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City Hemingway, South Carolina
Broadcast area Myrtle Beach
Branding 90.9 FM WLGI
Slogan Radio Baha'i
Frequency 90.9 MHz
Format Variety
ERP 50,000 watts
HAAT 154.0 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 38505
Transmitter coordinates 33°43′9.00″N 79°19′50.00″W / 33.7191667°N 79.3305556°W / 33.7191667; -79.3305556
Former callsigns WBHA (1983-1983)
Owner Regional Baha'i Council of the Southern States
Website http://wlgi.org/

WLGI, known as "Radio Bahá'í", is licensed to Hemingway, South Carolina, and broadcasts at 90.9 FM. The station broadcasts a variety of programming, both religious and secular, targeting mostly African-Americans.[citation needed] It is a college radio station, licensed by the FCC for noncommercial Class C operation, and operated by the Louis G. Gregory Bahá'í Institute,[1] named after Hand of the Cause Louis George Gregory, a prominent African-American Bahá'í.

See The Bahá'í Faith in South Carolina.


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