Radio 74

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Radio 74 Internationale
Type Radio network
Country United States
Bahamas
Official website
http://www.radio74.net/

Radio 74 is a network of Christian radio stations, broadcasting Christian Talk and Teaching programs as well as traditional Christian music.[1]

Stations[edit]

Radio 74 is heard on 44 stations, as well as 7 low powered translators, along with a mix of digital audio-only subchannels and SAP audio broadcasts over the television stations of 3ABN.[2] Most of Radio 74's affiliates are owned by local Seventh Day Adventist churches (3ABN also supports the mission of the SDA).

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Height
m (ft)
Class FCC info
KQQJ 90.7 Juneau, Alaska 200 −125 m (−410 ft) A KQQJ FCC
KQQN 89.3 Nome, Alaska 600 −22 m (−72 ft) A KQQN FCC
KQQS 89.3 Sitka, Alaska 500 −152 m (−499 ft) A KQQS FCC
KHSA-LP 107.3 Hot Springs, Arkansas 100 13 m (43 ft) L1 KHSA-LP FCC
KJSA 89.7 Jonesboro, Arkansas 10,500 12.0 m (39.4 ft) C3 FCC
KSSQ-LP 102.3 Siloam Springs, Arkansas 100 19.9 m (65 ft) L1 KSSQ-LP FCC
KJAT-LP 97.3 Sulphur Springs, Arkansas 100 20.4 m (67 ft) L1 KJAT-LP FCC
KWHA 89.9 West Helena, Arkansas 5,000 81 m (266 ft) A KWHA FCC
KJPN 89.3 Payson, Arizona 100 299 m (981 ft) A KJPN FCC
KSHM 91.3 Show Low, Arizona 2,700 75 m (246 ft) A FCC
KJNN-LP 94.3 Holbrook, Arizona 100 −51.6 m (−169 ft) L1 KJNN-LP FCC
KRSF 89.3 Ridgecrest, California 4,000 451 m (1,480 ft) B KRSF FCC
KRSR 90.5 Ridgecrest, California 3,000 451 m (1,480 ft) B FCC
KSJL 97.7 Strasburg, Colorado 25,000 16 m (52 ft) C3 FCC
WAPQ-LP 95.9 Avon Park, Florida 100 24 m (79 ft) L1 WAPQ-LP FCC
WHDR 89.7 DeFuniak Springs, Florida 4.500 90 m (300 ft) A FCC
WHMF 91.1 Marianna, Florida 1,900 19 m (62 ft) A WHMF FCC
WGSE-LP 95.7 Sebring, Florida 100 27.8 m (91 ft) L1 WGSE-LP FCC
WJJD-LP 101.3 Kokomo, Indiana 100 26.5 m (87 ft) L1 FCC
WHHC-LP 107.5 New Castle, Indiana 100 21 m (69 ft) L1 FCC
KQAR-LP 107.1 Shreveport, Louisiana 75 34.7 m (114 ft) L1 FCC
KZBN 90.3 Bozeman, Montana 12,500 −168 m (−551 ft) C3 FCC
KMEA-LP 92.7 Bozeman, Montana 100 −70.5 m (−231 ft) L1 FCC
KQQM 88.3 Miles City, Montana 4,000 170 m (560 ft) C3 FCC
KJIT-LP 106.7 Bismarck, North Dakota 45 44.4 m (146 ft) L1 KJIT-LP FCC
KTWJ 90.9 Lincoln, North Dakota 100,000 174 m (571 ft) C1 FCC
KJGS 91.9 Aurora, Nebraska 200 8 m (26 ft) A FCC
KIVE-LP 92.5 Aurora, Nebraska 100 6.8 m (22 ft) L1 KIVE-LP FCC
KGIA-LP 92.9 Grand Island, Nebraska 100 29.5 m (97 ft) L1 KGIA-LP FCC
KQQA 90.5 Shelton, Nebraska 2,200 55 m (180 ft) A KQQA FCC
Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Height
m (ft)
Class FCC info
KTQQ 88.1 Elko, Nevada 230 552 m (1,811 ft) C3 KTQQ FCC
WAOM 90.5 Mowrystown, Ohio 5,000 31 m (102 ft) A WAOM FCC
KIEL 89.3 Loyal, Oklahoma 6,000 27 m (89 ft) A FCC
KUMP-LP 107.9 Days Creek, Oregon 100 −131.4 m (−431 ft) L1 KUMP-LP FCC
KTOD-LP 98.1 Lakeview, Oregon 100 −101 m (−331 ft) L1 KTOD-LP FCC
WBBY-LP 100.3 Berwick, Pennsylvania 100 −62.9 m (−206 ft) L1 WBBY-LP FCC
WHMN-LP 107.3 Plymouth, Pennsylvania 10 95 m (312 ft) L1 WHMN-LP FCC
KGHW 90.7 Onida, South Dakota 125 65 m (213 ft) A KGHW FCC
KPGN-LP 104.7 Pierre, South Dakota 100 −8.3 m (−27 ft) L1 KPGN-LP FCC
WGFW 88.7 Drakes Branch, Virginia 2,300 62 m (203 ft) A WGFW FCC
WCWL-LP 103.5 Clearwater Lake, Wisconsin 96 30.2 m (99 ft) L1 WCWL-LP FCC
WQQA 91.7 Forestville, Wisconsin 12,000 45 m (148 ft) C3 WQQA FCC
WLBI-LP 107.1 Tomahawk, Wisconsin 100 24.9 m (82 ft) L1 WLBI-LP FCC

Low Powered Translators[edit]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Height
m (ft)
FCC info
K274BJ 102.7 Springdale, AR 250 54.4 m (178 ft) FCC
W284BO 104.7 Lake Placid, FL 120 31.7 m (104 ft) FCC
K263AP 100.5 Mandan, ND 250 94.7 m (311 ft) FCC
K280FG 103.9 Hastings, NE 250 30.1 m (99 ft) FCC
K295BI 106.9 Kearney, NE 250 46.8 m (154 ft) FCC
K250AP 97.9 Pierre, SD 170 87.4 m (287 ft) FCC
W244BU 96.7 Rhinelander, WI 250 29.9 m (98 ft) FCC

References[edit]

  1. ^ WHAT IS RADIO 74 INTERNATIONALE? Radio 74. Accessed October 26, 2013
  2. ^ Frequencies radio74.net. Accessed October 26, 2013

External links[edit]