 99.9 Lansing, Michigan 190 FCC
W266CG 101.1 Battle Creek, Michigan 230 FCC
W284BQ 104.7 Detroit, Michigan 250 FCC

New Mexico

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
FCC info
KFLQ 91.5 Albuquerque, New Mexico 20,000 [KFLQ] FCC]
KWFL 99.3 Roswell, New Mexico 16,500 [KWFL] FCC]
K204GJ 88.7 Las Vegas, New Mexico 250 FCC
K205EX 88.9 Clovis, New Mexico 60 FCC
K208ED 89.5 Deming, New Mexico 50 FCC
K209EG 89.7 Artesia, New Mexico 10 FCC
K211DW 90.1 Tucumcari, New Mexico 28 FCC
K212BB 90.3 Alamogordo, New Mexico 11 FCC
K215EK 90.9 Carlsbad, New Mexico 92 FCC
K264BA 100.7 Portales, New Mexico 250 FCC
K297AE 107.3 Ruidoso, New Mexico 9 FCC

Tennessee

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
FCC info
WJBP 91.5 Chattanooga, Tennessee 11,000 [WJBP] FCC]

Texas

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
FCC info
KAMY 90.1 Lubbock, Texas 63,000 [KAMY] FCC]
KFLB 920 Odessa, Texas 1,000 day
500 night
[KFLB (AM)|KFLB] FCC]
KFLB-FM 88.1 Midland, Texas 100,000 [KFLB-FM] FCC]
K269FG 101.7 Odessa, Texas 250 FCC
K298BN 107.5 Big Spring, Texas 115 FCC

Wisconsin

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
FCC info
WJTY 88.1 Lancaster, Wisconsin 50,000 [WJTY] FCC]

References

  1. ^ WJTY fcc.gov. Accessed August 23, 2012
  2. ^ Program Schedule MyFLR. Accessed August 23, 2012
  3. ^ Station Finder My FLR. Accessed August 23, 2012

External links

  • Family Life Radio's official website
  • Family Life Radio's webcast


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