WMDR-FM

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WMDR-FM
GodsCountryLogo.jpg
City of license Oakland, Maine
Broadcast area Kennebec County, Maine
Slogan God's Country 89FM
Frequency 88.9 FM
First air date December 2005
Format Southern Gospel
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 391 meters
Class C0
Owner Light of Light Ministries
Webcast Listen Online
Website http://lightoflife.info/godscountry/index.html

WMDR-FM, known as "God's Country", is an American FM radio station licensed to Oakland, Maine located at 88.9 FM with a Southern Gospel format. It has been on the air since December 2005 and is part of the Worship Radio Network. In March 2007, the station inherited the Southern Gospel format on WMDR with the Contemporary Christian format moving to the AM WMDR.

Despite the name, the "God's Country" stations have no affiliation with the God's Country Radio Network.

Translators[edit]

In addition to the main station, WMDR-FM is relayed by the following translator:

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Class FCC info
W264BQ 100.7 Bangor, Maine 170 D FCC

In 2010 God's Country significantly expanded its signal, with a power upgrade and a transmitter move from Skowhegan, Maine to near Norway, Maine as well as signing on a full powered rebroadcaster, WWLN in Lincoln, Maine. With the power upgrade to WMDR-FM and the addition of WWLN, several broadcast translators that previously simulcasted WMDR-FM switched to a simulcast of WWWA. In 2012 more full power rebroadcasters went on the air including WRPB Benedicta and WRNM Ellsworth.

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Coordinates: 44°15′00″N 70°25′23″W / 44.250°N 70.423°W / 44.250; -70.423