|Broadcast area||Jackson, Tennessee|
|HAAT||208 meters (682 ft)|
|Owner||Forever South Licenses,LLC.|
WOGY, known as "Froggy 104", is an American FM radio station licensed to Jackson, Tennessee, and owned by Forever South Licenses, LLC. As of October, 2007, the programming format is country music. The station is a 100,000 watt radio station that reaches as far north as Kentucky and even covers the eastern suburbs of Memphis.
104.1 MHz Jackson
The callsign WOGY once belonged to a radio station in Memphis, Tennessee at the 94.1 MHz frequency known as "Froggy 94". The station was owned by Sinclair Radio Group, LLC. which ran the format in Memphis from March 1993 to January 2001 until Entercom Communications bought the station and flipped the format. The station is now WLFP and is still owned by Entercom Communications.
WOGY was then owned, but never used, by a northwestern Tennessee Radio Group. When that group relinquished control of the callsign, Forever South then gained control and changed the WJGY callsign to its current state.
104 became 'Froggy 104' on August 1, 2006. Mornings feature Tad Pole, mid-days are hosted by Al Gee, afternoons with Cricket and "The Big Time with Whitney Allen" round out the weekday's. Kix Brooks and American Country Countdown, Whitney Allen, and special local programming like Sunday Morning in the South are featured on the weekends.
- Query the FCC's FM station database for WOGY
- Radio-Locator information on WOGY
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WOGY
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