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Sound of Life Radio
Broadcast area Eastern New York, Northern New Jersey, Northeastern Pennsylvania, Western New England
Branding The Sound of Life
Frequency see below
First air date January 9, 1985
Format Christian radio
ERP WGWR - 60 watts
WRPJ - 500 watts
WLJP - 200 watts
WFGB - 3,100 watts
WSSK - 50 watts
WLJH - 400 watts
WPGL - 300 watts
WHVP - 220 watts
WGKR - 60 watts
HAAT WGWR - 171 meters
WRPJ - 180 meters
WLJP - 317 meters
WFGB - 453 meters
WSSK - 131 meters vert.
WLJH - 404 meters vert.
WPGL - 199 meters
WHVP - 318 meters vert.
WVTQ - 414 meters
Class WGWR - A
WRPJ - A
WLJP - A
WFGB - B
WSSK - A
WLJH - A
WPGL - A
WHVP - A
WGKR - A
Callsign meaning Radio Port Jervis
Saratoga Springs K
W Hudson Valley P
Former callsigns WLJH:
WARD (3/21-8/15/1997)
WPGL:
WLGZ (2/26-12/20/1993)
WHVP:
WQFA (11/15/1991-6/1/1992)
Owner Sound of Life, Inc.
Website www.soundoflife.org

The Sound of Life Radio Network is a regional Inspirational radio network headquartered in Lake Katrine, New York and serves eastern New York State, northern New Jersey, northeast Pennsylvania, and western New England. Programming on the network is primarily music based (Today's Positive Sound). Programs are practical, family oriented and directed at applying faith to everyday life. Programs include "Money Life", "Family Life Today" and "Adventures in Odyessy".

Sound of Life was incorporated in the early 1980s by a group of people in the Kingston, New York area who wanted to begin a faith-based radio station for the Hudson Valley which would encourage and reach out to and be supported by listeners. After nearly buying WHVW in 1982, the network obtained the construction permit for 89.7 MHz Kingston, which signed on as WFGB on January 9, 1985.

Stations

As of 2008, Sound of Life programming is heard on the following frequencies; service areas are in italics, translators are grouped with their originating station.

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