FM Technical Profile: WLGF

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Station Name:
Transmitter Location:
[map] [bird's eye] [street view] Orange Grove, co-located with WGCM-FM and WUJM-FM. The antenna is side-mounted on one of the 8 towers of WROA AM.
[map] [bird's eye] [street view] At Seaway Road and Southpark Drive in Gulfport.  Co-located with WJZD.
Power (ERP):
2.8 kW
2.7 kW
Antenna HAAT:
400 feet
302 feet (CP)
Other Information:
60 dBu protected contour map, from the FCC.
60 dBu protected contour map, from the (CP)
: (inactive)

More Information:
Port Broadcasting
107.1 originated as WROA FM, companion of 1390 AM, with beautiful music. The owner sold the station  when he upgraded another local station at 107.9 from Poplarville. In the 80's it became WXLS, lite rock. After ownership consolidation with several other local signals, the lite rock format was moved and 107.1 became WXYK, a CHR station known as "Power 108".  Later that was changed to "Kicker 108" and now it's known as "The Monkey".

The station was sold, along with the rest of the Alpha Media cluster in Biloxi, to Telesouth Communications for $2.5 million in December 2018.  Owning all of Alpha's properties in the market would have put Telesouth over the ownership caps, so they were forced to divest this station to Port Broadcasting for $300,000.  Port Broadcasting is owned by Donald Stewart Davenport, nephew of Telesouth Communications principal Stephen C. Davenport.

At the end of February 2019, The Monkey CHR format moved to the bigger signal on 105.9 MHz that was formerly the home of Variety Hits "Bob FM".  As of 28 February 2019, this station is running a loop telling listeners to tune in to the new frequency; it is not known what the new format will be.