WWOL

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WWOL
City of license Forest City, North Carolina
Branding The Gospel Voice of the Carolina Foothills
Slogan Wonderful Words of Life
Frequency 780 kHz
Format Southern Gospel
Power 10,000 watts day only
Class D
Transmitter coordinates 35°21′02″N 81°54′04″W / 35.35056°N 81.90111°W / 35.35056; -81.90111
Callsign meaning Wonderful Words of Life
Former callsigns WBBO
Owner Holly Springs Baptist Broadcasting
Website http://www.wwol.com

WWOL (780 AM) is a radio station licensed to Forest City, North Carolina, USA, broadcasting a Southern Gospel format.

As of October 29, 1989, the station is owned by Holly Springs Baptist Broadcasting. WWOL began broadcasting on April 1, 1990, but the frequency was signed on as WBBO ("We Build Business Opportunities") on September 10, 1947, by Rutherford Radio Company. In 1947, the call letters WWOL were first used for a radio station in Lackawanna, New York, which is now WBBF.

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