Radio Station Information
WYTN 91.7 FM
City of License:
Family Stations (Family Stations, Inc.)
WYTN is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.7 MHz. The station is licensed to Youngstown, OH and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Religious programming and goes by the name "Family Radio" on the air. WYTN is owned by Family Stations.
Station Coverage Map
Nearby Radio StationsMix 98.9, WYSU 88.5 FM, Hot 101, Y-103, WILB 89.5 FM, Sportsradui 1240, 93.3 The Wolf, WKTL 90.7 FM, WGFT 1330 AM, 1390 The Gambler
Listener Comments and Reviews
Christians from the Shenango Valley are bringing Christian author and speaker, Greg Viehman MD. to Hickory High School in Hermitage on October 29th at 3:00 pm and again at 7 PM. He is speaking about THE GOD DIAGNOSIS which is the title of his book. This is a FREE event but we are doing tickets so we know how many volunteers are needed to help with the event. To get tickets, anyone can stop by Hickory United Methodist Church next to Shenango Valley Mall between 9 - 2 Monday through Friday or they can be mailed by calling Shawna at 724-981-9450. Please share this information with your listeners.
By: Marcia Thompson on October 12, 2017
I listen to your station regularly. A few weeks ago, I heard a beautiful choral Alleluia while in the car. It was traditional with a contemporary flair and wondered if you can give me the exact title and composer. I do sing with a church choir and would love to bring this to their attention. Thank you so much. Kathy
By: Kathleen Hassay on August 12, 2018
Great station! I especially enjoy the "Traditional and Classic Hymns".
Keep up the great and enlightening work. I just can't tolerate the new "hip=hop" type music that is played on other stations, sometimes I wonder who they are performing for? Themselves?
Again, really like your station! Stay with the basics, the Gospel!
By: Tom Osborne on August 19, 2019
have listened to wcrf for 40 years.I still listen to their sermons but the contemporary music is a couple of thoughts and repitition. Found wytn and brings me back to hymns I heard as a teen years before I was saved. When I first heard crown him with many crowns" on wytn I just about cried. For years I have gone to north central Pa. to stargase and the area was so remote that family radio was just about the only station receivable.I never thought there could be one near my home in Streetsboro,oh. Thanks for being a strong partner in daily worship.Bless you.-Ray .
By: ray lazar on November 6, 2020
Your station goes silent for a minute or two several times a day.Why?
By: dennis on December 19, 2021
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