Fundamental Broadcasting Network
TypeRadio network
Country
United States
Ownership
OwnerGrace Baptist Church[1][2][3]
History
Launch dateDecember 12, 1988[4]
Links
WebcastListen Live
Websitehttp://www.fbnradio.com/

The Fundamental Broadcasting Network (FBN) is a network of Conservative Christian radio stations in the United States, based out of the Grace Baptist Church in Newport, North Carolina.[5]

Programs heard on FBN include Family Altar with Lester Roloff, Scripture Reading with Alexander Scourby, Gospel Hour with Oliver B. Greene, Ranger Bill, along with other Christian programming. Its music is predominantly traditionalist in nature, consisting mostly of hymns and some older Southern gospel, with no contemporary Christian music.[6]

Stations

FBN programming is featured on six full-powered stations and 11 translators, as well as 21 additional affiliated stations and translators, most of which are owned and operated by independent Baptist churches, which carry Fundamental Broadcasting Network's programming either in-part or in-whole. FBN's flagship station is WOTJ 90.7 FM in Newport, North Carolina, which began broadcasting December 12, 1988.[7][4][8]

The Fundamental Broadcasting Network formerly operated two 50,000-watt shortwave stations, WTJC, which began broadcasting in 1999, and WBOH, which began broadcasting in 2002.[9][10][11] WBOH ceased broadcasting in 2010.[12]

Owned-and-operated stations

Call sign Frequency City of license ERP (W) HAAT FCC info
WRJS 88.1 FM Soperton, Georgia 12,000 82.2 m (270 ft) FMQ
WWFJ 88.1 FM East Fayetteville, North Carolina 2,000 25.3 m (83 ft) FMQ
WOTJ 90.7 FM Morehead City, North Carolina 24,000 142 m (466 ft) FMQ
WYBJ 90.7 FM Newton Grove, North Carolina 2,900 66 m (217 ft) FMQ
WFIC 1530 FM Collinsville, Virginia 1,000 day
250 critical hours
0 m (0 ft) FMQ
WMLJ 90.5 FM Summersville, West Virginia 11,000 315 m (1,033 ft) FMQ

Translators

Call sign Frequency City of license ERP (W) Class FCC info
W204CL 88.7 FM Lexington Park, Maryland 55 D FMQ
W204BA 88.7 FM Oakland, Maryland 250 D FMQ
W220BW 91.9 FM Ayden, North Carolina 250 D FMQ
W208AO 89.5 FM Bell Arthur, North Carolina 70 D FMQ
W214CB 90.7 FM Edenton, North Carolina 45 D FMQ
W214BU 90.7 FM Elizabeth City, North Carolina 45 D FMQ
W216BH 91.1 FM Henderson, North Carolina 55 D FMQ
W201DI 88.1 FM Monroe, North Carolina 170 D FMQ
W276AX 103.1 FM Princeton, North Carolina 120 D FMQ
W209BH 89.7 FM Bernardstown, West Virginia 10 D FMQ
W244BF 96.7 FM Nimitz, West Virginia 10 D FMQ

Affiliates

Call sign Frequency City of license FCC info
KTEH-LP 98.9 FM Los Molinos, California FMQ
WJYC-LP 105.3 FM Terryville, Connecticut FMQ
WIHW-LP 96.1 FM Dover, Delaware FMQ
WTYG 91.5 FM Sparr, Florida FMQ
WEYY 88.7 FM Tallapoosa, Georgia FMQ
WYTJ 89.3 FM Linton, Indiana FMQ
WHGT 1590 FM Maugansville, Maryland FMQ
WOGM-LP 104.7 FM Jamestown, New York FMQ
WHPY 1590 FM Clayton, North Carolina WHPY FMQ]
WGHW 88.1 FM Lockwoods Folly Town, North Carolina FMQ
WBIC-LP 97.3 FM Wilson, North Carolina FMQ
WPIP 880 FM Winston-Salem, North Carolina FMQ
WBTB-LP 107.9 FM Erie, Pennsylvania FMQ
WRHJ-LP 93.1 FM Rock Hill, South Carolina FMQ
WPOG 710 FM St. Matthews, South Carolina FMQ
WWOS-FM 91.9 FM St. George, South Carolina FMQ
WSSC 1340 FM Sumter, South Carolina WSSC FMQ]
WWOS 810 FM Walterboro, South Carolina WWOS FMQ]
WSDC 88.5 FM Sneedville, Tennessee FMQ
WOTC 88.3 FM Edinburg, Virginia FMQ
KFCB-LP 105.1 FM Douglas, Wyoming FMQ

Translators

Call sign Frequency City of license ERP (W) Class FCC info
W296CW 107.1 FM Ocala, Florida 120 D FMQ
W201BO 88.1 FM Vincennes, Indiana 13 D FMQ
W234AH 94.7 FM Harrisonburg, Virginia 10 D FMQ

References

  1. ^ Burke, Cheryl; Allen, Jennifer. "Response rolls ahead to Haiti", Carteret County News-Times. January 15, 2010.
  2. ^ "Deal Digest - November 2, 2017", Inside Radio. November 1, 2017. Retrieved May 29, 2021.
  3. ^ "Deal Digest - February 8, 2018", Inside Radio. February 7, 2018. Retrieved May 29, 2021.
  4. ^ a b Broadcasting & Cable Yearbook 1993, Broadcasting & Cable, 1993. p. B-262. Retrieved May 29, 2021.
  5. ^ "Burke, Cheryl. "Couple returns; local effort continues", Carteret County News-Times. January 20, 2010.
  6. ^ FBN Daily Program Guide, Fundamental Broadcasting Network. Retrieved August 1, 2018.
  7. ^ FBN Affiliates Archived 2012-11-20 at the Wayback Machine Fundamental Broadcasting Network. Accessed September 22, 2012
  8. ^ "Call Letters", Broadcasting & Cable. October 31, 1988. p. 68. Retrieved May 29, 2021.
  9. ^ "The FCC Says 'Yes' To Another U.S. Religious SW Station", Popular Communications. December 1999. Retrieved November 11, 2020.
  10. ^ "WBOH testing from North Carolina on 5920 kHz", DXing.info. September 2002. Retrieved November 29, 2020.
  11. ^ Magne, Lawrence (2004). Passport to World Band Radio. International Broadcasting Services. p. 355. Retrieved November 29, 2020.
  12. ^ "Radio Prague and Other Shortwave Comings, Goings, and Uncertainties", Popular Communications. February 2010. p. 26. Retrieved May 29, 2021.