WRWR (FM)

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WRWR
City Cochran, Georgia
Broadcast area Macon/Warner Robins
Branding Kiss 105.1 & 107.5
Slogan Middle Georgia's New R&B Station
Frequency 107.5 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Translator(s) 105.1 W286CE (Fort Valley)
First air date 1968
Format Urban AC
HD2: Sports (WXKO simulcast)
ERP 4,000 watts
HAAT 122.3 meters
Class A
Facility ID 26626
Transmitter coordinates 32°24′43.00″N 83°21′42.00″W / 32.4119444°N 83.3616667°W / 32.4119444; -83.3616667
Callsign meaning Warner Robins (WR times two)
Former callsigns WVMG-FM (?-2005)
WDXQ-FM (2005-2009)
WRWR-FM (2009-2013)
WYPZ (2013-2015)
Owner Christopher Murray
(Praise 107.5 FM Radio LLC)
Sister stations WMUB-LD TV 38, WBML AM 1350, WNNG-FM ESPN 99.9, WQXZ-FM Qwixie 103.9

WRWR (107.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an urban adult contemporary format. The station is currently owned by Christopher Murray, through licensee Praise 107.5 FM Radio LLC, and operates from studios in Macon, Georgia.[1]

History[edit]

The station signed on in January 2010, owned by Georgia Eagle Media, under the moniker "The Warner Robins Patriot". Local high school sports including football, basketball, and baseball are featured on this station. It is also affiliated with the co-owned internet newspaper, warnerrobinspatriot.com, which is the hometown Internet news source for Warner Robins and Houston County, Georgia. It was later sold to Christopher Murray and its studio was relocated to Macon where it shares studios with WFXM-FM.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WRWR Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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