WPEZ

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WPEZ
City of license Jeffersonville, Georgia, U.S.
Broadcast area Macon and vicinity
Branding Z 93.7
Slogan Today's Lite Rock
Frequency 93.7 MHz
First air date 1993 (as WMGB)
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 207 meters (680 feet)
Class C1
Facility ID 52551
Transmitter coordinates 32°45′12″N 83°33′46″W / 32.75333°N 83.56278°W / 32.75333; -83.56278Coordinates: 32°45′12″N 83°33′46″W / 32.75333°N 83.56278°W / 32.75333; -83.56278
Callsign meaning Z (branding)
PEZ is "Zep" backwards, reference to rock band Led Zeppelin (see KPEZ-FM)
Former callsigns WMGB (1993-2001)
WEGF (9/10/2001-9/19/2001)
Owner Cumulus Media
(Cumulus Licensing, LLC)
Sister stations WDDO, WDEN, WIFN, WLZN, WMAC, WMGB, WROK-FM
Webcast Listen Live
Website z937.com

WPEZ (93.7 FM, "Z 93.7") is an American radio station serving the Macon, Georgia, area with an adult contemporary format. This station is under ownership of Cumulus Media.

In the beginning, the station was known as "Z-108". In the early 2000s, the station swapped frequencies with "B-93.7", a Macon radio station specializing in Top 40 music.

Programming[edit]

As of 2012 the program director was Brian Roberts, who broadcast the Z93.7 More Music Morning Show. Gerry Marshall handles morning news and Z93.7 Timesaver Traffic. WMAZ's meteorologists Sonya Stevens and Ben Jones cover the weather. The John Tesh's Music & Intelligence for Your Life" show runs midday. During afternoons Macon's Chris Williams features the "70's Superhighway" during the drive home. In the evening Delilah broadcasts. Weekends feature local talent Dave McManus along with Tom Kent and Jim Brickman.

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