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Broadcast areaAtlanta metropolitan area
Frequency1430 kHz
Branding105.5 The King
FormatUrban and Inspirational
  • Danny Wilson
  • (Light Media Holdings, Inc.)
First air date
December 6, 1946 (as WMOC at 1490)
Former call signs
WMOC (1946-1953)
WGFS (1953-2019)
Former frequencies
1490 kHz (1946-1954)
Technical information
Facility ID54551
Power3,900 watts daytime
212 watts nighttime
Transmitter coordinates
33°37′23″N 84°53′05″W / 33.62306°N 84.88472°W / 33.62306; -84.88472Coordinates: 33°37′23″N 84°53′05″W / 33.62306°N 84.88472°W / 33.62306; -84.88472
Translator(s)105.5 W288DX (Covington)
WebcastListen Live

WYKG (1430 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station licensed to the suburb of Covington, Georgia. The station serves the Atlanta metropolitan area and is currently owned by Danny Wilson, through licensee Light Media Holdings, Inc.

WYKG currently broadcasts with 3,900 watts of power during the daytime. But it drops to 212 watts at night, to avoid interfering with other stations on AM 1430. It uses a non-directional antenna at all times. Programming is also heard on FM translator station W288DX at 105.5 MHz, also in Covington.

The radio station is considered a Class B AM station by the Federal Communications Commission. On June 20, 2019, the WGFS call sign which had been in place since 1954 was changed to WYKG.


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