KOLG

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KOLG
KOLG-FM logo.png
City Hagåtña
Broadcast area Guam
Slogan "Catholic Educational Radio for Guam and the Mariana Islands"
Frequency 90.9 MHz
First air date September 20, 1991
Format Catholic
ERP 5,700 watts
HAAT 154 meters (505 feet)
Class C
Transmitter coordinates 13°29′21″N 144°49′33″E / 13.48917°N 144.82583°E / 13.48917; 144.82583
Callsign meaning Our Light in Guam
Former callsigns K225AN (now K227CT)
Owner Anthony Sablan Apuron, OFM CAP. D.D. Archbishop of Agaña
Website http://www.kolg.org/

KOLG (90.9 FM) is Guam's traditional religious and inspirational programmed radio station. They are owned and operated by Anthony Sablan Apuron, OFM CAP. D.D. Archbishop of Agaña, and is licensed to Hagåtña. The station signed on the air on September 20, 1991.

The station was assigned the KOLG call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on September 20, 1991.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 

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