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City Salem, New Jersey
Broadcast area Wilmington, Delaware
Branding Faith 1510
Slogan Delaware's Gospel Station
Frequency 1510 kHz
Format Gospel
Power 2,500 watts day
Class D
Facility ID 52768
Transmitter coordinates 39°34′58.00″N 75°27′39.00″W / 39.5827778°N 75.4608333°W / 39.5827778; -75.4608333
Callsign meaning W FAIth
Former callsigns WJIC (1966-1997)
WNNN (1997-2001)
Owner Delmarva Broadcasting Co.

WFAI (1510 AM) is a radio station licensed to Salem, New Jersey broadcasting a religious format. The station is currently owned by Delmarva Broadcasting Company.[1]


The station signed on in 1966 as WJIC ("Jersey Information Center"). From 1981 to the early 1990s, WJIC featured a country format as "Just Country WJIC", then changed format and promoted itself as "News/Talk 1510". On October 1, 1997, WJIC, which was co-owned with WNNN on 101.7 FM, took over the FM station's religious format and adopted the WNNN call letters. On May 3, 2001, calls were changed to WFAI to reflect their "Faith 1510" slogan.[2]


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