WAZX-FM

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WAZX-FM
Frequency101.9 MHz
BrandingLa Que Buena 101.9 y 87.7
Programming
FormatRegional Mexican
Ownership
OwnerWAZX-FM, Inc.
History
First air date
1989
Former call signs
WCGX, WGZM
Technical information
Facility ID71198
ClassA
ERP350 watts
HAAT409.7 meters (1,344 ft)
Transmitter coordinates
34°33′49″N 83°38′26″W / 34.56361°N 83.64056°W / 34.56361; -83.64056
Links
WebsiteLaQueBuenaAtlanta.com

WAZX-FM (101.9 MHz) is a commercial FM radio station broadcasting a Regional Mexican radio format. It is licensed to Cleveland, Georgia. WAZX-FM is owned by WAZX-FM, Inc. The studios and offices are on Venture Drive in Duluth, Georgia. The transmitter is off Clermont Georgia in Clermont, Georgia.[1]

History

In the late 1980s, Terry Barnhardt of Gainesville, Georgia, secured a Federal Communications Commission construction permit to build an FM radio station northwest of Atlanta.[2] The FCC gave the proposed station the call sign WGGA-FM.

The station first signed on the air in 1989, as WCGX. In 1991, it was bought by Advantage Media for $1.18 million.[3] It later had the call letters WCOC.

In 2001, the station's call letters changed again, this time to WAZX-FM. It was acquired by a firm calling itself WAZX-FM, Inc. The price of the station had dropped since the previous sale. The new owners paid $60,000.[4]

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