FM Technical Profile: WKUL

Station Name:
Country, Talk
Transmitter Location:
[map] On CR-1621, east of CR-747 and north of US-278, just east of Cullman.
Power (ERP):
6 kW
Antenna HAAT:
328 feet
Other Information:
60 dBu protected contour map, from the FCC.
HD-2: Southern Gospel
// W250BM Cullman, AL
:PS-[?] Time-[?] Text-(blank?) PTY-[?]  PI-WKUL-FM
More Information:
[Facebook] For WKUL
[Facebook] For Praise 97.9
[Twitter] For WKUL
[Twitter] For Praise 97.9
[Studio] Street View imagery of the studio on First Avenue in downtown Cullman; in the 2014 image, you can see what's left of the old auxiliary FM tower behind the building. 
Johnathan Christian Corp.
92.1 came on the air around September 1967 as WKLN (for the owner, Ken LawreNce) with a live beautiful music format.  In the 70's the station was sold to a group from WKUL 1340, when that station switched from top 40 to country. WKLN switched to top 40 with rock at night at that time. Around 1987 this station became WKUL-FM and switched to a country format, which they are to this day.  The station is also heavy with a mix of conservative talk and local news and information.  In the spring of 2017, the station added an HD signal and launched a gospel music format via translator W250BM in Cullman, as "Praise 97.9"