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City WVNH: Concord, New Hampshire
WANH: Meredith, New Hampshire
Broadcast area Concord (Lakes Region) area
Slogan Gospel Radio
Frequency WVNH: 91.1 MHz
WANH: 91.5 MHz
First air date WVNH: March 7, 1999
WANH: July 1, 2009
Format Christian radio
ERP WVNH: 650 watts
WANH: 1,700 watts
HAAT WVNH: 101 meters
WANH: 8 meters
Class WVNH: A
Facility ID WVNH: 8698
WANH: 122150
Transmitter coordinates WVNH: 43°23′54.00″N 71°25′24.00″W / 43.3983333°N 71.4233333°W / 43.3983333; -71.4233333
WANH: 43°41′25.00″N 71°22′34.00″W / 43.6902778°N 71.3761111°W / 43.6902778; -71.3761111 (WANH)
Owner New Hampshire Gospel Radio, Inc.
Webcast Listen Live
Website www.nhgr.org

WVNH (91.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Christian radio format. Licensed to Concord, New Hampshire, United States, the station serves the Concord area. The station is currently owned by New Hampshire Gospel Radio, Inc.[1] Programming is simulcast on WANH (91.5 FM) in Meredith, serving the Lakes Region.

The licensee for WVNH and WANH is New Hampshire Gospel Radio, Inc. The board of directors are; Peter J. Stohrer, President; John Loker, Vice President and Secretary; George Dykstra, Treasurer; Gail Holder and Frank Accardy.

The studios for New Hampshire Gospel Radio (NHGR) are located at 37 Redington Rd. in Concord.


In addition to the main station, WVNH is relayed by several broadcast translators to widen its broadcast area.

Broadcast translators of WVNH
Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
W241AJ 96.1 Laconia, New Hampshire 27 D FCC
W245AF 96.9 Ashland, New Hampshire 6 D FCC
W282AF 104.3 Concord, New Hampshire 3 D FCC
Broadcast translators of WANH
Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
W240CS 95.9 Bristol, New Hampshire 10 D FCC


The station was assigned call sign WQFB on November 15, 1991. On November 1, 1992, the station changed its call sign to WVNH.[2] It took to the air on March 7, 1999; on July 1, 2009, WANH began broadcasting.


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