FM Technical Profile: WBMH
- Station Name:
- Bama 106
- Classic Country
Located between Grove Hill and Coffeeville on the southern side of
US-84, off April Road.
- Power (ERP):
- 18.5 kW
- Antenna HAAT:
- 381 feet
- 60 dBu protected
map, from the FCC.
Street View imagery of the studios for WHOD, WBMH and WRJX.
Time-[?] Text-[?] PTY-Country
- Pine City Radio
- Signed on in
March 2000 as WFOW with a classic country format, by Bennie Hewitt's
Capital Assets. Calls changed to WBMH in March 2002. Co-owned
with WHOD in Jackson, and with that station, airs selected local
high school sports. Capital Assets sold this station, along with
WHOD and WRJX, for $500,000 to Jason Kyzer's Kyzer Communications,
in March 2017.
took the all his area stations off the air in mid-November 2017, and
filed bankruptcy soon thereafter.
In early Februrary
2018 it was announced that Thomas A. Butts' Pine City Radio would be
acquiring the former Kyzer stations for $200,000, from the
bankruptcy trustee Terrie S. Owens. It is planned to return
the stations to the air via LMA before the purchase is
complete. The station did appear to return to the air shortly
after the announcement.