WGTS 91.9 Expands Ministry to the Eastern Shore
Story by Jerry Woods
WGTS 91.9 is celebrating the expansion of the ministry to the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Delaware.
The station just hosted a sign-on party from the Washington, D.C., area studios. Donors, staff, and listeners joined together in-person, on the air, and online to see the new station sign on for the first time. In March, generous donors shared enough funds to purchase station WRAU from American University in Washington, D.C. The station’s new call letters are WGBZ, Ocean City, Md., and it is on the dial at 88.3, FM. It will cover over 500,000 residents in the Eastern Shore region.
“This is a dream that has been 20 years in the making,” said WGTS general manager Kevin Krueger. “We can’t wait to see how God uses this signal to reach our listeners as they vacation on the Eastern Shore. We hope that hearts may be even more open to the Gospel when people are unwinding. This station is a brand-new opportunity to touch existing listeners as well as full-time residents of our beach communities.”