WDLM-FM

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WDLM-FM
City East Moline, Illinois
Broadcast area Quad Cities
Branding Quad Cities' Christian Radio
Frequency 89.3 (MHz)
First air date 1980
Format Christian radio
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 152 m (499 ft)
Class C1
Facility ID 43691
Transmitter coordinates 41°32′52″N 90°28′30″W / 41.54778°N 90.47500°W / 41.54778; -90.47500
Callsign meaning W Dwight Lyman Moody (founder of the Moody Bible Institute, which founded and owns the station's parent network, the Moody Radio Network which owns WDLM-FM and sister station WDLM-AM)
Affiliations Moody Radio Network
Owner Moody Bible Institute
(The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago)
Sister stations WDLM
Website WDLM Official Website

WDLM-FM (89.3 FM) is a non-commercial radio station licensed to East Moline, Illinois and serving the Quad Cities area with a Christian radio format. The station broadcasts at an Effective Radiated Power of 100 kilowatts. WDLM-FM's studio is located on E200th Street in rural Henry County, Illinois just outside Coal Valley, co-located with sister station WDLM-AM and its transmitter is located across the Mississippi River at the Bettendorf antenna farm in Bettendorf, Iowa, near the Scott Community College campus, and adjacent to several FM, TV, and DTV transmitters.[1] Both WDLM-FM and WDLM-AM are O&O's of their parent network, the Moody Radio Network, which is owned by the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.

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