VOAR 1210 AM St. John’s, NL is a religious radio serving Canadians in Newfoundland and Labrador. AM Station owned by The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Newfoundland and Labrador first aired in 1929 was initially launched by Pastor Harold Williams as 8BSL using 10 watts. The channel was renamed 8RA in November 1930 and the power was increased to 25 watts. In 1931 the gospel station got its new call-signs: “VONA” – Voice of Newfoundland and Adventists. Oscar Hierlihy acquired the VONA in 1932. The call-signs were once again changed to VOAC in 1933 and the station was now airing at 1065 kHz. VOAR was finally the news call-letters taken by the station in 1938; the increased ERP was 100 watts and new frequency was 1230 kHz. In 19991 the effective radiated power of the station was increased from 100 to 10,000 watts and the news frequency was 1210 kHz with a change of transmitter site post the approval of CRTC.
VOAR 1210 AM St. John’s, NL Online
VOAR 1210 AM live from Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador. Wait as the player loads the stream.
The repeaters for the VOAR 1210 AM were approved by CRTC on February 2, 2002; the locations were Corner Brook, Marystown, Bay Roberts, Port au Basques, Lewisporte, Gander, Deer Lake, Botwood, Wabush, and Springdale – all the proposed satellite stations were FM. The license was renewed on October 8, 2008 until August 31, 2015. Audiences can listen to the VOAR Christian Family Radio online with prayer requests, music, and community events. You can follow the not-for-profit station on Facebook, Flickr and Twitter. Here is the website: VOAR 1210 AM Mount Pearl
Address: VOAR, 1041 Topsail Road
Tel: 709 745 8627