FM Technical Profile: WTUG
- Station Name:
- Urban Adult
eye] Between Moundville and Tuscaloosa off Alabama
69. Near the Center Cemetery, off Jones Camp Road, just south of
CR-1 (Rosser Road). Co-located with WJMY-CD and WFFN.
- Power (ERP):
- 100 kW.
- Antenna HAAT:
- 981 feet.
- 60 dBu protected
map, from the FCC.
WTUG.com Tuscaloosa's #1 for R&B Hits and Classics
Time-present Text-92.9 WTUG.com
Tuscaloosa's #1 for R&B Hits and Classics PTY-R
- HD-2: Sports
Talk "Tide 102.9"
// W265CG Tuscaloosa
// WNPT Marion
HD-3: Classic Hits "Nick 97.5"
// W248BO Tuscaloosa
dishes] dishes at the base of the tower site
a view of the tower holding WTUG, WFFN and W46BU in rural Tuscaloosa
the tower base with information on the TBN-owned LPTV station W46BU
- How's the
- Signal is good
over most all of Jefferson and Shelby counties. Weakest east of
downtown Birmingham, signal fades quickly going east on I-20 or
north on I-59.
Street View imagery of the Townsquare Media stations in Tuscaloosa,
off Skyland Boulevard.
- Before being
owned by Citadel (in a deal with six other Tuscasloosa stations), it
was owned by Apex Broadcasting. Before that, Radio South
Inc. As far as anyone can remember this station has been WTUG
and had a black adult targeted format. Before the Citadel
aquisition, the station went by the slogan "Power 93, T-U-G".
- Citadel was
later taken over by Cumulus. In the spring of 2012 the entire
Cumulus cluster in Tuscaloosa was acquired by Townsquare
Media. They are adding (or have added) HD in the summer of
2016, with a subchannel rebroadcasting WNPT-FM in Marion. It's
being used to feed a translator in town to help coverage with the
rimshot signal of "Tide 102.9". In mid-December 2017,
Townsquare launched a classic hits format on the HD-3, pairing it with
a translator and marketing it as "Nick 97.5", after the coach (Nick
Saban) of Alabama Crimson Tide football.