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Coordinates: 40°20′32.00″N 80°37′14.00″W / 40.3422222°N 80.6205556°W / 40.3422222; -80.6205556

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City Burgettstown, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Pittsburgh, PA (Allegheny & Washington County, PA)
Steubenville-Weirton, OH-WV (Jefferson County, OH, Brooke & Hancock County, WV)
Branding Froggy 103
Frequency 103.5 MHz
Format Country music
ERP 19,500 watts
HAAT 247 meters
Class B
Facility ID 65408
Transmitter coordinates 40°20′33.00″N 80°37′14.00″W / 40.3425000°N 80.6205556°W / 40.3425000; -80.6205556
Callsign meaning W (Fr)OG H
Former callsigns WSTV-FM, WRKY, WOGE
Owner FM Radio Licenses, LLC
Sister stations WOGI - Moon Township, Pennsylvania
WSTV - Steubenville, Ohio
Webcast Listen Live
Website froggyland.com

WOGH (103.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Froggy branded Country music format. Licensed to Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, USA, the station serves the Pittsburgh metropolitan area.

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The station is a member of the Froggy network circling the Pittsburgh Media Market. Sister "Froggyland" stations include the flagship WOGI - Froggy 104.3 and WOGG - Froggy 94.9. WOGH has an application to move its tower location from Jefferson County, Ohio to an area near Imperial, Pennsylvania, thus giving it complete coverage within the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. The station is currently owned by FM Radio Licenses, LLC.[1][2][3]


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