White Christians like to have their own, Christian versions of as many things as possible, including radio stations. Secular radio stations typically offer music from a specific genre: country, alternative rock, pop, etc. Christian radio stations are no different. They play "Christian music", which is limited to a rotation of up to 5 songs by Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman, the Newsboys, Chris Tomlin and Third Day. Occasionally, an additional artist is allowed a song in the rotation, provided this song sounds just like something from the aforementioned artists or a secular band that was popular five years ago.
Songs with children's voice-overs are the only other exceptions concerning the rotation of songs on Christian radio stations. These songs will feature either a child dramatically reading a bible verse, or have a child sing something like, "Oh be careful little eyes what you seeeeeeee" in the middle of a pop christian song.
K-LOVE dominates the Christian radio universe thanks white Christians' dislike of commercials and their deceptive "Positive, Encouraging" campaign to lure in non-Christians scanning the dial. White Christians typically find themselves in one of two camps: those who listen to nothing but K-LOVE and those who have K-LOVE on their 6th preset - for use when presets 1-5 are on commercial or on the way to church on Sunday morning.