WGAY (internet radio)
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The internet station features live programs with conversation, unusual music, and comedy, on Friday evenings from 9:00 PM to 1:00 AM Eastern. Having first signed on as WGAY in February 2006, it evolved from a Washington, DC Part 15 (low-power) broadcast and internet radio station founded in 1991. During the week, it broadcasts an eclectic music format that features popular music from the 1950s through the present day. Weekdays at 11 AM Eastern, archived broadcasts of WGTB from the 1970s are aired. WGTB was a legendary and controversial student-run station at Georgetown University. Ultimately the Jesuit school shut the station down because of the radical programming it carried. Weekdays at 2 PM Eastern are reserved for a vintage (late 1970s - early 1980s) program from WUVT titled Ozone Hours.