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Wgev

WGEV
City of license Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Geneva College
Frequency 88.3 MHz
Format Defunct
ERP 15 watts
HAAT 81 meters
Class D
Facility ID 23619
Transmitter coordinates
Owner Geneva College

WGEV is a college radio station that is owned by Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. The station used to broadcast on 88.3 FM, but its license was canceled in September 2007.[1] A class D station, WGEV applied for a power upgrade and move to class A status in 1989 but that move was rejected in July 1989 as it would have caused significant interference with the broadcast signal of WYSU in Youngstown, Ohio.[2]

Contents

  • Awards and honors 1
  • WGEV today 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Awards and honors

In 1995, WGEV was a finalist in the "creative production" category of the Marconi College Radio Awards.[3] The station was honored for the program "Gospel Galaxy", a science fiction tale about the crew of a Christian starship whose mission is to spread the Gospel through music.

WGEV today

WGEV now operates only as an internet radio station.

References

  1. ^ "WGEV Station Search Details". FCC Media Bureau. September 10, 1997. Retrieved 2008-11-02. 
  2. ^ Williams, Dennis (July 18, 1989). "Letter 8920-RAP in re: WGEV(FM), Beaver Falls, PA". FCC Audio Services Division. 
  3. ^ "Campus News - Geneva". Pittsburgh Post Gazette. March 9, 1995. p. W8. 

External links

  • WGEV official website



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