WDBN

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WDBN
City Wrightsville, Georgia
Broadcast area Dublin, Georgia
Branding 107.9 Jamz
Frequency 107.9 MHz
First air date August 19, 1985 (as WIML at 107.5)
Format Urban Contemporary
ERP 25,000 watts
HAAT 100 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 15025
Transmitter coordinates 32°37′5.00″N 82°46′5.00″W / 32.6180556°N 82.7680556°W / 32.6180556; -82.7680556
Former callsigns WIML (1985-1991)
Former frequencies 107.5 MHz (1985-2008)
Owner Dowdy Partners
Sister stations WQZY-FM, WQIL-FM, WMCG-FM, WMLT-AM
Website http://jamz1079.com/

WDBN (107.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a urban contemporary format. Licensed to Wrightsville, Georgia, USA, it serves the Dublin, Georgia area. The station is currently owned by Dowdy Partners.[1]

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The station went on the air as WIML at 107.5 MHz on August 19, 1985. On October 20, 1991 the station changed its call sign to the current WDBN.[2] On December 8, 2008 the station changed frequencies to 107.9 and increased its power to 25,000 watts.

On May 6, 2013 WDBN changed their format to urban, branded as "107.9 Jamz", while "The Buzz" classic rock format moved to WMLT AM 1330 and translator W245BT 96.9 FM in Dublin, Georgia.[3]

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