For the village in Pakistan, see Wagh
|City of license
||Grown Folk's Radio
|First air date
||Urban Adult Contemporary
||32°25′35″N 85°08′20″W / 32.42639°N 85.13889°W
||Clear Channel Communications
(CC Licenses, LLC)
||WBFA, WDAK, WGSY, WHAL (AM), WSHE, WSTH-FM, WVRK
WAGH (101.3 FM, "Magic 101.3") is a radio station broadcasting an Urban Adult Contemporary music format. WAGH is licensed to serve the community of Smiths, Alabama, USA. The station is currently owned by Clear Channel Communications (with the license held by CC Licenses, LLC) and features programming from Westwood One.
In September 2004, this station, then known as WBFA, flipped from a contemporary hit radio format branded as "B101" to an urban contemporary/hip-hop music format branded as "The Beat". In September 2007, this format, branding, and the WBFA call letters were swapped with sister station WAGH. The station was assigned the WAGH call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on September 4, 2007.