FM Technical Profile: WAGF

Station Name:
Touch 101.3
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.
Power (ERP):
1.15 kW
Antenna HAAT:
535 feet
Other Information:
60 dBu protected contour map, from the FCC.
More Information:
[Studio] Street View imagery of the Wilson Broadcasting studios at the Holiday Inn on Highway 210 in Dothan.
Wilson Broadcasting
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).