WKLY

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WKLY
WKLY logo.jpg
City Hartwell, Georgia
Slogan Real Country AM 980
Frequency 980 kHz
Format Country music
Power 1,000 watts day
149 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 30043
Transmitter coordinates 34°21′28.00″N 82°58′35.00″W / 34.3577778°N 82.9763889°W / 34.3577778; -82.9763889
Affiliations ABC Radio , CNN Radio, Westwood One
Owner Bryan and Bruce Hicks
(Bryan Hicks & Bruce Hicks, Partners dba WKLY Broadcasting Company)
Website wklyradio.com

WKLY (980 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a country music format. It is licensed to Hartwell, Georgia, USA. The station is owned by Bryan and Bruce Hicks and features programming from ABC Radio, CNN Radio and Westwood One.[1] It is the home of Hart County High School Sports and University of Georgia sports. Some of the morning show programming includes, household hints, sports wrap show as well as the Swap Shop. WKLY also airs the Singing News Radio. As well as an all gospel Sunday featuring southern gospel. The morning show anchor is Mike Adkins, he has been with the station for more than 20 years. Other personalities include Bruce Hicks (midday) Colby Jones (All Gospel Sunday) and Ray Stowers.

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

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