Sound of Life Radio

The Sound of Life Radio Network is a regional Contemporary Christian music network headquartered in Lake Katrine, New York and serves eastern New York State, northern New Jersey, northeast Pennsylvania, and western New England. Programming on the network is primarily music based with short programming features interspersed throughout the day. Short feature programs are practical, family oriented and directed at applying faith to everyday life. The network's feature segment is the Cup 'A Joe Morning Show with morning show host Joe Hunter who has been on the air with the network since 1993. The Sound of Life is streamed 24/7 through their website and mobile apps.

WFGB
Sound of Life Flagship Station
Sound of Life radio network logo.png
CityKingston, New York
Broadcast area
Frequency89.7 MHz
BrandingThe Sound of Life
SloganReal Life, Real Change
Programming
FormatChristian radio
Ownership
OwnerSound of Life, Inc.
History
First air date
January 9, 1985; 36 years ago (1985-01-09)
Technical information
Licensing authority
FCC
Facility ID60896
ClassB
ERP3,100 watts
HAAT453 meters (1,486 ft)
Transmitter coordinates
42°4′35″N 74°6′26″W / 42.07639°N 74.10722°W / 42.07639; -74.10722 (WFGB)Coordinates: 42°4′35″N 74°6′26″W / 42.07639°N 74.10722°W / 42.07639; -74.10722 (WFGB)
Repeater(s)See § Repeaters
Links
Public license information
Profile
LMS
WebcastListen live
Websitewww.soundoflife.org

HistoryEdit

Sound of Life was incorporated in the early 1980s by a group of people in the Kingston, New York area who wanted to begin a faith-based radio station for the Hudson Valley which would encourage and reach out to and be supported by listeners. After nearly buying WHVW in 1982, the network obtained the construction permit for 89.7 MHz Kingston, which signed on as WFGB on January 9, 1985.

RepeatersEdit

As of 2018, Sound of Life programming is also heard on the following frequencies:

Call sign Frequency City of license Facility ID Class ERP
W
Height
m (ft)
Transmitter coordinates Call sign meaning Former call signs
WGNA-HD3 107.7-3 FM (HD) Albany, New York 72118 B 12,500 300 m (980 ft) 42°38′13″N 73°59′49″W / 42.63694°N 73.99694°W / 42.63694; -73.99694 (WGNA-HD3)
WLJH 90.7 FM Glens Falls, New York 77582 A 40 404 m (1,325 ft) 43°25′12″N 73°45′37″W / 43.42000°N 73.76028°W / 43.42000; -73.76028 (WLJH) WARD (3/21-8/15/1997)
WGKR 105.3 FM Grand Gorge, New York 60904 A 60 414 m (1,358 ft) 42°23′55″N 74°35′23″W / 42.39861°N 74.58972°W / 42.39861; -74.58972 (WGKR)
WHVP 91.1 FM Hudson, New York 60899 A 220 318 m (1,043 ft) 42°18′28″N 73°29′35″W / 42.30778°N 73.49306°W / 42.30778; -73.49306 (WHVP) Hudson Valley WQFA (11/15/1991-6/1/1992)
WGWR 88.1 FM Liberty, New York 79020 A 38 246 m (807 ft) 41°48′3.9″N 74°47′4.9″W / 41.801083°N 74.784694°W / 41.801083; -74.784694 (WGWR)
WLJP 89.3 FM Monroe, New York 60900 A 200 283 m (928 ft) 41°22′42″N 74°8′16″W / 41.37833°N 74.13778°W / 41.37833; -74.13778 (WLJP)
WPGL 90.7 FM Pattersonville, New York 60890 A 30 199 m (653 ft) 42°51′0″N 74°3′58″W / 42.85000°N 74.06611°W / 42.85000; -74.06611 (WPGL) WLGZ (2/26-12/20/1993)
WRPJ 88.9 FM Port Jervis, New York 60889 A 500 180 m (590 ft) 41°25′36″N 74°34′54″W / 41.42667°N 74.58167°W / 41.42667; -74.58167 (WRPJ) Radio Port Jervis
WSSK 89.7 FM Saratoga Springs, New York 76980 A 50 131 m (430 ft) 43°11′35″N 73°45′25″W / 43.19306°N 73.75694°W / 43.19306; -73.75694 (WSSK) Saratoga Springs

TranslatorsEdit

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license FCC info Rebroadcasts
W235AY 94.9 Albany, New York FCC WGNA-HD3
W229BH 93.7 Newburgh, New York FCC WFGB
W206AW 89.1 Pawling, New York FCC WFGB

External linksEdit

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