90.3 WBCL Fort Wayne Expands It’s Reach

90.3 WBCL FORT WAYNE, IN – Monday, November 4, 2019, WBCL Radio Network is now on the air in Toledo, OH at 88.9. This acquisition greatly increases WBCL’s reach. The 88.9 signal reaches all of Toledo’s Total Survey Area. When the total Nielson survey market population of Fort Wayne 90.3 and Toledo 88.9 are combined, WBCL’s mission will be in front of well over 1.6 million people. This number does not include any of the station’s other 8 outlying signals.

“We were not looking at expanding our terrestrial signal, but God put this opportunity in front of us in a manner that we couldn’t ignore so we moved forward and He made it happen. Our mission is to communicate God’s redemptive love and truth through Contemporary Christian Music and a strong connection with our listeners. Our expansion in Ohio has happened gradually and naturally, comparable to how families extend over time. We have faith that God will provide many future stories of changed lives for Him.” – Ross McCampbell, Executive Director

WBCL is a listener-supported, not-for-profit Christian media network owned by Taylor University. The network broadcasts 24/7 at 90.3 FM in Fort Wayne and northeast Indiana; at 89.5 FM in northwest Ohio and southern, lower Michigan; at 88.1 FM in west central Ohio; at 94.7 FM in south central Michigan and northern Indiana; at 106.1 FM in Muncie; at 89.7 FM in Upland, IN; at 97.7 FM in Adrian, MI; at 101.3 in Marion; at 99.5 in Findlay; on the internet at WBCL.org and via the WBCL app.

The mission of WBCL is to communicate God’s redemptive love and truth through captivating media that inform, entertain, challenge, inspire and encourage.

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