WGFJ

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WGFJ
City of license Cross Hill, South Carolina
Broadcast area Lakelands
Branding His Radio
Slogan Family Friendly
Frequency 94.1 MHz
First air date July 17, 1998
Format Contemporary Christian music
ERP 3,600 watts
HAAT 127 meters
Class A
Facility ID 84438
Transmitter coordinates 34°12′16.00″N 81°54′37.00″W / 34.2044444°N 81.9102778°W / 34.2044444; -81.9102778
Former callsigns WBDQ (1998-2001)
WCRS-FM (2001-2003)
WHZQ (2003-2007)
WYOR (2007-2009)
Owner Radio Training Group
Webcast listen live
Website Official His Radio Website
His Radio - Greenville Website
See also: WLFJ-FM

WGFJ is a radio station located in Cross Hill, South Carolina. The station is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to broadcast on 94.1 FM with an ERP of 3,600 watts, serving the Greenwood, South Carolina area. It simulcasts WLFJ-FM and its Christian Contemporary music format.

History[edit]

The station went on the air as WBDQ on July 17, 1998. On May 4, 2001, the station changed its call sign to WCRS-FM. On August 8, 2004 the station flipped to a CHR format under the WHZQ calls, using the name Q94. Shortly after, the format was flipped to Country as 94.1 The Bull. It simulcasted WCRS for a brief while as well as a Regional Mexican format in 2006 and 2007[citation needed] after Peregon bought both stations from Pro-Com Communications LLC.[1]

On August 9, 2007, the WYOR calls and the "Your 94" format was adopted with an Adult Contemporary format.[2] After being on and off in early 2009, the station became silent along with its sister stations in May 2009, although it remained licensed by the FCC. In July 2009, the station filed to remain silent.

His Radio[edit]

In March 2010, His Radio WLFJ, based out of Greenville, SC had a successful fund raiser to purchase the station to enhance their signal in the area. The simulcast began in April 2010.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Deals," Broadcasting & Cable, October 23, 2006.
  2. ^ "WYOR Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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