Pilgrim Radio

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Pilgrim Radio
Type Radio network
Branding Pilgrim Radio
Country United States
Slogan Strength for the Journey
Headquarters Carson City, Nevada
Broadcast area
Nevada, Wyoming, Montana, California
Owner Western Inspirational Broadcasters, Inc.
Webcast Listen Now
Official website

Pilgrim Radio is a network of radio stations broadcasting a Christian Radio format. Pilgrim Radio's programming includes interviews with Christian leaders, discussion of current events/issues, news, a book-reading program, and Biblically-based teaching messages, along with Christian Contemporary music. Pilgrim Radio is listener-supported and commercial-free.

The network is owned and operated by Western Inspirational Broadcasters, Inc., a 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit organization.


In addition to streaming its programming at pilgrimradio.com, the signal is broadcast over-the-air on KNIS in Carson City, Nevada, KNVQ in Elko, Nevada, KDOX in Big Pine, California, KCSP-FM in Casper, Wyoming, KDNR in Cheyenne, Wyoming, KTME in Rock Springs / Green River, Wyoming, KPMD in Evanston, Wyoming, KMJB in Lander / Riverton, Wyoming, and KLMT in Billings, Montana. Its signal is also extended by a network of 32 FM translators in Nevada, California, and Wyoming.[1]

Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
m (ft)
Class FCC info
KNIS 91.3 Carson City, Nevada 67,000 660 m (2,170 ft) C0 FCC
KNVQ 90.7 Spring Creek, Nevada 500 287 m (942 ft) A FCC
KDOX 91.3 Big Pine, California 660 V
165 H
925.7 m (3,037 ft) B FCC
KCSP-FM 90.3 Casper, Wyoming 100,000 593 m (1,946 ft) C KCSP-FM FCC
KDNR 88.7 South Greeley, Wyoming 500 129 m (423 ft) A KDNR FCC
KTME 89.5 Reliance, Wyoming 350 342.4 m (1,123 ft) A KTME FCC
KPMD 91.9 Evanston, Wyoming 215 457 m (1,499 ft) A KPMD FCC
KMJB 89.1 Hudson, Wyoming 3,000 406 m (1,332 ft) C2 FCC
KLMT 89.3 Billings, Montana 980 V
350 H
161 m (528 ft) A FCC


  1. ^ Pilgrim Radio Coverage Area Pilgrim Radio. Accessed November 1, 2013

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