Coverage & Reception
There are nearly 70 radio outlets that make up Family Life's radio network in New York and Pennsylvania. Our stations start in Erie, PA and span eastward to Scranton, PA. Going north, the network stretches up to Lake Ontario, reaching into parts of Upstate, NY like Rochester, Buffalo and Syracuse. Extending down into Pennsylvania, we reach as far south as Altoona. The Program Guide outlines what you will hear on Family Life and when.
Having trouble tuning in to Family Life? Here are some helpful tips to improve your FM radio reception, plus others ways to listen without a traditional radio.
Tip 1: A Yagi (yah-gee) is an excellent FM receiving antenna designed for long-range reception and can be affordably bought at any electronics store. Install on a roof and aim the antenna directly toward the nearest Family Life tower.
Tip 2: An indoor antenna may help. Dipole or “rabbit ear” antennas are very affordable, come in amplified versions, and can be purchased at an electronic store.
Tip 3: There are many ways to listen to Family Life with high-speed Internet. Use your computer, smart phone, tablet, or Internet radio device anywhere in the world. Learn more at fln.org/iradio.