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WHRZ-LP (104.1 FM, "The Z") is a non-commercial low-power radio station in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Owned by the First Baptist Church of Spartanburg, it broadcasts a youth-oriented Christian CHR format. The station is licensed by the FCC to broadcast with an ERP of 47 watts (.047 kW). Its transmitter is located on the former WSPA-TV tower in downtown Spartanburg. The station has a range of approximately 10 miles, although it reaches a wider audience via FM translators, and syndication of its programming on HD Radio subchannels of WLFJ-FM and WLFS.

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  • WHRZ-LP (104.1 FM, "The Z") is a non-commercial low-power radio station in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Owned by the First Baptist Church of Spartanburg, it broadcasts a youth-oriented Christian CHR format. The station is licensed by the FCC to broadcast with an ERP of 47 watts (.047 kW). Its transmitter is located on the former WSPA-TV tower in downtown Spartanburg. The station has a range of approximately 10 miles, although it reaches a wider audience via FM translators, and syndication of its programming on HD Radio subchannels of WLFJ-FM and WLFS.
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  • WHRZ-LP (104.1 FM, "The Z") is a non-commercial low-power radio station in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Owned by the First Baptist Church of Spartanburg, it broadcasts a youth-oriented Christian CHR format. The station is licensed by the FCC to broadcast with an ERP of 47 watts (.047 kW). Its transmitter is located on the former WSPA-TV tower in downtown Spartanburg. The station has a range of approximately 10 miles, although it reaches a wider audience via FM translators, and syndication of its programming on HD Radio subchannels of WLFJ-FM and WLFS.
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  • Hangar Radio Z (former branding)
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