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WMHK-FM 89.7 is a non commercial Christian radio station in Columbia, South Carolina. It is owned and operated by Columbia International University. Its programming includes Contemporary Christian music and "family programming." It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Christianity. ... Nickname: The Capital of Southern Hospitality, The Metro Location in Richland County, South Carolina Country United States State South Carolina Counties Richland and Lexington Mayor Bob Coble (D) Area    - City 346. ... // semi-protect. ... Contemporary Christian Music (or CCM) is a genre of popular music which is lyrically focused on matters concerned with the Christian faith. ...


The station was founded in 1976 and enjoys much higher ratings than most other CCM stations. Its morning show is tied for first in the Columbia market. 1976 (MCMLXXVI) was a leap year starting on Thursday. ...


CIU operates a sister station in Charlotte, WRCM; it is programmed separately from WMHK. Charlotte (also known as candle stick) is a figure skating grace move - one of the spirals, where the skater is bended and glides on its one leg with the other one lifted to the air. ... WRCM-FM is New Life 91. ...


See also

WRCM-FM is New Life 91. ...

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Radio stations in the Columbia, South Carolina market (Arbitron #91)

FM:WRJA 88.1 | WYFV 88.5 | WMHK 89.7 | WUSC 90.5 | WLTR 91.3 | WWNU 92.1 | WARQ 93.5 | WIGL 93.9 | WWNQ 94.3 | WFMV 95.3 | WLTY 96.7 | WCOS 97.5 | WLXC 98.5 | WXBT 100.1 | WWDM 101.3 | WMFX 102.3 | WOMG 103.1 | WHXT 103.9 | WNOK 104.7 | WTCB 106.7 Nickname: The Capital of Southern Hospitality, The Metro Location in Richland County, South Carolina Country United States State South Carolina Counties Richland and Lexington Mayor Bob Coble (D) Area    - City 346. ... South Carolina Educational Television (SCETV) is the statewide public television and public radio network in South Carolina. ... WUSC-FM is a student-run radio station operating at the University of South Carolina. ... WFMV was the callsign for an FM broadcast radio station in Richmond, Virginia from 1961-1971. ... Please wikify (format) this article or section as suggested in the Guide to layout and the Manual of Style. ...


AM:WVOC 560 | WGCV 620 | WCEO 840 | WBAJ 890 | WQVA 1170 | WOIC 1230 | WISW 1320 | WCOS 1400 WVOC-AM (560 kHz) is an AM radio station in Columbia, South Carolina in the United States. ...

South Carolina Radio Markets

Charleston (FM) (AM) | Columbia | Florence | Greenville-Spartanburg (FM) (AM) | Hilton Head | Myrtle Beach | Rock Hill (FM) (AM)

See also: List of radio stations in South Carolina and List of United States radio markets

  Results from FactBites:
 
Expansion of 89.7 WMHK Studio Celebrated - Columbia International University (384 words)
In the Fall of 2000, WMHK launched a campaign to raise funds for a 9,000 square foot broadcast facility that would house the current operations and allow growth for the future.
However, in February, 2001, the decision was made to "pause" WMHK's building campaign and re-launch it as a component of the larger CIU initiative, once it got underway.
Later, the slowing economy, and tragedy of September 11, 2001 led to a decision to forgo a totally new facility for WMHK at the present time.
NRB Magazine (988 words)
WMHK just celebrated its 25th anniversary, and news has been a priority since day one, especially in the morning drive.
Soon after WMHK aired an interview with an advocate of abstinence-based sex education programs, the woman appears before a county school board in our listening area.
I’m not saying that WMHK has been a major source for news in the Columbia market, but we have taken away the listener’s urge to turn the dial to “Brand X” radio station for news.
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