WLFJ-FM

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WLFJ-FM
His Radio.jpg
CityGreenville, South Carolina
Broadcast areaGreenville-Spartanburg area
BrandingHis Radio
Slogan"Family Friendly"
Frequency89.3 MHz
(also on HD Radio)
First air dateMay 1983
FormatContemporary Christian music
ERP41,000 watts (horizontal)
37,000 watts (vertical)
HAAT335 meters (1099 ft)
ClassC1
Facility ID54856
Transmitter coordinates34°56′26.00″N 82°24′44.00″W / 34.9405556°N 82.4122222°W / 34.9405556; -82.4122222
Callsign meaningWith Love From Jesus
OwnerRadio Training Network, Inc.
Sister stationsWRTP, WALC, WLFJ (AM), and WLFS
WebcastListen Live
WebsiteOfficial His Radio Website
His Radio - Greenville Website

WLFJ-FM (89.3 MHz) is a non-commercial Contemporary Christian music radio station licensed to Greenville, South Carolina and serving the Upstate, including Spartanburg, Anderson and Clemson. The Radio Training Network outlet is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to broadcast with an effective radiated power (ERP) of 41,000 watts (horizontal) and 37,000 watts (vertical). The station goes by the name His Radio 89.3 and its current slogan is "Family Friendly - Uplifting and Encouraging." Its sister station is AM 660 WLFJ, which airs Christian talk and teaching programming.

Artists heard on WLFJ-FM include Casting Crowns, TobyMac, MercyMe, Michael W. Smith, Mark Harris, Laura Story, Steven Curtis Chapman, Jeremy Camp, Avalon, and Mark Schultz. Three family ministries are also included in the weekday schedule, Dr. James Dobson, David Jeremiah and Charles Stanley.[1]

HD radio[edit]

WLFJ-FM broadcasts in the HD Radio format.[2]

  • On HD2, the station has His Radio Z, a progressive youth music channel, operated by First Baptist Church of Spartanburg and also broadcast on WHRZ-LP.
  • On HD3, the station has His Radio Praise, a channel that features praise and worship songs. Both can be listened to online.[3]

Translators[edit]

In addition to the main station, WLFJ-FM is simulcast on 94.1 WGFJ in Cross Hill, South Carolina, which serves the western portion of the Upstate. It also operates 13 FM translators that bring the signal into portions of the Atlanta, Asheville and Charlotte radio markets.

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Class FCC info
W266AH 101.1 Athens, Georgia 10 D FCC
W242BN 96.3 Commerce, Georgia 38 D FCC
W299AT 107.7 Cornelia, Georgia 10 D FCC
W220CK 90.9 Toccoa, Georgia 10 D FCC
W238BO 95.5 Black Mountain, North Carolina 10 D FCC
W215AZ 90.9 Boone, North Carolina 10 D FCC
W279AI 103.7 Hendersonville, North Carolina 10 D FCC
W224BN 92.7 Hickory, North Carolina 38 D FCC
W243BX 96.5 Valdese, North Carolina 2 D FCC
W231AR 94.1 Weaverville, North Carolina 10 D FCC
W243BY 96.5 Charlotte, North Carolina 250 D FCC
W252BU 98.3 Dallas, North Carolina 250 D FCC

The Charlotte-area and Hickory translators are branded as "His Radio 96.5 and 98.3," and air separate station identifications and commercials. Their programming is also repeated on the second HD channel of WHQC in Charlotte.

Additionally, WAFJ in Augusta, Georgia; WLFA in Asheville, North Carolina; WCFJ in [Columbia, South Carolina]] and WRTP in Raleigh, North Carolina air many of the same programs as WLFJ.

His Radio Praise[edit]

His Radio's HD3 channel, known as His Radio Praise, airs praise and worship music. The main station repeats His Radio Praise on Sunday mornings from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. It is also heard in the Greenville area on the following translator:

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Class FCC info
W209CM 89.7 Simpsonville, South Carolina 210 D FCC

Logos[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.hisradio.com/about_us.php, Retrieved on 2009-06-02.
  2. ^ http://hdradio.com/station_guides/widget.php?id=65 HD Radio Guide for Greenville-Spartanburg
  3. ^ http://www.hisradio.com/listen.php, Retrieved on 2009-06-02.

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