AM Technical Profile: WEUP

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Transmitter Location:
[map] [bird's eye] [street view] Northeast of Oakwood University on Jordan Lane NW (Ardmore Highway), just north of the intersection with Oakwood Road & Sparkman Drive NW.  Co-located with WHIY.
Power (ERP):
Day: 10 kW
Night: 1 kW
1 tower
Other Information:
0.5 mV/m Daytime Groundwave Service Contour from the FCC's Public Files
[Picture] Image of one of the station's bumper stickers.
[Studio] Google Photos images of the station's studio and signage.
[Studio] Street View imagery of the station's studios on Highway 53 in Huntsville.
May broadcast in stereo.
Owned by Broadcast One, Inc.
This station was spawned from the WEUP that was on 1600 kHz, and signed on in 2001 with the standard 10 kW days and 1 kW nights non-directional setup of most all other expanded band stations.  The original call sign was WEUV.  At the time it came on the air, WEUP and WEUV simulcast with a Gospel music format. 

For more history of the heritage WEUP calls, see the history entry for WHIY.