FM Technical Profile: WRNF


Station Name:
Moody Radio South
Frequency:
89.5
Format:
Religious
Transmitter Location:
[map] [street view] Northeast of Selma between the Valley Grande and Jones communities, south of the intersection of CR-84 and CR-297 in Dallas County.
Power (ERP):
6 kW
Antenna:
Omnidirectional
Antenna HAAT:
328 feet
Other Information:
60 dBu protected contour map, from the FCC.
More Information:
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[Street View] Studios for Moody Radio South in Tuscaloosa.
:PS-[?] Time-[?] Text-[?] PTY-[?] PI-WRNF-FM
Owner:
Moody Bible Institute
History:
WRNF began broadcasting on December 27th 2007 with the Moody Bible Network programming. The calls stand for Robert NefF, a Moody vice president who died in 2006 from Lou Gerhig's disease. In December 2010 the station received a construction permit to go from 6 kW vertical power only to regular vertical and horizontal power.  That change was implemented in late November 2012.