Radio 74 Internationale
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Websitehttps://www.radio74.net/

Radio 74 Internationale is a network of Christian radio stations in the United States, broadcasting Christian talk and teaching programs as well as Christian music.[1][2]

History

Radio 74's origins lie in a radio station in France, established in 1982.[3] The first American affiliate was WHHC-LP in New Castle, Indiana, which began broadcasting in 2004, with many other affiliates also signing on that year.[4][5] Its flagship station is KRSF in Ridgecrest, California.[6]

Stations

Radio 74 Internationale is heard on 56 stations, as well as five low-powered translators, along with a mix of digital audio-only subchannels (usually #.74) and SAP audio broadcasts over the television stations of 3ABN.[7] Many of Radio 74's affiliates are owned by local Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) churches (3ABN supports the mission of the SDA).

Call sign Frequency City of license ERP (W) HAAT Class FCC info
KFNP-LP 99.5 FM North Pole, Alaska 100 38 m (125 ft) LP1 FMQ
KSHM 91.3 FM Show Low, Arizona 2,700 75.0 m (246 ft) A FMQ
KJNN-LP 94.3 FM Holbrook, Arizona 100 −51.6 m (−169 ft) LP1 FMQ
KJPN 89.3 FM Payson, Arizona 100 299 m (981 ft) A FMQ
KHSA-LP 107.3 FM Hot Springs, Arkansas 100 13 m (43 ft) LP1 FMQ
KJSA 89.7 FM Jonesboro, Arkansas 10,500 12.0 m (39 ft) C3 FMQ
KSSQ-LP 102.3 FM Siloam Springs, Arkansas 100 19.9 m (65 ft) LP1 FMQ
KJAT-LP 97.3 FM Sulphur Springs, Benton County, Arkansas 100 20.4 m (67 ft) LP1 FMQ
KWHA 89.9 FM West Helena, Arkansas 5,000 81.0 m (266 ft) A FMQ
KIHW-LP 104.1 FM West Helena, Arkansas 24 59.3 m (195 ft) LP1 FMQ
KCCQ-LP 105.9 FM Crescent City, California 100 −17.71 m (−58 ft) LP1 FMQ
KIIW-LP 93.3 FM Dobbins, California 100 0.9 m (3 ft) LP1 FMQ
KWRS-LP 107.3 FM Redlands, California 100 8 m (26 ft) LP1 FMQ
KRSF 89.3 FM Ridgecrest, California 890 394 m (1,293 ft) B1 FMQ
KSHC-LP 106.5 FM St. Helena, California 2 244.79 m (803 ft) LP1 FMQ
KPLS 1510 kHz FM Littleton, Colorado 10,000 day
25,000 night
0 m (0 ft) B KPLS FMQ]
KPLS-FM 97.7 FM Strasburg, Colorado 25,000 16.0 m (52 ft) C3 FMQ
WAPQ-LP 95.9 FM Avon Park, Florida 100 24 m (79 ft) LP1 FMQ
WHMF 91.1 FM Marianna, Florida 1,300 39.0 m (128 ft) A FMQ
WJWY-LP 92.3 FM Wauchula, Florida 100 15.78 m (52 ft) LP1 FMQ
WHHC-LP 100.1 FM New Castle, Indiana 100 30.0 m (98 ft) LP1 FMQ
KBFA-LP 95.7 FM West Monroe, Louisiana 73 35.01 m (115 ft) LP1 FMQ
WSJB-LP 96.9 FM St. Joseph, Michigan 100 29 m (95 ft) LP1 FMQ
KSDC-LP 94.9 FM Centralia, Missouri 100 16.42 m (54 ft) LP1 FMQ
KZBN 90.3 FM Bozeman, Montana 12,500 −168 m (−551 ft) C3 FMQ
KMEA-LP 92.7 FM Bozeman, Montana 100 −70.5 m (−231 ft) LP1 FMQ
KQQM 88.3 FM Miles City, Montana 4,000 170 m (558 ft) C3 FMQ
Call sign Frequency City of license ERP (W) HAAT Class FCC info
KJGS 91.9 FM Aurora, Nebraska 200 m (26 ft) A FMQ
KQQA 90.5 FM Shelton, Nebraska 600 45 m (148 ft) A FMQ
KAQQ-LP 99.9 FM Alliance, Nebraska 62 28 m (92 ft) LP1 FMQ
KBDP-LP 99.9 FM Bridgeport, Nebraska 73 −1.5 m (−5 ft) LP1 FMQ
KQQO-LP 97.7 FM Ogallala, Nebraska 63 9.6 m (31 ft) LP1 FMQ
KQSI-LP 89.5 FM Sidney, Nebraska 65 9.8 m (32 ft) LP1 FMQ
KCPJ-LP 105.7 FM Crete, Nebraska 100 30 m (98 ft) LP1 FMQ
KGCO-LP 107.9 FM Crete, Nebraska 100 −0.2 m (−1 ft) LP1 FMQ
KTQQ 88.1 FM Elko, Nevada 230 552 m (1,811 ft) C3 FMQ
WOPT-LP 95.9 FM Waynesville, North Carolina 100 −99.7 m (−327 ft) LP1 FMQ
KJIT-LP 106.7 FM Bismarck, North Dakota 45 44.2 m (145 ft) LP1 FMQ
KIEL 89.3 FM Loyal, Oklahoma 6,000 27.0 m (89 ft) A FMQ
KUMP-LP 107.9 FM Days Creek, Oregon 100 −131.4 m (−431 ft) LP1 FMQ
KOTU-LP 107.9 FM Riddle, Oregon 100 −184.3 m (−605 ft) LP1 FMQ
WBBY-LP 100.3 FM Berwick, Pennsylvania 100 −62.9 m (−206 ft) LP1 FMQ
WHMN-LP 107.3 FM Plymouth, Pennsylvania 10 95.0 m (312 ft) LP1 FMQ
KGHW 90.7 FM Onida, South Dakota 125 65.0 m (213 ft) A FMQ
KZLH-LP 95.7 FM Zapata, Texas 5 27.1 m (89 ft) LP1 FMQ
KCMK-LP 97.3 FM LaRue, Texas 100 28.9 m (95 ft) LP1 FMQ
WGFW 88.7 FM Drakes Branch, Virginia 2,300 62.0 m (203 ft) A FMQ
WRLP 89.1 FM Orange, Virginia 100 43.0 m (141 ft) A FMQ
WFIJ-LP 93.9 FM Rocky Mount, Virginia 86 32.3 m (106 ft) LP1 FMQ
KQBC 90.5 FM Benton City, Washington 20 281 m (922 ft) A FMQ
KWHJ-LP 92.3 FM Newport, Washington 10 −40.4 m (−133 ft) LP1 FMQ
WQQA 91.7 FM Forestville, Wisconsin 12,000 45 m (148 ft) C3 FMQ
WQMN 88.7 FM Minocqua, Wisconsin 40 30 m (98 ft) A FMQ
WGBT 91.3 FM Tomahawk, Wisconsin 22,000 25 m (82 ft) C3 FMQ

Translators

Call sign Frequency City of license ERP (W) HAAT FCC info
K274BJ 102.7 FM Springdale, AR 250 54.4 m (178 ft) FMQ
K263AP 100.5 FM Mandan, ND 205 97.0 m (318 ft) FMQ
K237FQ 95.3 FM Bismarck, ND 25 39 m (128 ft) FMQ
K226CC 93.1 FM Riddle, OR 10 415.1 m (1,362 ft) FMQ
W298BV 107.5 FM Rhinelander, WI 170 28 m (92 ft) FMQ

References

  1. ^ Jacobson, Adam. "Hunt Finds New Route For Colorado 'Rock'", Radio & Television Business Report. January 6, 2020. Retrieved June 12, 2021.
  2. ^ Buckhalter, Deborah. "New radio station coming in the fall", Jackson County Floridan. December 28, 2011.
  3. ^ "Scrapbook event at First Lutheran", The Bismarck Tribune. November 10, 2005.
  4. ^ "WHHC-LP has new home on the FM dial", The Courier-Times. July 9, 2017.
  5. ^ McClain, Nan. "New radio station beams inspirational programs to area", Benton County Daily Record. April 8, 2004. p. 2.
  6. ^ "Affiliation", KRSF. Retrieved June 12, 2021.
  7. ^ Listen radio74.net. Retrieved October 26, 2013.