The Federal Communications Commission granted an updated license on April 19 for Moody Radio’s 91.3 FM translator. With the tower site change, it is expected that more people should be able to listen to the improved signal. “The new tower site is located about 1.9-miles closer to downtown Dyersburg than the previous site,” said Phil Shappard, network operations manager for Moody Radio. “As a result, our engineering studies show that an additional 10,000 to 11,000 potential listeners are located within our new primary coverage area.”
Moody Radio in Dyersburg, TN, broadcasts at 27-watts ERP on 91.3 FM and provides a variety of programs including Christian music, talk and teaching via satellite from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago.