WAOS

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WAOS
WAOS LaMejorAtlanta logo.png
City Austell, Georgia
Broadcast area Atlanta metropolitan area
Branding La Mejor
Slogan Number 1 En Música Mexicana
Frequency 1600 kHz (analog)
Repeater(s) 1130 kHz (WLBA)
First air date June 24, 1968
Format Regional Mexican
Power 30,000 Watts daytime
67 Watts nighttime
Class D
Transmitter coordinates 33°48′35″N 84°39′25″W / 33.809859°N 84.657002°W / 33.809859; -84.657002
Former callsigns WAOS (1968-1983)
WCKZ (1983-1986)
Owner La Favorita, Inc.
Sister stations WXEM (AM), WLBA (AM)
Website La Mejor Atlanta Website

WAOS, "La Mejor", is a Spanish language, Regional Mexican talk radio, AM radio broadcaster licensed to the city Austell, Georgia in the Atlanta, Georgia radio market. The station is licensed to operate at a frequency of 1600 kHz. WAOS is considered a Class D AM broadcast facility by the Federal Communications Commission operating with 20,000 Watts of power during the daytime, and 67 Watts during nighttime both from a non-directional antenna.

This station is simulcast on WLBA in Gainesville, Georgia, which broadcasts on a frequency of 1130 kHz.

WXEM in Buford, Georgia also simulcasts this programming.

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