WGUY

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This article is about the radio station licensed to Veazie, Maine. For the radio station that used the call letters until 2009, see WKVZ. For the radio station used the call letters from 1987 to 1989, see WHMX. For the radio station that used the call letters between 1979 to 1987, see WKIT-FM.
WGUY
WRMO FM Logo.png
City Veazie, Maine
Broadcast area Bangor, Maine
Branding 93.7 The Wave
Slogan Refreshing and Relaxing
Frequency 1230 kHz
Translator(s) 94.1 W231CH (Bangor)
First air date November 2011 (2011-11)
Format Soft Adult Contemporary (WRMO simulcast)
Power 1,000 watts day
640 watts night
Class C
Facility ID 160767
Transmitter coordinates 44°50′50″N 68°40′48″W / 44.84722°N 68.68000°W / 44.84722; -68.68000Coordinates: 44°50′50″N 68°40′48″W / 44.84722°N 68.68000°W / 44.84722; -68.68000
Owner Charles Begin
(Pine Tree Broadcasting, LLC)
Sister stations WNZS, WRMO, WWNZ
Webcast Listen Live
Website 937thewave.com

WGUY (1230 AM) is a radio station licensed to Veazie, Maine, USA. The station is currently owned by Charles Begin, through licensee Pine Tree Broadcasting, LLC.[1] The station signed on in November 2011 as a simulcast of co-owned WNZS. In May 2012 WGUY broke away from the WNZS simulcast, began simulcasting on 94.1 FM and broadcasting an oldies format. WGUY is also one of the flagship stations of the Black Bear Sports Network, carrying University of Maine basketball, baseball, and softball. In the event of a conflict between the Maine Black Bears' men's and women's basketball teams, the women's game is relocated to co-owned WNZS or WWNZ.[2]

On December 30, 2015, WGUY changed their format from oldies to a simulcast of soft adult contemporary-formatted WRMO 93.7 FM.[3]

Broadcast translators of WGUY
Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Class FCC info
W231CH 94.1 Bangor, Maine 250 D FCC

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "WGUY Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2009-08-25. 
  2. ^ Mahoney, Larry (August 21, 2013). "Rural radio stations excited about UMaine sports broadcasting arrangement". Bangor Daily News. Retrieved August 22, 2013. 
  3. ^ Wave Expands to Bangor

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