WVOB

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WVOB
City of license Dothan, Alabama
Branding Gospel 91
Frequency 91.3 MHz
Format Southern Gospel
ERP 2,500 watts
HAAT 100.0 meters
Class A
Facility ID 4951
Transmitter coordinates 31°10′57.00″N 85°24′21.00″W / 31.1825000°N 85.4058333°W / 31.1825000; -85.4058333
Owner Bethany Bible College & B.T.S. Inc.
Website WVOB Online

WVOB (91.3 FM, "Gospel 91") is a radio station broadcasting a Southern Gospel format.[1] Licensed to Dothan, Alabama, USA, the station serves the Dothan area. The station is currently owned by Bethany Bible College & B.T.S. Inc.[2]

Call sign history[edit]

In the 1960s and 1970s, the call sign WVOB was assigned to a radio station broadcasting a combination of pop music and talk at 1520 AM from Bel Air, Maryland. The call sign, standing for "voice of Bel Air," was eventually replaced by WHRF, for Harford County, Maryland, of which Bel Air is the county seat. On-air talent included James "Capt'n Jim" McMahan, Bob Callahan, and Brad Ganson.

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