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City Clarksburg, West Virginia
Broadcast area Clarksburg, West Virginia
Harrison County, West Virginia
Branding "Froggy Country"
Slogan "Genuine Country Fun"
Frequency 92.7 MHz
First air date 1975
Format Country
ERP 620 watts
HAAT 204 meters (669 ft)
Class A
Facility ID 67103
Transmitter coordinates 39°17′27.0″N 80°18′56.0″W / 39.290833°N 80.315556°W / 39.290833; -80.315556
Callsign meaning play on "Froggy"
Owner Burbach Broadcasting Company
(Burbach of DE, LLC)
Sister stations WGYE, WOBG, WOBG-FM, WXKX
Webcast WGIE Webstream
Website WGIE Online

WGIE (92.7 FM) is a Country music formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Clarksburg, West Virginia, serving Clarksburg and Harrison County, West Virginia. WGIE is owned and operated by Burbach Broadcasting Company.


WGIE was formerly known as WVHF,which went by the name "V93" in the late 80's and early 90's,during which time it was a rock station. Prior to that time,it was known as WVHF "Stereo 93",which had an adult contemporary format. The station was assigned the WGIE call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on September 27, 2002.[1] WGIE joined the Froggy Country Network in September 2002. The Froggy Country Network now covers 11 counties in Northern West Virginia.


  1. ^ "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 

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