|Syracuse, New York|
|City||Westvale, New York|
|Channels||Analog: 6 (VHF)|
|Affiliations||The Fish (Salem)|
(Metro TV, Inc.)
|Sister station(s)||WSEN, WSIV|
|Former affiliations||NASA TV|
|Transmitter power||0.3 kW|
WVOA-LP is a low-power analog television station that operates as a radio station. The station, formerly known as WMBO-LP, operates a brokered religious format known as Love Radio; Love Radio had previously aired in the Syracuse area on FM 103.9, now known as WSEN. WVOA-LP operates on analog channel 6, allowing its audio feed to be heard on the FM radio dial at 87.7 MHz. It is not to be confused with WSTQ-LP, Syracuse's CW affiliate, which broadcasts on channel 14 but uses its cable position of channel 6 to brand as "CW 6".
WVOA-LP's programming consists mostly of brokered religious programming from around the United States, with Salem Radio Network's “The Fish” network filling in unsold gaps. A few secular music programs also air, primarily on weekends.
Despite a similarity in call signs, there is no relation between WVOA-LP and the Voice of America service. The VOA call sign was requested when the station changed to a Classical music format in the late 80's. The meaning was Voice Of (the) Arts. The WVOA call sign was retained when the station was returned to Christian Broadcasting about 2 years later.
- Herbert, Geoff (October 6, 2013). Syracuse radio station starts playing holiday music 11 weeks before Christmas. Syracuse Post-Standard. Retrieved October 7, 2013.
- Naughton, Peter (November 22, 2010). WMBO-LP returns to the airwaves. CNYRadio.com. Retrieved October 8, 2013.