WFRZ-LD

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WFRZ-LD
Montgomery, Alabama
United States
Channels Digital: 34 (UHF)
Affiliations DayStar, THE WALK TV, and Cornerstone Networks
Owner Frazer Memorial United Methodist Church
Founded June, 1993
Call letters' meaning W FRaZer
Former callsigns W14BV (1993–2000)
W61DH (2000–2003)
WFRZ-CA (2003–2004)
WFRZ-LP (2004–2009)
Website WFRZ-LD Online

WFRZ-LD channel 34 is a low-powered digital television station in Montgomery, Alabama owned by the Frazer Memorial United Methodist Church. WFRZ was founded by Jerry Kemp, a Frazer Memorial member, who started the Frazer TV Ministry in 1983. The television station began operations in early 1993. In addition to network programming, the station airs Frazer's worship services, other church activities, and other local programming. WFRZ flash-cut from analog to digital in February, 2009. The station manager is Matt Gamble. Effective June 1, 2014, WFRZ is now a part of the Media Department of Frazer. The Media Director for Frazer is Ken Roach.

Programming[edit]

Programs produced by WFRZ[edit]

  • Frazer Family Hour (traditional services from Frazer UMC)
  • Frazer Contemporary Hour (contemporary services from Frazer UMC)


Other WFRZ programming[edit]

  • Crossroads - First Baptist Montgomery
  • Ridgecrest Baptist Hour - Montgomery
  • First UMC - Montgomery
  • The Methodist Hour - Hattiesburg, Mississippi
  • First Baptist - Greenville, Mississippi
  • Huntingdon Athletics
  • Venture Outdoors
  • Harbor Light with Dr. Andy Harris
  • Reality and Truth with Ladonna Brendle
  • The Source with Elvyn and Bessie Hamilton

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