WGUR

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WGUR
CityMilledgeville, Georgia
Broadcast areaBaldwin County, Georgia
SloganThe Noise
Frequency95.3 MHz
First air dateSeptember 22, 1975
FormatCollege/variety
ERP85 watts
HAAT12.0 meters (39.4 ft)
ClassD
Facility ID23907
Transmitter coordinates33°4′44.00″N 83°13′55.00″W / 33.0788889°N 83.2319444°W / 33.0788889; -83.2319444
Callsign meaningGeorgia University Radio
Former callsignsWXGC (until 1997)
Former frequencies91.9, 88.9
OwnerGeorgia College & State University
Sister stationsWRGC-FM
WebcastStreaming via Live365
WebsiteGCSURadio.com

WGUR (95.3 FM) is a college radio station broadcasting a variety format. Licensed to Milledgeville, Georgia, United States, the station is owned by Georgia College & State University.[1]

On March 30, 2012, WGUR vacated the 88.9 FM frequency and moved up the dial to 95.3 FM.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WGUR Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.

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