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ZNS-3 / C6B-3
ZNS-3 logo.png
Broadcast areaThe Bahamas
Frequency810 kHz
BrandingThe Light (Northern Service)
FormatChristian contemporary music
OwnerThe Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas
First air date
1973 (1973)
Call sign meaning
Zephyr Nassau Sunshine
Technical information
Power10,000 watts
Transmitter coordinates
25°02′44.10″N 77°19′05.80″W / 25.0455833°N 77.3182778°W / 25.0455833; -77.3182778
WebcastListen Live
WebsiteOfficial website

ZNS-3 (branded as The Light) is the third-oldest radio station in the Bahamas, having begun broadcasting in 1973 as the "Northern Service", before adopting its current . It is under ownership of the Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas.

The Bahamas' ITU prefix is officially C6-, though it still uses its older ZN- prefix for most of its AM/FM radio and television stations from when it was a United Kingdom colony, though has listed ZNS-3's call sign as C6B-3 in the past, similar to its other non-broadcast signals.