Radio Bahá’í serves Horry, Georgetown, Williamsburg, Florence and Marion counties, in South Carolina. These are the areas for which the station will provide community calendar announcements, public service announcements, and remote broadcasts. It is also the area in which we will seek partnerships with community service organizations, non-profit organizations, and government service agencies.
To the left is a map showing the signal strength for Radio Baha'i. The inner circle (blue) is the Local Coverage area. This is the area within which any radio should be able to pick up the station. The outer circle (purple) is the Distant Coverage Area, within which some radios will have a hard time getting the station, but radios with some kind of an antenna should be able to get the station clearly. Beyond the outer circle the station can still be received, but only with better quality radios with good antennas. Most car radios can pick up the station beyond the Distant Coverage Area, out to about 65 miles or so from the WLGI tower.