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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Radio station from Amherst church expanding in Goffstown

AMHERST – A non-profit radio station with production facility in Amherst Christian Church is expanding its Goffstown studies.

WLMW 90.7 FM, New Hampshire Family Radio, is upgrading what it calls its “scenic Pinardville” studios by quadrupling workspace and adding new broadcasting and networking equipment. The expansion will create a new broadcast studio, control room, conference room, and sales and management offices. ...

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AMHERST – A non-profit radio station with production facility in Amherst Christian Church is expanding its Goffstown studies.

WLMW 90.7 FM, New Hampshire Family Radio, is upgrading what it calls its “scenic Pinardville” studios by quadrupling workspace and adding new broadcasting and networking equipment. The expansion will create a new broadcast studio, control room, conference room, and sales and management offices.

The station said it would help its local programing, including a morning show Girard at Large, weekdays from 6 to 9 a.m. The program focuses on Manchester-area issues.

The studio within the Amherst Christian Church will continue to serve as a production facility and become WLMW’s secondary broadcast location, it said.

Much of the station’s content is from American Family Radio, a Christian network.