SSW of Cullman, tower
is visible from I-65 between the two Alabama 69 exits.
How's the Signal?
Signal is good Jefferson
and Shelby counties. Can be received quite well over almost all of central
Alabama thanks to a tall tower, lots of power and a good centralized location.
Strong signal in Cullman, Pell City, Gadsden, Oneonta, Jasper and Decatur.
Weakest in the metro area south of Red Mtn.
Lower level of Brookwood
Village shopping center in Homewood / Mountain Brook.
Rob Trainor and Lynette
Wright, 6-10 AM; Therese Romano (PD), 10 AM - 1 PM; Shannon Steele, 1-3
PM; Jeff Cruz and Shannon Steele, 2-7 PM; Janel Bass, 7 PM - 12 AM.
How's it sound?
Reality Radio sounds so much better than when
they first came on the air. Thank God (no pun intended)! The sparking highs
and watery mid-range associated with someone squeezing a few too many bits
from their computer-housed music files is gone. The sound is nice
and balanced and sounds like a good station should.
Put on the air in 1950
by WFMH-AM as WFMH-FM. Before going to God, this station played classic
country. Licensed to Cullman, the station has had a monster antenna for
some time that puts a signal well into Birmingham and Huntsville both.
Since becoming Reality Radio, The WFMH calls and format moved to Holly
Pond FM station 95.5, who was an oldies station at the time. WFMH had an
AM companion, which still serves Cullman. Before being classic country,
the station ran nostalgia in mono.