Media in Mobile, Alabama

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This is a list of media in the Mobile, Alabama metropolitan area.[1]


Frequency Band ID City Format
88.5 FM WBHY Mobile, AL Christian Contemporary
89.1 FM WPAS Pascagoula, MS Religious[2]
89.5 FM WPCS Pensacola, FL Religious
90.3 FM WMAH Biloxi, MS Public Radio
91.3 FM WHIL Mobile, AL Classical
92.1 FM WZEW Fairhope, AL Adult Alternative
92.9 FM WBLX Mobile, AL Urban contemporary
94.1 FM WMEZ Pensacola, FL Soft AC
94.9 FM WKSJ Mobile, AL Country
94.9-2 FM WKSJ-HD2 Mobile, AL Classic Country
96.1 FM WRKH Mobile, AL Classic rock
96.1-2 FM WRKH-HD2 Mobile, AL News/Talk (repeater of WNTM)
97.5 FM WABD Mobile, AL Top 40
98.3 FM WLVM Chickasaw, AL Contemporary Christian (K-Love)
98.7 FM WYCT Pensacola, FL Country
99.9 FM WMXC Mobile, AL Adult Contemporary
99.9-2 FM WMXC-HD2 Mobile, AL Smooth Jazz
100.7 FM WJTQ Pensacola, FL Classic Hits
101.5 FM WTKX Pensacola, FL Rock[3]
102.1 FM WQUA Citronelle, AL Southern Gospel
102.7 FM WXBM Milton, FL country
104.1 FM WDLT Saraland, AL Urban Adult Contemporary
104.9 FM WBUV Moss Point, MS Talk
105.5 FM WNSP Bay Minette, AL Sports
106.5 FM WAVH Daphne, AL News/Talk
107.3 FM WRGV Pensacola, Florida Urban Contemporary
540 AM WASG Daphne, AL Religious
660 AM WXQW Fairhope, AL Gospel radio
710 AM WNTM Mobile, AL Talk
840 AM WBHY Mobile, AL Religious
900 AM WGOK Mobile, AL Gospel
960 AM WLPR Prichard, AL Religious
1000 AM WJNZ Robertsdale, AL Sports Talk
1110 AM WTOF Bay Minette, AL Religious
1220 AM WERM Fairhope, AL Gospel
1270 AM WIJD Prichard, AL Talk/Religious
1360 AM WMOB Mobile, AL Religious
1410 AM WNGL Mobile, AL Catholic
1440 AM WRBE Lucedale, MS Country
1480 AM WABF Mobile, AL Adult Standards


Mobile is served locally by several television stations: WPMI 15 (NBC), WKRG 5 (CBS), WALA 10 (FOX), and WFNA 55 (CW).[4][5] The regional area is also served by WEAR 3 (ABC) and WJTC 44, an independent station (both based in Pensacola, Florida), and by WFGX.[5] Mobile is included in the Mobile-Pensacola-Fort Walton Beach designated market area, as defined by Nielsen Media Research, and is ranked 61st in the United States for the 2007-08 television season.[6]


Mobile's Press-Register is Alabama's oldest active newspaper, dating back to 1813.[7] The paper focuses on Mobile and Baldwin counties and the city of Mobile, but also serves southwestern Alabama and southeastern Mississippi.[7] Mobile's alternative newspaper is the Lagniappe.[8] The Mobile area's local magazine is Mobile Bay Monthly.[9] Mod Mobilian is a website with a focus on cultured-living in Mobile.[10] is a local news website. [11]

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  1. ^ "Radio Stations in the Mobile AL Metro area". Retrieved 2007-04-23.
  2. ^ "Biloxi/Gulfport/Pascagoula MS". Retrieved 2007-04-28.
  3. ^ "WTKX 101.5 FM". Radio Station World. Retrieved 2007-04-29.
  4. ^ "Television in Mobile". "". Archived from the original on 2007-12-18. Retrieved 2007-10-20.
  5. ^ a b Scotty E. Kirkland. "Mobile". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Alabama Humanities Foundation. Retrieved March 25, 2017.
  6. ^ "Local Television Market Universe Estimates". "". Retrieved 2007-11-17.
  7. ^ a b "Newhouse News Service - The Press-Register" (description), Newhouse News Service, 2007, webpage:NH-Register Archived 2008-05-17 at the Wayback Machine.
  8. ^ "About us". "Lagniappe, Something Extra For Mobile". Archived from the original on 2007-10-18. Retrieved 2007-10-20.
  9. ^ "Mobile Bay Monthly". "PMT Publishing". Archived from the original on 2011-07-15. Retrieved 2007-10-20.
  10. ^ "Mod Mobilian". "Promoting Mobile Bay Culture"".
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