WGAA

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WGAA
WGAA logo.png
City Cedartown, Georgia
Broadcast area Polk County, Georgia
Slogan The Big Double A
Frequency 1340 kHz
Format Classic hits
Power 1,000 watts, day/night
Class C
Facility ID 7829
Transmitter coordinates 34°2′6.00″N 85°15′4.00″W / 34.0350000°N 85.2511111°W / 34.0350000; -85.2511111Coordinates: 34°2′6.00″N 85°15′4.00″W / 34.0350000°N 85.2511111°W / 34.0350000; -85.2511111
Affiliations Georgia News Network,
Fox News
Owner Frank Burgess, Jr.
(Burgess Broadcasting Company, Inc.)
Website wgaaradio.com

WGAA AM 1340 is a radio station broadcasting a classic hits format, and has Cedartown, Georgia, USA as its city of license. The station is currently owned by Burgess Broadcasting Corporation.[1] The station broadcasts a variety of classic hits from the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s, plus WGAA is the home for Cedartown High School football, basketball, softball, and baseball.

History[edit]

By the 1960s, the station had a simulcast on WGAA-FM, which is now WWPW FM 96.1 in nearby metro Atlanta.

The station was deleted (listed as DWGAA) on 2005-03-17. On 2007-01-12, the station regained its broadcast callsign as WGAA.[2]

Personnel[edit]

  • President/morning drive: Frank Burgess, Jr.
  • Station Manager/News Director: Andrew Carter
  • Sales Manager: Steve Baldwin
  • Office Manager: Donna Hibbets

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