WVOB 91.3 FM branded as “Gospel 91” is an American radio station licensed to serve Dothan, Alabama. Presently owned by Bethany Divinity College & Seminary, Inc., the station broadcasts a Southern Gospel format. The station is a non-profit listener-supported radio service. WVOB also has many local business partners. The service offers online streaming besides being present on social media networking sites.
About Gospel 91:
WVOB claims to be “The Best Southern Gospel Music service In Southeast Alabama.” The
station has its studios in Bethany Divinity College & Seminary whereas its transmitter is on Cowers Road. The call sign WVOB stands for “We’re Voice Of Bethany.” The call letters WVOB were first in the use of a station in Bel Air, Maryland (now WHRF), from 1963-1982.
Henrietta Brown, Keith Brady, and Sylvia Green are the famous DJ on the channel, while Dr. Samuel Shuemake is the station manager. The leading show, “Coffee-Break,” airs on three days of the week, i.e., Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 9:30 in the morning. Its exciting programming includes an array of shows featuring Southern Gospel artists’ news, fun, interesting facts, and Word-Game to let the audience win monthly giveaways.
WVOB operates with an ERP 2,500 Watts as a class A FM service with the facility ID 4951. Its transmitter emits analog signals with a non-direction antenna with 328 feet (HAAT). In local areas, its predicted listening range is 10 miles, whereas, in remote areas, it is 30 miles. Its transmitting coordinates are 31.182677, -85.405766. The FCC granted it the license to broadcast on October 03, 1989, which would expire on April 1, 2020.
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 1944, Dothan, Alabama 36302
Studio Location: 9317 East State Hwy. 52, Webb, Alabama 36376
Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Official Website: http://www.gospel91.com/