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WBOZ 94FMTheFish logo.png
City WFFH: Smyrna, Tennessee
WFFI: Kingston Springs, Tennessee
Broadcast area Nashville, Tennessee
Branding Christian 94 FM the Fish
Slogan Safe for the Whole Family
Frequency WFFH: 94.1 MHz
WFFI: 93.7 MHz
First air date 1985
Format Contemporary Christian
ERP WFFH: 3,200 watts
WFFI: 1,150 watts
HAAT WFFH: 138 meters (453 ft)
WFFI: 230 meters (750 ft)
Class WFFH: A
Facility ID WFFH: 68347
WFFI: 18714
Transmitter coordinates WFFH:
36°1′14.00″N 86°38′18.00″W / 36.0205556°N 86.6383333°W / 36.0205556; -86.6383333
36°8′10.00″N 86°59′4.00″W / 36.1361111°N 86.9844444°W / 36.1361111; -86.9844444
Callsign meaning We're FM FisH
Former callsigns WFFH:
WYPE (1991-1992)
WRLG (1992-2003)
WYYB (1991-2003)
Owner Salem Media Group, Inc.
(Caron Broadcasting, Inc.)
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WFFH (94.1 FM) and WFFI (93.7 FM) are radio stations simulcasting a Contemporary Christian format as "FM 94 The Fish", the "fish" referring to the traditional Christian symbol. Licensed to Smyrna, Tennessee and Kingston Springs, Tennessee respectively, the stations serve the Nashville area. The stations air the same programming to provide maximum coverage of the Middle Tennessee area.


WFFH was previously WRLG. In early 1995 the station's format changed from "The Exxit" from Major Networks to The Underground Network (once called WDRE).[1]

WFFI was previously operated under the callsign WYYB. Under this callsign, it was programmed at various times with Triple-A ("The Phoenix"[2]), rock and rap music. Prior to this it was briefly the FM affiliate of WDKN, a community-oriented station in Dickson, Tennessee, to which it was originally licensed.

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  1. ^ Stark, Phyllis (February 11, 1995). "Vox Jox". Billboard. 107 (6): 84. 
  2. ^, retrieved on 2009-02-12.

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