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|City of license||Port Royal, South Carolina|
|Broadcast area||Savannah, Georgia
Hilton Head, South Carolina
|Slogan||"90's, 2K, & Today!"|
|First air date||June 1988citation needed][|
|HAAT||221 meters (725 ft)|
|Transmitter coordinates||Coordinates: (NAD83)|
|Former callsigns||WXYY (2011-2014)
WTOI (May–December 1987)
(L&L Licensee, LLC)
|Sister stations||WFXH-FM, WGCO, WGZO, WUBB|
The station signed on at 107.1. In June 1988, WLOW began playing nostalgia/big band on 106.9 FM, one of the few FM stations to play this style of music. For much of 1994 the station became the home of local talk station WHHR-FM "The News and Conversation Station". The station was costly to operate and a strong opposition was formed against the loss of the nostalgia format, which had found a home on 99.7 FM. WLOW returned to standards in December, 1994. In 1995, Adventure Radio purchased the station and upgraded it to a class C1 station. WLOW traded frequencies with WIJY at 107.9. Over the years the music evolved into adult standards with some smooth jazz at night. The standards format continued through late 2005 as "WLOW 107.9 - Good Times, Great Memories" until October 2005. After playing Christmas music during the 2005 holiday season, WLOW rebranded itself and launched a new format, a more up-tempo Soft AC on the frequency as "Familiar Favorites - 107.9 The Coast". Although the new format was similar to the previous WLOW, it featured more recent material, from artists such as Frank Sinatra, The Bee Gees, The Beach Boys, Marvin Gaye, Gloria Estefan, and Fleetwood Mac. Smooth jazz was played at night.
The radio station is programmed by Brad Wells  and in its less than two-year history has raised thousands of dollars for Susan G. Komen For The Cure Coastal Georgia  and also collected over 4,000 for the area United States Marine Corp Toys For Tots Drive.
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- Station website
- Query the FCC's FM station database for WRWN
- Radio-Locator information on WRWN
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WRWN