AM Technical Profile: WZMG

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Transmitter Location:
Power (ERP):
Day: 650 watts
Night: 56 watts
Day: 1 tower, omnidirectional
Night: [pattern - PDF]
Other Information:
0.5 mV/m Daytime Groundwave Service Contour from the FCC's Public Files
[Studio] Street View imagery of the iHeartMedia studios on Saugahatchee Lake Road in Opelika.
Owned by iHeart Radio
Previously licensed to Fayette.  The calls were originally WTXN.  It became WDAK in 1991, WTLM in 1994 and in 1997 the WTLM calls moved to Auburn's 1520 and this took on 1520's WZMG.  In the 80s it had an oldies format with an extensive selection of 50s-70s music.  More recently it was owned by Qantum Communications, who sold their stations to Clear Channel in May 2014.  Under Clear Channel the format was adult urban contemporary/R&B, using the Westwood One R&B-formatted network called "The Touch", branding as "InTouch 910".  In mid-December of 2015 the format was flipped to iHeart's in-house gospel music format, re-branding as "Hallelujah 910 AM".