WGYY

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WGYY
Froggy logo.svg
City Meadville, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Meadville, Pennsylvania
Erie, Pennsylvania
Franklin, Pennsylvania
Northeastern Ohio
Branding Froggy 100.3 and 98.5
Slogan "The Best and Most Country"
Frequency 100.3 (MHz)
Format Country
Callsign meaning FrogGY
Owner Forever Broadcasting, LLC
Website http://www.froggyfun.com
WGYI
City Oil City, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Oil City, Pennsylvania
Branding Froggy 100.3 and 98.5
Slogan "The Best and Most Country"
Frequency 98.5 (MHz)
Format Country
Callsign meaning FrogGY
Owner Forever Broadcasting, LLC
Website http://www.froggyfun.com

WGYY/WGYI, branded as Froggy 100.3 and 98.5, are country music formatted radio stations in Crawford County, Pennsylvania. Both stations simulcast the same programming. They share a market with Froggy 95 in Grove City, Pennsylvania, but the station is unaffiliated.

Personalities[edit]

Current on-air personalities include Danger Frog (mornings), Toadie Foster (middays and weekends), Tadpole (afternoons), Lia (evenings), and Bob Kingsley (weekends) Froggy once boasted a large live and local staff of on air personalities, but many shifts have gone syndicated or voicetracked. However, the station still provides much more live and local content than sister stations Wuzz and Majic, which are almost entirely automated.

Froggy still is live and local from 6am-7pm and select weekend shifts. By contrast, Majic is only live and local 4 hours per day and not at all on weekends.

Syndication[edit]

Froggy is the Northwest PA affiliate for Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40, Powered by Country with Fitz, and Rick Jackson's Country Hall of Fame.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 41°37′52″N 80°10′37″W / 41.631°N 80.177°W / 41.631; -80.177