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City of license Jesup, Georgia
Slogan Big Dog Country, Run With the Big Dog or Stay on the Porch
Frequency 105.5 MHz
Format Country; Local News, Sports; True Oldies Weekends
ERP 25,000 watts
HAAT 94.0 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 31096
Transmitter coordinates

31°36′6.00″N 81°56′0.00″W / 31.6016667°N 81.9333333°W / 31.6016667; -81.9333333

Callsign meaning Information Radio
Former callsigns WLOP-FM
Affiliations Atlanta Braves, Georgia Tech, Georgia Southern University, Wayne County High School, The True Oldies Channel (Citadel Radio)
Owner Jesup Broadcasting Corp.
Sister stations WLOP

WIFO-FM (105.5 FM) is Jesup's FM heritage station, broadcasting a wide variety of programming, including mornings with Butch Hubbard, Local News with Bob Morgan, Local Sports; The only FM Atlanta Braves affiliate for Baxley, Hinesville, Jesup, Waycross, Brunswick, and Camden County; Since 1971 the oldest continuous FM Braves Affiliate. WIFO also covers professional and college sports, as well as country music and the True Oldies Channel weekends.[1] Licensed to Jesup, Georgia, USA; The station is currently owned by Jesup Broadcasting Corp.[2]

A fire December 7, 2005,[3] destroyed the original studios. New permanent facilities located at the original site went online June 24, 2006. Since then, sister station WLOP has noticed a resurgence in listeners, due in part to Fox Sports Radio, and the addition of relevant local sports programming 24/7, including WCHS Softball on WLOP.


External links

  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WIFO
  • Radio-Locator information on WIFO
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WIFO

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