WGFG

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WGFG
City of license Branchville, South Carolina
Broadcast area Orangeburg, South Carolina
Branding Cat Country 105.3
Slogan Orangeburg's New Station For Today's Country & You're All Time Favorites!!!
Frequency 105.3 MHz
Format Country
ERP 12,500 watts
HAAT 141.1 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 6485
Transmitter coordinates 33°26′35.00″N 80°48′16.00″W / 33.4430556°N 80.8044444°W / 33.4430556; -80.8044444
Owner Miller Communications, Inc.
Webcast Listen Live
Website catcountry1053.com

WGFG (105.3 FM), known on-air as "Cat Country 105.3", is a country music radio station licensed to Branchville, South Carolina, USA.[1] The station is currently owned by Miller Communications, Inc.

Bad Dog is also the home of Bamberg-Ehrhardt High School football and Clemson Tigers football. Some of the artists that can be found on The Bad Dog are Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Styx, and lesser-known classic rock artists like the Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Little Feat and Average White Band. It was Orangeburg's home for John Boy and Billy every weekday morning until the move over to 105.1. Now, Multiple Award winning radio personality and producer Russ T. Fender co-hosts the morning show with Hailey.

History[edit]

Prior to the move of Bad Dog to 105.1, the station carried an Adult Contemporary format as Star 105.1.

The "Bad Dog" format moved to 105.1 MHz and began simulcasting with its former exclusive home at 95.7 on January 14, 2009, as the 95.7 frequency WWBD was sold to Apex Broadcasting. The WWBD letters moved to the former WICI in Sumter, which was also called "Bad Dog".

In 2009, WGFG moved to 105.3 FM.[2]

On July 1, 2011 WGFG changed their format to country, branded as "Cat Country 105.3".

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