WWRD-LP is a low-power commercial television station in Centerville, Montgomery County, Ohio, broadcasting locally on channel 32 and found on some local cable systems. Founded December 8, 1989, the station is owned by Life Broadcasting Network. It is currently an affiliate of the Retro Television Network and was formerly affiliated with the Gospel Music Channel cable and satellite television network. In addition to RTV, the station broadcasts some local high school sporting events and a few other local programs.

Summer 2008, WWRD-LP moved from channel 55 at 10 kW to channel 32 at 13 kW.

On April 14, 2012, the station's general manager, Randall Hulsmeyer, announced plans to move the station's operations to Springfield. Hulsmeyer stated that he hoped to add more locally produced programming to WWRD-LP, including a new, weekly Springfield-based show titled Our Town, Our Time, which began airing on April 22.[2] In December, the station moved into a new studio in the former Credit Life building in downtown Springfield.[3] There are no current plans to move the station's transmitter or to change its city of license.