WOCE (FM)

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WOCE
City of license Ringgold, Georgia
Broadcast area Chattanooga metro (southeast)
Branding Radio Que Buena
Frequency 101.9 MHz
First air date 1989
Format Spanish
ERP 1,300 watts
HAAT 214 m (702 ft)
Class A
Facility ID 4059
Transmitter coordinates 34°58′11″N 85°05′10″W / 34.96972°N 85.08611°W / 34.96972; -85.08611
Former callsigns WSGC-FM (1993-2003)
WTUN (2003-2006)
Owner Whitfield Communications
(East Tennessee Radio Group III, L.P.)
Sister stations WYYU FM 104.5, WBLJ AM 1230
Website quebuena1019.com

WOCE FM 101.9 ("Radio Que Buena", literally "Radio How Good") is a radio station serving the Chattanooga metropolitan area radio market, and having the suburb of Ringgold, Georgia as its city of license.

It serves Chattanooga and most of Cleveland, Tennessee as well as Dalton, Georgia, in southeast Tennessee and northwest Georgia. The station transmits from just south of the state line on the large ridge known as White Oak Mountain, north-northeast of Ringgold and south-southeast of East Brainerd.

History[edit]

WSGC-FM was an oldies station known as "Majic" that signed on March 1, 1989 by longtime Chattanooga TN radio disc jockey Tommy Jett. It was Chattanooga's first FM oldies station. It was later owned by Clear Channel Communications.[1]

Later, as WTUN, the station played classic country music. Clear Channel[2] agreed to sell the station to Whitfield Communications in January, 2006. On January 1, 2006, Classic Country "The Legend" moved to WNGA 97.3/99.3 and WTUN then started simulcasting with WNOO. After a few months of simulcasting with WNOO, WTUN 101.9 then changed its broadcast callsign to WOCE and is now a Spanish-language broadcaster.

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