|Broadcast area||Hampton Roads|
|Branding||Cadena Radial Nueva Vida|
|First air date||1997|
|Power||20,000 Watts daytime|
3 Watts nighttime
|Former callsigns||WARO (1989–1994)|
|Owner||Iglesia Nueva Vida of High Point|
|Website||Cadena Radial Nueva Vida|
WRJR's tower is located near Surry, Virginia, which allows the station's daytime signal to cover all of Hampton Roads, but with its extremely low nighttime power, the station essentially broadcasts to only Surry proper at night.
670 AM is United States clear-channel frequency on which WSCR in Chicago, Illinois is the dominant Class A station. WRJR reduces nighttime power to avoid interfering with WSCR's nighttime skywave signal.
On October 3, 2011, WRJR switched from its simulcast of sister WPMH to a Black Gospel format as "Paradise Broadcasting Network".
- Query the FCC's AM station database for WRJR
- Radio-Locator Information on WRJR
- Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WRJR
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