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ZNS-2
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Broadcast areaThe Bahamas
Frequency107.9 kHz
BrandingInspiration 107.9 FM
Programming
FormatReligious music
AffiliationsBBC World Service
Ownership
OwnerThe Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas
ZNS-1; ZNS-3; ZNS-3-FM; ZNS-TV
History
First air date
1962; 60 years ago (1962) (on AM)
Call sign meaning
Zephyr Nassau Sunshine
Technical information
Facility ID102870
ClassA (NARBA clear-channel station)
(previous I-B station)
Power54,000 watts (FM)
1,000 watts (AM)
Transmitter coordinates
25°02′48″N 77°19′04″W / 25.04675°N 77.31765°W / 25.04675; -77.31765 (FM)
25°02′45″N 77°19′06″W / 25.0458°N 77.3182°W / 25.0458; -77.3182 (AM)
Repeater(s)1240 ZNS-2
C6B-2 6.09 MHz (SW)
Links
WebsiteOfficial website

ZNS-2 (branded as Inspiration 107.9) is the second-oldest radio station in the Bahamas, having begun broadcasting in 1962 on the AM band at 1240 kHz with a power of 1 kW. At some unknown point in the 1990s, the station migrated to the FM band on 107.9 MHz. It is under ownership of the Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas.