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City of license Dunedin, Florida
Broadcast area Tampa Bay area
Branding Noti America 1470 AM
Frequency 1470 kHz
Format Spanish Talk
Power 5,000 watts (day)
500 watts (night)
Class B
Facility ID 67135
Transmitter coordinates 28°03′23″N 82°44′13″W / 28.05639°N 82.73694°W / 28.05639; -82.73694
Callsign meaning W MeGGa (former branding)
Former callsigns WFNN (?-1984)
WVTY (1984-1986)
WLVU (1986-1998)
WTBL (1998-2000)
WLVU (2000-2005)
WHBO (2005-2009)
WWBA (2/2-10/2009)
Affiliations CNN Radio
Owner Genesis Communications
(Genesis Communications of Tampa Bay, Inc.)
Sister stations WHBO, WWBA
Webcast Listen Live
Website Noti America 1470 AM

WMGG (1470 AM, "Noti America 1470 AM ") is a talk radio station in the Tampa Bay area of Florida.[1] WHBO was licensed to serve the community of Dunedin, Florida, and is owned by Genesis Communications. WMGG recently switched its transmitter facilities to Egypt Lake, FL, a suburb of Tampa, and no longer identifies Dunedin as its target service area.

Prior to June 5, 2009, WMGG was an oldies/adult standards music station branded as "Mega 1470". Prior to December 29, 2008, WMGG was an all-sports station as an ESPN Radio affiliate. [2] In the late 1960s and 1970s, the station played Top-40/rock "gold" as WCWR.

As a result of Genesis Communications' announced purchase of WMGG,[3] where the news/talk format of WWBA now airs at 820 AM, WHBO's sports format moved to WWBA's former frequency, 1040 AM, in October 2008, and simulcasted on 1470 in the short-term. The WHBO calls moved to 1040, with 1470 receiving new calls, WMGG.[4]

In 2011, WMGG switched to news/talk, picking up programs formerly on sister station WWBA, which has since changed an all-news format. WMGG currently has a Spanish-music format.


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