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Dyersburg, Tennessee

Moody Radio is on the air on 91.3 FM in Dyersburg!  
We are now transmitting from a new tower site that is closer to the city of Dyersburg, Tennessee and within listening range of more people than was possible at our previous site vacated in early January. This move has more than doubled the potential population within our primary coverage area! 
If you are a regular listener to Moody Radio from Dyersburg, or new to our ministry, we'd love to hear from you! It would be most helpful and appreciated if you could e-mail us at  with your own personal assessment of our signal in Dyersburg. Let us know where the signal is strong and where you wish it could become stronger.
Please also feel free to e-mail us at to learn how you can help keep Moody Radio on the air in Dyersburg, Tennessee! You may also call Dave Woodworth, our Network Affiliate Support Coordinator at (312) 329-4435 for more information.  

Tower Site Relocation Project

Our Dyersburg Tower Site Relocation Project is projected to need about $5,000 to meet our project fund-raising goal.

Your tax-deductible designated gifts can be sent to:

Moody Radio  - Dyersburg Satellator Project 
820 N. LaSalle Blvd. 
Chicago, IL 60610

Please add "Dyersburg Satellator Tower Project" to the memo line of your check.


Moody Radio signed on the Dyersburg Satellator May 17, 1992. It broadcasts on 91.3 FM to the town of Dyersburg which is located about 77 miles northeast of Memphis on the Forked Deer River in northwestern Tennessee. First Presbyterian Church, one of 95 churches in Dyer County, was the primary sponsor of Moody Radio's Dyersburg Satellator. Dyersburg was founded in 1825 and incorporated in 1850. Dyer County, formerly the land of the Chickasaw tribe, borders northeast Arkansas and the boot-heel of Missouri to the west of the Mississippi River and has a population of nearly 37,000. It supports a blend of local agriculture and industry; local farms produce great quantities of soybeans, wheat, corn, milo, and cotton. Nearby Reelfoot Lake contains acres of cypress groves which are home each winter to hundreds of bald eagles. In addition to agriculture, Dyer also offers specialized health care through Methodist Hospital and provides a college education to several thousand students at Dyersburg State Community College.

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