WUFM

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City Columbus, OH
Broadcast area Columbus Metro Area
Branding RadioU
Slogan Where Music Is Going
Frequency 88.7 MHz
Translator(s)

CALIFORNIA
Five Cities - 101.9 K270AF
San Luis Obispo - 107.7 K299BE
MICHIGAN
Alma - 96.7 W244BS
Saginaw - 103.5 W278BX

Midland - 101.7 FM
OHIO
Chillicothe - 101.9 W270CG
Circleville -100.5 W263AX
Dayton - 102.5 W273BQ
Mansfield - 92.5 W223CF
Mt Vernon - 102.1 W271AO
Newark - 105.5 W288CT
Springfield - 98.7 W254BJ
Zanesville - 103.3 W277BV
OKLAHOMA
Edmond - 90.5 K213EM
NEW YORK
Fredonia - 88.5 W203AW
WASHINGTON
Enumclaw - 106.5 K293AY
Issaquah - 89.1 K206CJ
Repeater(s) CALIFORNIA
Santa Maria - 91.5 KRQZ
MICHIGAN
Midland - 101.7 WPRJ
WASHINGTON
Granite Falls - 91.5 KQXI
First air date March 22, 1996 (1996-03-22)
Format Alternative
ERP 5,000 Watts
HAAT 236 Meters
Class B
Facility ID 20758
Owner Spirit Communications, Inc.
(Spirit Communications, Inc.)
Webcast Listen Live
Website radiou.com

WUFM (88.7 FM, "RadioU") is non-commercial radio station licensed to Columbus, Ohio.[1] The station retransmits its signal to several FM stations and FM translators nationwide including KRQZ, a full-service FM station licensed to Lompoc, California, WPRJ, a full-service FM station licensed to Coleman, Michigan, and KQXI, a full-service FM station licensed to Granite Falls, Washington.

RadioU primarily plays alternative Christian music across several genres, with the most played genre including pop-rock, hard rock, punk, and hip-hop, as well as electronic/dance, and hardcore/metal music. The station is accessible worldwide through their website (radiou.com) and can be seen through their music TV stream, RadioU TV.

RadioU[edit]

RadioU is owned and operated by Spirit Communications, Inc., a non-profit organization funded completely by listener donations. RadioU does not have commercial sponsors and is kept running only by listener donations received during its twice-yearly on-air fundraisers and through local special events such as the RadioU Annual 5K.

WUFM translator frequencies, locations[edit]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license FCC info Notes
K206CJ 89.1 Issaquah, Washington FCC serving Seattle-Tacoma
K213EM 90.5 Edmond, Oklahoma FCC serving Oklahoma City
K293AY 106.5 Enumclaw, Washington FCC also serving Seattle-Tacoma
W203AW 88.5 Fredonia, New York FCC serving Fredonia-Dunkirk
W254BJ 98.7 Springfield, Ohio FCC
W263AX 100.5 Circleville, Ohio FCC
W271AO 102.1 Mount Vernon, Ohio FCC
W273BQ 102.5 Dayton, Ohio FCC
W277BV 103.3 Zanesville, Ohio FCC
W223CF 92.5 Mansfield, Ohio FCC
W270CG 101.9 Chillicothe, Ohio FCC
W288CT 105.5 Newark, Ohio FCC

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FCC database". Radio U. Retrieved August 20, 2010. 

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