Radio Station Information
City of License:
Faith Baptist Church
KWYG is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 98.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Cheyenne, WY and is part of that radio market. The station airs religious programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
I was very sad to discover that I cannot listen to one of my favorite radio Colorado stations anymore because this station popped up in Cheyenne. I wonder if you could have done some research to minimize the impact of starting up a radio station to other listeners in the area prior to starting this venture. There are several frequencies available that do not have active radio stations using them in nearby areas. I'm very disappointed in this lack of consideration to listeners in the area. I won't be listening to your station, and now I have one less station to listen to as the number of stations of that genre are limited. Please be more considerate in the future of your ventures. You might have more people willing to give your station a chance if you don't step on others. Your message is a great message, but it's a matter of principle and being polite to your community and neighbors.
By: Erin on August 3, 2015
Just a note: a radio station does not choose its frequency, rather it is determined by the FCC. 98.5 LP-FM was offered by the FCC as an open market in Cheyenne. Indeed, it was the only frequency available. According to the FCC, the country music station out of Denver does not reach into Cheyenne. We would have much preferred an open channel, as well.
Thanks for giving Wyoming Gospel Radio a try.
By: KWYG-LP on August 17, 2015
I almost never listen to the radio anymore, choosing CD's or books on CD instead. While I support and do enjoy fellow Christian radio stations, quite frankly, the constant talk radio during the day can get a bit monotonous and I find myself unable to sing along with most of what is considered 'Christian music' today. You can imagine my surprise, when driving through Cheyenne today, I happened upon a Christian station that was not only playing music, but beautiful, soul-stirring gospel music! Can I get an AMEN!!??? THANK YOU! I loved glancing in my rear view mirror and seeing my 8 year old swaying to the rhythm and knowing I didn't need to worry about the lyrics. What an unexpected blessing! Many thanks again!
By: Joy on September 22, 2015
Found this channel on the radio recently and was delighted! I don't care for the modern Christian music, nor does my adult kids. this was a great channel and will continue listening. Thank you for a channel I can listen to that I don't have to change when inappropriate song/commercials come on.....thanks & god bless.
By: granny on February 29, 2016
Thanks for the good music! I really enjoy listening when I am in Cheyenne. And for Erin, please know that KWGY is correct. As an Broadcast Engineer, I know that the FCC gets to pick the frequencies. Many Low Power FM broadcasters have been on a waiting list for y e a r s to get the opportunity start local, community radio stations that aren't a clone of the corporate Top 40 stuff that you can find everywhere else. Hats off to them for the time, effort and significant financial investment in community based radio.
By: ColoTimbo on April 7, 2016
My wife and I are 75 years old and up here in Cheyenne to help with the Clothing Ministry at the Agape Baptist Church in downtown Cheyenne. We turned on our rental cars radio and put it on scan and found the most wonderful Gospel and old songs of the faith. Locked it in to memory and thank God for wonderful up lifting music. Thank you KWYG and all the staff for serving the Lord Jesus by radio.We live in the Phoenix,AZ area and there are at least three christian radio stations there on FM but all are like christian rock. Your format blesses us so keep up your good work for Christ. Blessings to you, Terry and Myrna Cross.
By: Terry Cross on May 12, 2016
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