WTWW

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WTWW
CityLebanon, Tennessee
Broadcast areaCanada, Europe, Middle East, Asia, Africa[1]
SloganWe Transmit World Wide
Frequency5.83 MHz (03:00–15:00 UTC)
9.475 MHz (15:00–03:00 UTC)
First air dateFebruary 19, 2010
FormatReligious paid programming
Language(s)English
Power100 kW
ClassHF Broadcasting
Facility IDIHFC/P-20080122
Transmitter coordinates36°16′35″N 86°5′58″W / 36.27639°N 86.09944°W / 36.27639; -86.09944Coordinates: 36°16′35″N 86°5′58″W / 36.27639°N 86.09944°W / 36.27639; -86.09944
Callsign meaningWe Transmit World Wide
Former callsignsWBWW (during construction)
Affiliations Scriptures For America
OwnerLeap of Faith, Inc.
WebcastListen Live
Websitewww.wtww.us

WTWW is a shortwave station located in Lebanon, Tennessee.

WTWW, according to their website, stands for "We Transmit World Wide".

WTWW, according to the FCC,[page needed] was originally licensed a construction permit as WBWW on June 30, 2009. Testing began in January 2010 and ending mid-February 2010. Testing frequencies used were 5.755 MHz and 9.48 MHz, and recorded by several listeners who uploaded the audio to YouTube.[citation needed]

Both the frequencies 5.755 MHz and 9.48 MHz and their transmitters were previously used by Christian shortwave outlet KAIJ in Dallas, Texas. They also transmit on 5.085 MHz.

WTWW officially signed on at 1500 UTC on Friday, February 19, 2010 using the 9.48 MHz frequency at a low over-the-air power and streaming [1] with programming from the Scriptures for America broadcast network.[citation needed]

As of March 2010, WTWW (as WBWW) is licensed to operate at 100 kilowatts with an azimuth of 40�, every day, on 5.755 MHz from 00:00 to 07:00 UTC and on 9.48 MHz from 12:00 to 19:00 and 22:00 to 24:00 UTC, targeting CIRAF zones 4 and 9 (eastern Canada), 18 and 27–28 (Europe), 37–38 (north Africa), 39 (the Middle East), and 46–47 (western and central Africa).[1]


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "FCC HF Stations Seasonal Operating Frequency Schedules" (Winter '09 Version 2 ed.). Federal Communications Commission. 2010-01-07. Retrieved 2010-03-12.

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