KROH
CityPort Townsend, Washington
Frequency91.1 MHz
Programming
FormatReligious
Ownership
OwnerOlympic Media, Inc.
History
First air date
August 12, 2011
Call sign meaning
Radio Of Hope
Technical information
Facility ID173495
ClassC2
ERP1150 watts
HAAT456 meters
Links
Websitewww.radioofhope.org

KROH (91.1 FM) is a non-commercial radio station broadcasting Traditional Christian music and spoken/teaching programming. Licensed to Port Townsend, Washington, United States, the station is currently owned by Olympic Media, Inc. Studios are located in leased space on the upper level of the Better Living Center, 1505 Franklin Street, which also houses a Community Clothing Bank, seasonal soup kitchen and educational center. The transmitter is located at the Maynard Peak Comm Site, which is part of an "antenna farm" atop Blyn Mountain at 2100'. Transmitter and studio facilities are equipped with emergency-generators to ensure operations when commercial power fails.[1] KROH's signal reaches as far west as portions of Port Angeles, northeast to Bellingham and Concrete, north into portions of Vancouver, B.C., south to Poulsbo/Silverdale and southeast to portions of the Seattle metro depending upon terrain and adjacent-channel influences (varies). World-wide coverage is accomplished via streaming audio accessible at www.radioofhope.org/listen. 202 countries thus far.[2]

References

  1. ^ "KROH Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ Port Townsend's second new radio station — Christian KROH-FM — plans summer premiere by Jeff Chew, Peninsula Daily News, May 2011

Coordinates: 48°00′58″N 122°55′29″W / 48.01611°N 122.92472°W / 48.01611; -122.92472