SPRINGFIELD RADIO STATION RECEIVES NATIONAL AWARD
KWFC 89.1 FM named Southern Gospel Radio Station of the Year
Louisville, KY (Tuesday, September 10, 2013) — KWFC 89.1 FM of Springfield, MO today was announced as winner of the National Quartet Convention Music Awards 2013 “Radio Station of the Year.”
“KWFC is a most deserving recipient of our Radio Station of the Year Award. They are a powerful and positive face for Southern Gospel Music, and represent a spirit of excellence in their field.” said Clarke Beasley, Executive Vice President of the National Quartet Convention.
The award recognizes the station as a leader in both quality of broadcasting and positive influence in promoting the Southern Gospel Industry.
General Manager, Dave Taylor, says, “We were excited to be nominated for such a prestigious award. To win it is an incredible honor.” KWFC’s format is a blend of classic gospel and current chart topping songs from artists such as The Blackwoods, Oak Ridge Boys, Booth Brothers, and Jason Crabb. The station also airs popular syndicated programs “Gaither Homecoming Radio, Focus on the Family, and Turning Point with Dr. David Jeremiah”.
“We have the best message to offer in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and a beloved style of music with which to share that message.” Taylor says, “We have a dedicated staff that I am proud to see receive this recognition from others in our industry.”
KWFC has served the Ozarks community since April 1969 and is owned by Baptist Bible College in Springfield, Missouri.