|Broadcast area||Washington DC Metro Area, Winchester, Virginia|
|Slogan||"Virginia's Positive Hits"|
|Frequency||89.9 FM MHz (see left for list of translators) (also on HD Radio via WBTJ-HD 3)|
|First air date||1999|
|HAAT||127.4 meters (418 ft)|
|Callsign meaning||W Positive Encouraging Radio|
|Owner||Baker Family Stations
(Positive Alternative Radio, Inc.)
Combined 89.5/90.5 History
In January 2006, Positive Alternative Radio bought the old CSN-Virginia, a network of four full-power stations and almost two dozen translators, formerly broadcasting programming from local Calvary Chapel churches alongside KAWZ's Calvary Satellite Network. In the buyout, these stations were split between WPER and WRXT in Lynchburg. WPER obtained WJYJ, based out of Fredericksburg, and seven of the translators, increasing its range of its new network all the way down to Richmond, Williamsburg, and even Buckingham County. Accordingly, WPER changed all promotional materials from "Positive Hits 89.9 WPER" to "Positive Hits 89.9 and the NEW 90.5."
WPER is relayed by five translators to widen its broadcast area. Co-owned WJYJ relays the same programming on six additional signals.
|City of license||ERP
|W243AF||96.5||Flint Hill, Virginia||10||D||FCC|
|W273BB||102.5||Richmond, Virginia||99||D||FCC||Repeats WBTJ-HD3|
- "WPER Becomes 89.9 WPER/90.5 WJYJ". VARTV: Virginia Radio & TV.