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WMGI 100.7mix-fm logo.jpg
Broadcast area Terre Haute, Indiana
Branding 100.7 Mix FM
Slogan All The Hits
Frequency 100.7 (MHz)
Format contemporary hit radio
ERP 50,000 watts
HAAT 149 meters
Class B
Facility ID 6828
Owner Duey E. Wright
(Midwest Communications, Inc.)
Website mymixfm.com

WMGI, "100.7 Mix FM " is an FM radio station owned by Midwest Communications, Inc. in Terre Haute, Indiana. The station operates on the FM radio frequency of 100.7 MHz, FM channel 264.[1] The studios are located at 824 South 3rd Street in Terre Haute.


On December 31, 1994, WMGI dropped soft adult contemporary for country music as "Highway 101", but listeners reacted negatively to what turned out to be a stunt. WMGI then switched to Top 40 as "100.7 Mix FM", with Beau Richards as program director and morning co-host; the first song was "What Is Love" by Haddaway. Ratings doubled and WMGI was second to WTHI-FM. In fact, WMGI had over 70 percent of teenagers. Tom Watson consulted the change. WMGI was the first station to have Kato Kaelin as a guest, on April Fool's Day, at a time when he was still testifying in the O.J. Simpson trial.[2]


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  2. ^ Carter, Kevin (September 9, 1995). "Top 40 Boomerangs Back To Terre Haute On WMGI". Billboard. 107 (38): 118. 

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Coordinates: 39°27′22″N 87°28′52″W / 39.456°N 87.481°W / 39.456; -87.481