WATY

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WATY
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City of license Folkston, Georgia
Broadcast area extreme SE Georgia
Branding GPB Radio
Frequency 91.3 MHz
First air date 2000
Format Public radio
ERP 600 watts
HAAT 98 metres (322 feet)
Class A
Facility ID 83543
Transmitter coordinates 30°52′29.00″N 82°1′10.00″W / 30.8747222°N 82.0194444°W / 30.8747222; -82.0194444
Former callsigns none
Affiliations GPB Radio (NPR, PRI)
Owner Georgia Public Broadcasting
(The Foundation For Public Broadcasting In Georgia)
Sister stations WXVS
Website http://www.gpb.org

WATY FM 91.3 is a radio station broadcasting a public radio radio format, and having a city of license of Folkston, Georgia, USA. The station was owned by Okefenokee Educational Foundation, Inc.,[1] but was sold to The Foundation For Public Broadcasting In Georgia,[2] an arm of Georgia Public Broadcasting which also purchased the former commercial stations that are now WGPB FM and WNGH-FM in northwest Georgia.

The station currently runs 600 watts and has a construction permit to increase that to 23,000 watts effective radiated power.

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