|Branding||Solid Gospel 1270 & 105.3 FM|
|First air date||1956|
|Power||5,000 watts day
1,000 watts night
|Former callsigns||WFRN (1993-2008)|
|Owner||Progressive Broadcasting System|
|Website||Solid Gospel 1270|
WCMR (1270 AM with FM translator 105.3) is a radio station licensed to Elkhart, Indiana, United States. The station is currently owned by Progressive Broadcasting System. WCMR airs a full-time Southern Gospel format, using Salem Radio Networks' "Solid Gospel" format.
Until the summer of 2012, the station had utilized most of its weekday programming schedule for conservative talk as "Smart Talk 1270." "Smart Talk 1270" aired a variety of talk shows including; Bill Bennett, Dave Ramsey, and Hugh Hewitt.
The station went on the air as WCMR in 1956. WCMR broadcast a country music format for many years. From July 5, 1993 until June 16, 2008, the station used the call sign WFRN, with Christian talk programming separate from sister WFRN-FM which focuses on contemporary Christian music.
|City of license||ERP
|W287BL||105.3 FM||Elkhart, Indiana||165||D||FCC|
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