WKDN ran a class act.
Very, very true. Apart from the end of the world debacle, Family Radio always played it straight. I grew up in the WFME, Newark NJ, coverage area. So, I was quite familiar with the programming before I moved to Philly and began listening on occasion to WKDN.
Their theology was largely standard conservative Reformed faire, and their music always remained very straight laced, even when much of Christian radio in the northeast was moving in a contemporary direction. I, for one, enjoyed the music. It was a nice change of pace from what we played at WZZD in the 80s.
Finding traditional Christian music in almost any media is becoming extremely difficult; so it is sad to lose this outlet.