WMGP

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WMGP
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City of license Hogansville, Georgia
Broadcast area Midwest Georgia
Branding Magic 98.1
Slogan "Midwest Georgia's Magic 98.1"
Frequency 98.1 MHz
First air date August 9, 1991
Format Classic Hits
ERP 25,000 watts
HAAT 100 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 39619
Transmitter coordinates 33°3′54.00″N 84°57′23.00″W / 33.0650000°N 84.9563889°W / 33.0650000; -84.9563889
Former callsigns WEIZ (1991-1995)
WZLG (1995-1999)
WMAX-FM (07/30/1999)
WISY (7/30/1999)
WMAX-FM (08/02/1999)
WMGP (02/28/2002 - Present)
Owner iHeartMedia, Inc.
(Citicasters)
Sister stations WCOH, WVCC, WWPW, WGST, WUBL, WRDG, WBZY, WRDA
Webcast Listen Live
Website magic981.com

WMGP (98.1 FM, "Magic 98.1") is a rock-leaning classic hits music-formatted radio station that plays hit music from the 1960s, 70s, and 80s. The station is licensed to Hogansville, Georgia and serves the southwest tip of Atlanta and Midwest Georgia area. Since February 2002, it has used the branding "Midwest Georgia's Magic 98.1" and currently uses the branding "Magic 98.1". The station is owned by iHeartMedia, Inc., along with sister stations in Newnan, Georgia and Atlanta, Georgia.

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The station went on the air as WEIZ on 1991-08-09. On 1995-01-20, the station changed its call sign to WZLG, on 1999-07-30 to WMAX-FM, then again on 1999-08-02 to WMAX-FM going by the branding "Mix 98.1", and on 2002-02-28 to the current WMGP with current branding "Magic 98.1",[1]

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