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|Broadcast area||Northeastern Pennsylvania|
|Slogan||Today's Best Country|
|Frequency||101.3 MHz (also on HD Radio)|
|Repeater(s)||See § Simulcasts and repeaters|
|First air date||1948 (as WGBI-FM)|
|ERP||7,000 watts (analog)
280 watts (digital)
|HAAT||365 meters (1,198 ft)|
|Callsign meaning||W FroGGY|
|Former callsigns||WGBI-FM (1948-1993)|
(Entercom Wilkes-Barre Scranton, LLC)
|Sister stations||WKRZ, WILK, WILK-FM, WKZN, WBZU, WMQX|
References in The Office
The Froggy 69 bumper sticker can be seen in the opening credits of the NBC Series The Office. The Froggy 101 bumper sticker can also be seen in Season 8 Episode 3 on the forklift that Dwight crashes into a wall of the warehouse, and in Season 4 Episode 4 when Michael goes to work night shifts at a call center. It is also visible in Season 8 Episode 2 at the tattoo parlor. Froggy 101 can also be seen on the divider between Angela and Pam's desk, the wall against which is the copier machine, in Season 5 episode 5. It is also visible in many episodes on a dividing wall in Dwight's workspace. This version of the logo was designed at Keuka Printing by David Spengler. The current Froggy 101 logo was designed at Solid Cactus by Joe Angrisano.
Simulcasts and repeaters
On September 26, 2017, Entercom announced a divestment of three stations (KSOQ-FM, WGGI, and KSWD) to the Educational Media Foundation as part of its merger with CBS Radio to comply with FCC ownership rules in the Wilkes Barre market; the FCC approved the sale of all three stations on November 2nd. The announcement stated that upon the closing of the acquisition, new owner Educational Media Foundation (EMF) would flip WGGI 95.9 to its K-LOVE network which airs Christian Contemporary Music but parent station WGGY would remain unchanged. EMF changed WGGI's call letters to WKBP on November 16th.
|Call sign||Frequency||City of license||Facility ID||ERP
|Class||Transmitter coordinates||First air date||Call sign meaning||Former call signs|
|WGGY-FM1||101.3 FM||Honesdale, Pennsylvania||91317||50||7 m (23 ft)||D||NAD27)(|
|WGGY-FM2||101.3 FM||East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania||190777||2||254 m (833 ft)||D||NAD27)(|
- "FCC 335-FM Digital Notification [WGGY]". fcc.gov. Federal Communications Commission. July 20, 2012. Retrieved March 6, 2017.
- Marchese, John (October 21, 2007). "Scranton Embraces the 'Office' Infamy". The New York Times. Retrieved October 4, 2017.
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- "FM Query Results for WGGY-FM1". fcc.gov. Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved March 6, 2017.
- "FM Query Results for WGGY-FM2". fcc.gov. Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved March 16, 2017.
- "Entercom Announces Agreement To Divest Stations In Los Angeles, San Diego & Wilkes-Barre To Educational Media Foundation | FMQB". fmqb.name. Retrieved 2017-09-28.
- Trakin, Roy (2017-09-26). "Entercom Sells Three Stations as CBS Radio Merger Nears Completion". Variety. Retrieved 2017-09-28.
- "Media Bureau Call Sign Actions" (PDF). Federal Communications Commission. November 15, 2017. Retrieved November 15, 2017.