FM Technical Profile: WGIB
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- Station Name:
On Double Oak Mountain, about 6 miles east of where US-280 crosses
over. Due south of the Shoal Creek subdivision.
- Power (ERP):
- 600 watts.
- Antenna HAAT:
- 679 feet.
- 60 dBu protected
map, from the FCC.
PS-WGIB-Where God Is Blessing - 205-323-1516
Text-WGIB-WHERE GOD IS
- Mono &
- // WQEM-FM
// W222AZ Springville
// W224CN Leeds
// W291BT Jasper
// W291CG Odenville
// W300AE Tuscaloosa
- How's the
- Signal is quite
good over all of Jefferson and Shelby counties. Can be received in
Jasper, Abernat, Jemison and Allgood.
For the Glen Iris Baptist School
[Twitter] For the
Glen Iris Baptist Church
- Glen Iris
- WGIB (Where God
Is Blessing) dates back to at least 1984, when it broadcast from
atop Red Mountain with just a few hundred watts. Has always had the
same calls and same owner, Glen Iris Baptist Church.
January 2003 WGIB had a swap with Clear Channel's WDXB-FM and
WQEM-FM. WGIB's antenna was relocated from a site atop Red
Mountain to Double Oak Mountain, near US 280, close to WLJR-FM's
site. WDXB-FM moved from the Tuscaloosa Tall tower to WGIB's old
site, and Clear Channel sold WQEM to Glen Iris Baptist for the
trouble. WGIB's signal at 91.9 has increased height and power with a
new directional antenna as well.