1270 Columbus GA

FCC Report 2/26: KABC Seeks Higher Night Power

Cumulus Talk 790 KABC Los Angeles is applying to modify its facilities at its future tower sites as its current one is soon to be demolished.

Boomer And Country Legends Swap Spots In Columbus GA

PMB Broadcasting is swapping frequencies for two of its Columbus GA stations. Classic Hits “Boomer 95.3” WRLD Valley AL and Classic Country “102.5 Kissin’ Country Legends” 1270 WBOJ/102.5 W273CW Columbus exchanged frequency locations on Friday morning. The move places the Classic Country format on the Class C3 rimshot and Classic Hits on the in-town AM/Translator combo. The “Kissin’ Country Legends” format debuted in April of this year as a brand extension of Country “Kissin’ 99.3” WKCN Fort Benning South.

More Kissin’ For Columbus GA

PMB Broadcasting has joined the ranks of operators launching a Classic Country brand extension for their Country stations. PMB flipped “Fox Sports 1270” WBOJ Columbus GA to Classic Country “Kissin’ Country Legends” with the addition of 102.5 W273CW Columbus. The translator was moved in from Dawson GA via an AM Translator Revitalization Waiver and is operating with 250w/226m. “Kissin’ Country Legends” launches as a brand extension of Country “Kissin’ 99.3” WKCN Fort Benning South and is positioning as “Legends Done Right”.

Columbus, GA Stations On The Move

The vacated 88.5 WCUG Lumpkin has been taken over by Columbus State University as “Cougar Radio 88.5“. The new student-run station will fully-ramp up programming once the fall semester starts as well as adding news and sports programming. Columbus State University went live today with its first radio station, thanks to a local contribution. Just after midnight, 88.5 WCUG-FM Cougar Radio signed on and inaugurated a new era in student broadcasting opportunities for CSU. Housed in CSU’s Department of Communication on the RiverPark campus and operated by students under the direction of department faculty and staff, WCUG-FM enables university faculty and students to produce and broadcast original content over the 22,000-watt station, 24 hours a day. In addition to original content, ...[Read More]