WUNN AM 1110 Mason/Lansing
Slogan/Positioner: Family Life Radio
Format: Religious; Christian talk and music
Web site: www.myflr.org
E-mail: visit web site
Daytime Power / # of Towers: 1,000 watts / 2, directional
Daytime operations only
FCC technical information:
More about station:
- Radio Locator daytime coverage area
- FCCInfo.com listing
- Recnet Broadcast Query
- WUNN/WUFN from Wikipedia
- WUNN from RadioTime.com
- Family Life Radio on Facebook
Call Sign History:
Call Sign Origin: 'One'; One-One-One-Oh
On Air Date: about 1969
- W260BX 99.9 Lansing: 190 watts / 354 feet / D, directional
Tech info: engineering data, station details, FCCInfo.com, Recnet
Coverage areas: FCC, Radio Locator
Owner: Family Life Communications
Telephone: (517) 676-2488
- 2009: W260BX signs on, first rebroadcasting WHZZ FM 101.7 on a temporary basis until switching to be a translator of WUNN; license granted in November, 2009.
- 5/2009: Construction permit for W260BX modified to increase power from 14 to 190 watts.
- 8/2008: Construction permit granted for translator on 99.9 Lansing as W260BX.
- 2006: Simulcast of WUFN resumes.
- 200x: WUNN separates programming from WUFN; new format is southern Gospel.
- 1971: Sister station WUFN FM 96.7 Albion begins operations; WUNN and WUFN simulcast during daylight hours (WUNN signs off at sunset each day).
- late 1960s: Booth takes over programming of WIBM-FM; Family Life Radio founds WUNN AM 1110 by 1969 and the station becomes Family Life Radio's first owned/operated station.
- 1966: Family Life Radio starts as a 30-minute program on WIBM-FM 94.1 Jackson. Founders Warren and Char Bolthouse eventually took the format full-time on the Booth-owned WIBM-FM.
Center of antenna array/transmitter location: