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For the Macon, Georgia radio station that held the call sign WBML at 900 AM from 1957 to 2015, see WYPZ (AM).
City Warner Robins, Georgia
Broadcast area Macon area
Branding Praise 95.5
Slogan Middle Georgia's New Inspiration Station
Frequency 1350 kHz
Translator(s) 95.5 W238CG (Warner Robins)
First air date 1954 (as WRPB)
Format Black Gospel
Power 15,000 watts day
500 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 67210
Transmitter coordinates 32°37′0.00″N 83°39′0.00″W / 32.6166667°N 83.6500000°W / 32.6166667; -83.6500000
Former callsigns WRPB (1954-?)
WAVC (?-1982)
WCOP (1982-2001)
WNNG (2001-2010)
WRWR (2010-2015)
WYPZ (2015)
Owner Christopher Murray
Sister stations WMUB-LD TV 38, WRWR 107.5, WNNG-FM 99.9

WBML AM 1350 is a radio station broadcasting a black gospel format from 5 am till midnight weekdays. On the weekend, the station broadcasts local high school sports, NCAA and NFL football games together with programming from Yahoo Sports Radio. Having Warner Robins, Georgia, USA as its city of license, the station serves the Macon metropolitan area. The station is owned by Christopher Murray, through licensee WRWR-AM Radio LLC, and features programming from America's Radio News Network with local news, sports, and weather from sister station WRWR-TV 38.[1][2]


The station signed on October 13, 1954 as WRPB, signifying Warner Robins, Perry and Byron. Other call letters included WAVC, WCOP and WNNG. The station covers local news and high school sports of Warner Robins and Houston County, Georgia. Georgia Eagle Broadcasting purchased the station in January 2007. The station is also known for its local news coverage and website, www.wrwr.com. Sister stations include WQXZ 103.9 FM, WRWR 107.5 FM, WDXQ 1440 AM and W244CL 96.7 FM, WCEH 610 AM, WNNG-FM 99.9 FM and WSSY 98.3 FM. The station is co-located with the co-owned television station, WMUB-LD, the first television station licensed to, and operated from studios in Warner Robins.

Prior to the current format, WRWR simulcasted WRWR-FM's news/talk format and had been WNNG, "Wing 1350", a satellite-fed adult standards station broadcasting ABC Radio's Timeless format (the station had used ABC's now-defunct "Unforgettable Favorites"/"Memories" network which was merged with "Timeless Classics" to create the current "Timeless Favorites", and before that, Westwood One's America's Best Music).

On February 19, 2015, WRWR changed its format from urban AC to black gospel, branded as "Praise 95.5" under new WYPZ calls.[3] The station changed its call sign on October 5, 2015 to the current WBML.


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