2WG is an Australianradio station which transmits on 1152 kHz on the AM band. It is licensed to the city of Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. The station is the first radio station to have a radio receiver built in regional New South Wales and was originally owned by a husband and wife team, the late Eric and Nan Roberts, who were both formerly school teachers in Narrandera. It officially commenced broadcasts from the former Hardys' Building in Fitzmaurice Street overlooking the Wollundry Lagoon, broadcasting on the Oura Road Transmitter site with 2,000 watts on 29 June 1932 and operated between 6.00 am and 11.00 pm. In 1995 2WZD (FM93) began broadcasting. In 1998 DMG Radio Australia bought both 2WG and FM93 (now 93.1 StarFM). In late 2004 the stations were bought by Macquarie Regional RadioWorks who currently own and operate the stations. The station including its sister station (93.1 StarFM) was originally located in Fitzmaurice Street but was moved to its current site at Prime Television in the suburb of Kooringal on 6 June 2000. 2WG relocated to its new Forsyth Street studios on 6 October 2015.
Past Announcers/Presenters: Chris Couldrey, Sam Galea, Mal Wilcock, George 'Groover' Wayne, John Doherty, Kevin O'Neill, Barry Heydon.