You have a blast listening to music, while working, working out, and driving in your car. Sometimes though, you have troubles finding a music station that fits you. Sometimes your favorite station changes and what used to be a couple of minutes of commercials once an hour has become a couple of minutes of music once an hour! Or maybe you are new to Athens, GA, just visiting the area, or possibly just need a change. You have come to the right place.
Here we have all of the top Athens, GA music stations in one place, you are sure to find one that meets your tastes. Try out all of the Athens, GA stations and then give us your opinion on the best, worst, and any we don’t have on the list that should be. Whether you are in Athens, GA for a visit or have lived here for years, we want to hear your opinion.
We have catered our list of Athens, GA stations to the local opinions we have received so don’t stop sending them in. Music is an important part of our lives, in Athens, GA, and anywhere else. Music stations are also a personal thing. What is music to you? Is it what gets you through your daily commute in Athens, GA? Is it what you jam to in the shower? Is it what calms and centers you at work?
WUGA (91.7 FM) is the Georgia Public Broadcasting public radio station serving Athens and much of the northeast part of Georgia. It is a member of Georgia Public Broadcasting's radio network, but is operated by the University of Georgia, with studios located at the Center for Continuing Education on the UGA campus. The transmitter is located east-southeast of Athens. The station's programming consists of classical music, news and public affairs, jazz, drama, comedy and folk music from GPB Radio, as well as locally produced content.
WRFC (960 AM) is a sports radio station licensed to Athens, Georgia, USA. The format was easy listening until the late 1960s, when it changed to a light rock format. WRFC operated for many years at 5,000 watts non-directional daytime and 500 watts directional nighttime using a three-tower array northeast of Athens, broadcasting from an impressive mansion in downtown Athen
WNGC (106.1 FM, "North Georgia Country 106.1") is a radio station in North Georgia that plays country music. Its city of license is Arcade, Georgia with studios in Athens. On May 1, 1948, the radio station signed on as WGAU-FM, broadcasting on 99.5 at 3600 watts, simulcasting sister station WGAU-AM. In 1956, the station moved to 102.5 because when Atlanta's channel 11 came on the air, it created a second "harmonic" interference.
WGMG (102.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Adult Contemporary format. Licensed to Crawford, Georgia, USA with studios in Athens, Georgia. The station is owned by Cox Radio, Inc. Notable weekday programming includes the Magic Morning Show with Allen and Beth, Magic Middays with Cheri Drake, Kris Harris, and Debra Mitchell evenings. Notable weekend programming includes Deborah Mitchell and Zack Stephens plus Backtrax USA with Kid Kelley.
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WMOQ (92.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Classic Country format. Licensed to Bostwick, Georgia, USA. The station is currently owned by Bostwick Broadcasting Group, Inc. and features programing from ABC Radio
WCON-FM (99.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Country music format. Licensed to Cornelia, Georgia, USA. The station is currently owned by Habersham Broadcasting Co. and features programing from ABC Radio . WCON-FM is also the home for broadcasts of the Atlanta Braves. WCON also carries Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football.
WIMO (1300 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Talk/Personality, local High School sports and music formats. Licensed to Winder, Georgia, USA. WIMO broadcast Winder-Barrow and Apalachee High Schools and College Football and High School Basketball, Soccer, Softball and Baseball throughout the seasons.
WMSL (88.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an Inspirational Christian Music format. Licensed to Athens, Georgia, USA. The station is currently owned by Prince Educational Media, Inc. The station was assigned the call letters WPBS on 1987-04-01. On 1987-09-15, the station changed its call sign to the current WMSL.