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City Dover, Delaware
Slogan "Family Christian Radio"
Frequency 96.1 MHz
First air date 2005
Format Religious
ERP 100 watts
HAAT 26 meters (85 feet)
Class L1
Facility ID 132040
Transmitter coordinates 39°08′08″N 75°32′24″W / 39.13556°N 75.54000°W / 39.13556; -75.54000
Owner Capitol Baptist Church
Sister stations WOTJ
Webcast FBN and WIHW
Website http://www.cbcofdover.com/

WIHW-LP (96.1 FM) is a radio station licensed to serve Dover, Delaware. The station is owned by Capitol Baptist Church. It airs a Religious radio format featuring programming from the Fundamental Broadcast Network.[1]

Other programming on WIHW-LP includes the Revival Time Radio Broadcast hosted by Dr. Jack Trieber[2] and Truth For Teens, a Christian ministry for troubled teens.[3]

The station was assigned the WIHW-LP call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on April 10, 2004.[4]


During construction of the station's broadcast tower, there was significant local opposition to the height of the structure and proximity of the transmitter to critical elements of the city’s electric and water systems.[5] Representatives of Capitol Baptist Church brought in the Christian Law Association as part of their negotiations with the Dover Planning Commission. The church offered to reduce the height of the tower and build the tower closer to their building and further away from a nearby electric system substation. The situation was ultimately resolved with a relocated transmitter and a tower height reduced from 100 to 85 feet.


  1. ^ "Affiliates List". Fundamental Broadcasting Network. 
  2. ^ "Radio Stations". Revival Time Radio Broadcast. 
  3. ^ "Radio Schedule". Truth For Teens. 
  4. ^ "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 
  5. ^ Brooks, Jane (2005-05-18). "Church radio tower issue still unresolved: Neighbors, city officials fear interference; church cites First Amendment rights". Dover Post. [dead link]

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