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1974 (as WYAH-TV) Edit

WYAH-TV now concludes its program schedule for today. WYAH-TV, America's first Christian television station, is founded upon Jesus Christ. It seeks to bring his word to all people, for Jesus said, "I am the light of the world. He that follows me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life." WYAH-TV is affiliated with the Christian Broadcasting Network, and operates under the authority of the Federal Communications Commission on channel 27. WYAH-TV operates with a visual frequency of 549.25 megahertz, at 2,331,000 watts effective radiated power, and aural frequency of 553.75 megahertz, with 289,000 watts effective radiated power. WYAH-TV has offices and studios at 1318 Spratley Street, Portsmouth, Virginia. The transmitter is located at Driver, Virginia. WYAH-TV receives its programs by use of studio transmitter link WBL-37, main and alternate, operating on an assigned frequency of 6875 to 6900 megahertz. WYAH-TV proclaims the good news of Jesus Christ to the one-and-one-half million people of Tidewater, and the surrounding areas of Virginia and North Carolina with the finest of television facilities. WYAH-TV is owned and operated by the Christian Broadcasting Network, a non-profit, non-stock religious corporation dedicated to the glory of God and the salvation of the lost. And now, may the grace or Our Lord, Jesus Christ, the love and communion of the Holy Spirit, be yours forever. Amen.

1985 (as WYAH) Edit

WYAH Portsmouth-Norfolk, Virginia now concludes its program schedule for today. WYAH operates under the authority of the Federal Communications Commission on channel 27. WYAH-TV operates on the visual frequency of 549.25 megahertz, at 1,444,000 watts effective radiated power, and on the aural frequency of 553.75 megahertz, with 289,000 watts effective radiated power. WYAH is owned and operated by the CBN Continental Broadcasting Network, with studios and offices located at 1318 Spratley Street, Portsmouth, Virginia. WYAH uses studio transmitter link WBL-37, main and alternate, operating on an assigned frequency of 6,875 megahertz. We welcome your comments and suggestions. WYAH will return to the air later this morning to provide you with wholesome family entertainment. And now, we wish you a very pleasant good night.