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City Thomasville, Georgia
Broadcast area Tallahassee area
Slogan "All Gospel All Day"
Frequency 730 kHz
First air date 1947
Format Gospel
Power 5,000 watts day
27 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 39735
Transmitter coordinates 30°42′47.00″N 84°8′20.00″W / 30.7130556°N 84.1388889°W / 30.7130556; -84.1388889
Former callsigns WKTG, WLOR, WSNI
Owner Southern Gulf Broadcasting, Inc.
(Marion R. Williams)

WSTT (730 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Gospel music format. Licensed to Thomasville, Georgia, USA, the station is currently owned by Southern Gulf Broadcasting.[1]


This station first went on the air in 1947 as WKTG. Later (1963), owner Norris Mills sold the station to Triple C Broadcasting (Mrs. Lem Clarke-Dink Collins-Jay Clarke) and the new owners changed the call letters to WLOR ("Wonderful Land of Roses,") broadcasting a block format of Easy listening, gospel, country and Pop. After several ownership changes, the station changed formats and became WSTT. The station was WSNI briefly from February 15, 1991 to April 22, 1991.[2]


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