Radio Station Information


WRKV 88.9 FM

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City of License:
Raleigh, NC

Christian Contemporary

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Educational Media Foundation

WRKV is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Raleigh, NC. The station broadcasts Christian Contemporary music programming and goes by the name "K-Love" on the air. WRKV is owned by Educational Media Foundation.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

I have a situation that I would like to be announced on the radio to try to receive some help. My daughter has (2) children, is a single parent and needs daycare so that she can become a productive part of society and work. She has a job with no babysitter and she needs a place to stay. Could you please announce this circumstance on the radio and see if we can receive some insight and comments to get her some help. She is 25 years old with 5 years of customer service and cashier skills. Thanking you in advance for your help!!!!
By: Deborah Hagins on July 15, 2014

Ladies' Conference, (Preparation of the Bride of Christ) Nov. 7-8, 2014 Friday, Nov. 7th-7:00 pm-Evangelist Leonor Powell Saturday, Nov. 8th-9:30 am-Evangelists Rose McCormick and Leslie Barbacci Lunch afterwards $6 per person 917 Durham Street Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526
By: Cornerstone Family Church on October 9, 2014

What is wrong with your station???? I have been listening to your station for a number of years. and loved it...... but away in Nantucket for a few months and when I returned your station has changed in a negative way…. No more interesting diversified music.... You play some of the same songs ALL day, EVERY day... and soooooo boring??? What has happened to you???? I will very shortly tune out!! if you don't get back to where you were with an interesting diversity!
By: Virginia Ivey on September 12, 2018

Good morning, I was just listening and heard the female host say something along the lines of "because the Bible teaches us not to judge others and also we shouldn't be too hard on ourselves. In actuality, the Bible (God's word) as a whole, teaches us we must judge others. Yes, if you take only one verse from the Bible to backup something you claim, you can do that for almost anything. We must study scripture to show ourselves approved. God bless
By: Chad on February 13, 2021

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