It would be a shame if "Carolina Christian Radio" would go bankrupt, they have worked hard for almost 18 years
to present a product, but giving must be down a lot, i'm sure soon decisions will be made to which stations are
underperforming, one was WMYT(1180), the others have to be WLSG(1340) and WWIL-AM(1490), as far as the
FM's go, WZDG(88.5) might be on the bubble, the others, WDVV(89.7) along with WWIL-FM(90.5)might wind up
the only two they will hang on to, the two AM's might as well go silent, and as for 88.5, they ought to sell it to
either "K-Love" or "Go Mix Christian Radio", which is constructing a new FM at 90.9 in Magnolia, located in Duplin
County, 88.5 could penetrate their service into Wilmington, in terms of 106.7, if Jim Stephens only paid $152,000
for this frequency, he should put in to good use and move "The Word" here.