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City Warner Robins, Georgia
Broadcast area Macon area
Branding The Fox Classic Hits Network
Slogan The Fox Classic Hits Network
Frequency 1350 kHz
Translator(s) 95.5 W238CG (Warner Robins)
First air date 1954 (as WRPB)
Format Classic Hits
Power 15,000 watts day
500 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 67210
Transmitter coordinates 32°37′0.00″N 83°39′0.00″W / 32.6166667°N 83.6500000°W / 32.6166667; -83.6500000
Former callsigns WRPB (1954-?)
WAVC (?-1982)
WCOP (1982-2001)
WNNG (2001-2010)
WRWR (2010-2015)
WYPZ (2015)
Owner John Timms
(Central Georgia Radio LLC)
Sister stations WRWR 107.5
Webcast Listen Live
Website The Fox Website

WBML AM 1350 is a radio station broadcasting a classic hits The station is owned by John Timms, and simulcasts 94.7 and 98.3 programming.


The station signed on October 13, 1954 as WRPB, signifying Warner Robins, Perry and Byron. Other call letters included WAVC, WCOP and WNNG.

Prior to the current format, WRWR simulcasted WRWR-FM's news/talk format and had been WNNG, "Wing 1350", a satellite-fed adult standards station broadcasting ABC Radio's Timeless format (the station had used ABC's now-defunct "Unforgettable Favorites"/"Memories" network which was merged with "Timeless Classics" to create the current "Timeless Favorites", and before that, Westwood One's America's Best Music).

On February 19, 2015, WRWR changed its format from urban AC to black gospel, branded as "Praise 95.5" under new WYPZ calls.[1] The station changed its call sign on October 5, 2015 to the current WBML.

In Mid-2017, WBML 1350 AM started simulcasting programming from 94.7 and 98.3 The Fox Classic Hits Network.


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