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WCRF-FM
WCRF 103.3 FM
Broadcast area Greater Cleveland
Slogan Radio For The Heart
Frequency 103.3 (MHz)
Repeaters WVMS 89.5, Sandusky, Ohio
WVMN 90.1, New Castle, Pennsylvania
WVME 91.9, Meadville, Pennsylvania
WVML 90.5, Millersburg, Ohio
W210AR 89.9, Cochranton, Pennsylvania
W215AX 90.9, Carrollton, Ohio
W221AR 92.1 in Coshocton, Ohio
First air date November 23, 1958
Format Christian Music and Teaching
ERP 25,000 watts
Class B
Callsign meaning Christian Radio Fellowship
Owner Moody Bible Institute
Website wcrfradio.org

WCRF-FM is a FM radio station in Cleveland, Ohio broadcasting at 103.3 MHz. The station is owned and operated by the Moody Bible Institute, and broadcasts a schedule of Christian music and programs from the Moody Broadcasting Network.[1]

Programming is rebroadcast on WVMS 89.5 in Sandusky, Ohio, WVMN 90.1 in New Castle, Pennsylvania, WVME 91.9 in Meadville, Pennsylvania and WVML 90.5 in Millersburg, Ohio, all owned by Moody Bible Institute, and on W210AR 89.9 in Cochranton, Pennsylvania, W215AX 90.9 in Carrollton, Ohio, and W221AR 92.1 in Coshocton, Ohio, all owned by local ministries. Although WCRF is a commercial license, the station operates as a non-commercial station, soliciting contributions for broadcast expenses. The stations that rebroadcast WCRF programming are non-commercial stations.

The station began in 1949 or 1950 as WCUO [1]. It became WCRF on November 23, 1958 under the ownership of MBI. WCRF is currently celebrating 50 years in radio ministry. [2]

WCRF is a member of National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) and the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA).

Local programming includes The Morning Program, a week-day morning program; and Afternoon Praise, during afternoon rush-hour.

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