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Radio stations in St. John's

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FM,MHz Station Transmitter
  88.50 Power FM Mount Obama
  89.10 BBC World Service Mount Obama
  89.70 Catholic Radio Michael's Mount
  89.90 Vibz FM Montserrat, Silver Hill
  90.50 ABS Radio Mount Obama
  91.10 Observer Radio Mount Obama
  91.90 Hitz FM Mount Obama
  92.30 Caribbean Radio Lighthouse Mount Obama
  92.90 Vibz FM Mount Obama
  93.50 English Harbour Radio Mount Obama
  93.90 Caribbean Superstation Montserrat, Silver Hill
  94.10 Rogers Radio Mount Obama
  94.90 Healthy Choice FM Mount Obama
  95.50 ZJB Radio Montserrat Montserrat, Silver Hill
  95.70 Zoom Radio Mount Obama
  97.10 Liberty Radio ZDK Mount Obama
  98.50 Red Hot Radio Mount Obama
  99.10 Pointe FM Mount Obama
100.10 SunFM Power 100.1 Mount Obama
101.50 Second Advent Radio Mount Obama
102.30 Variety Radio Gray Hill
102.90 God First Radio Mount Obama
103.10 Abundant Life Radio Barbuda, Codrington
103.90 Abundant Life Radio Mount Obama
104.30 Nice FM Mount Obama
106.10 Eternal Life Radio Montserrat, Cavalla Hill
107.30 Crusader Radio Mount Obama
AM,kHz Station Transmitter
    640 Guadeloupe 1ère Guadeloupe, Pointe-à-Pitre, Arnouville
    800 PJB Radio Trans Mundial Bonaire
    820 Son Power Radio St. Kitts and Nevis, Conaree
    860 VON Voice of Nevis St. Kitts and Nevis, Nevis, Charlestown, Bath Village
  1160 Caribbean Radio Lighthouse Jolly Hill
  1610 The Caribbean Beacon Anguilla, The Valley
 





 

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Mount Obama


Coordinates: 17°02'40" N, 61°51'41" W
Mount Obama (previously known as Boggy Peak) is the highest point of the Shekerley Mountains and of the island of Antigua. It lies in the southwest of the island and rises to a height of 402 metres (1,319 ft) and is named after Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States. The summit of Mount Obama has many different radio telecom related structures crowning it. The large red and white microwave radio relay tower has links to the island of Montserrat. The many other structures support local network cellular operators, FM radio and television services.