FM Technical Profile: WCUG
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- Station Name:
- Jazz, News,
view] In the Sanford community of Stewart County, Georgia,
east of GA-27 on a cell phone tower.
- Power (ERP):
- 23 kW
- Antenna HAAT:
- 60 dBu protected
map, from the FCC.
Story from the Ledger-Enquirer
about the new station.
[Link] Link to the
University's website — the station does not have its own, yet.
[Link] Link to
the University's Facebook page — the station does not have its own,
- 88.5 The Truth,
- This station
signed on in June 2008 as WTMQ, owned by "Spanish Cultural
Education, Inc." Around mid-December 2009 the station license
was transferred to "Bethsaida House of Columbus". The calls
changed to WBOJ. On 1 July 2015, the station's contemporary
Christian format was moved to a translator/HD combo in
Columbus. That format is now heard on W299AX and
WLTC-HD3. In its place, the station began airing programming
from Columbus State University. Along with the programming
change came new calls, WCUG, representing the University's mascot,
station was taken off the air by Hurricane Michael, which hit the
area on 10 October 2018.