The Full Wiki

More info on WTRM

WTRM: Wikis


Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! This article doesn't yet, but we're working on it! See more info or our list of citable articles.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Station wtrm.JPG
City of license Winchester, Virginia
Broadcast area Northern Shenandoah Valley
Branding "Southern Light Radio"
Slogan "Follow the Light"
Frequency 91.3 MHz
First air date March 29, 1985
Format Southern Gospel
Power 5,600 Watts
HAAT 427 Meters
Class B
Facility ID 67125
Transmitter coordinates 39°11′2.0″N 78°23′15.0″W / 39.18389°N 78.3875°W / 39.18389; -78.3875
Callsign meaning W Timber Ridge Ministries
Affiliations IRN/USA Radio News
Owner Timber Ridge Ministries, Inc.
Webcast WTRM Webstream
Website WTRM Online

WTRM is a Southern Gospel and Religious formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Winchester, Virginia, serving the Northern Shenandoah Valley. WTRM is owned and operated by Timber Ridge Ministries, Inc.



WTRM is located in the former Armel School building along US 522 south of Winchester.

The name "Timber Ridge" was chosen because WTRM's transmitter sits atop Great North Mountain on Timber Ridge Trail in western Frederick County, Virginia.

As a flagship for the "Southern Light Radio Network", WTRM can be heard well beyond the Winchester/Northern Shenandoah Valley area. Southern Light feeds their programs to translators in Millersburg, Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and Aquia Harbour, Virginia, with more planned for the future.

WTRM holds a number of firsts in Winchester area radio. They were the first non-commercial station in Winchester, the first station to uplink to satellite, the first to go all digital, and contrary to popular belief, WTRM was the first to have their own website and stream online and remain one of the few to continue to do so.

WTRM carries IRN/USA Radio News at the top of the hour.


Callsign MHz City of license Power
Additional Information
W211AA 90.1 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 6 D FCC
W215AA 90.9 Millersburg, Pennsylvania 6 D FCC


The call letters, WTRM, were originally assigned to a Coast Guard installation. The call letters "TRM", can also be found in some Buddy Holly books as the AM station in Beaumont, Texas that once employed J.P. Richardson, better known as The Big Bopper, but of course, those calls were KTRM (now on a Missouri FM station).

External links



Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address