FM Technical Profile: WAGF


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Station Name:
Touch 101.3
Frequency:
101.3
Format:
Urban Adult Contemporary
Transmitter Location:
[map] [street view 1 | 2] East of Dothan on the north side of US-84, northeast of the intersection with Cowarts Road.
[map] On Johnnie Ingram Road, south of the Webb community, east of Dothan.
Power (ERP):
1.15 kW
1.7 kW (CP)
Antenna:
Omni
Antenna HAAT:
535 feet
486 feet
(CP)
Other Information:
60 dBu protected contour map, from the FCC.
60 dBu protected contour map, from the FCC. (CP)
More Information:
[FCC]
[FCCdata]
[Radio-Locator]
[Wikipedia]
[Studio] Street View imagery of the Wilson Broadcasting studios at the Holiday Inn on Highway 210 in Dothan.
Owner:
Wilson Broadcasting
History:
This station dates back to 1991 as a new Class A allocation for Dothan; it signed on in 1992 as WJJN with an urban contemporary music format by James Wilson III (d/b/a Wilson Broadcasting).  In 1996, the station took on the WAGF (Alabama-Georgia-Mississippi) calls from sister station AM 1320, which they acquired in 1992.  The format at this time flipped to a easy/soft adult contemporary or urban adult music format.  That lasted until the 2010's when the station picked up "The Touch" R&B satellite-fed music network (formerly by Citadel, now a Westwood One property). 

In the fall of 2019, the station applied to move to a tower site east of Dothan near the town of Webb.  There were several informal objections from stations whose signals might be impacted by the move, but the FCC granted the change in December 2019.